Systemic Yeast 
Infection Symptoms

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Systemic yeast infection, as opposed to local yeast infection, means the infection has spread to other areas of the body, or the same exposure to a fungi has affected multiple areas of the body. Although some of these areas affected may cause mild symptoms, infection of some other areas could be much more dangerous, even life threatening. The presence of fungi can release hundreds of different strands of mycotoxins into the body. If this gets into the bloodstream, it can literally reach all the different areas of your body. For different people, this will have different effects. One person suffering from yeast infection could experience a mild outbreak of acne on the face, whereas someone else exposed to the same mycotoxins may develop a heart problem. It all depends on your immune system - some will have stronger immunity compared to others, which is why the toxins may be gotten rid of quickly.

The most common strand of fungi that causes systemic yeast infection is the Candida Albicans strand.

The Systemic Candida Infection Symptoms
Because of the huge range of problems in the body, that the mycotoxins released by yeast can include, there are literally countless symptoms of systemic candida overgrowth. It can range from anything between a headache, to vaginal yeast infection meaning it's very hard to diagnose. Many of the symptoms are common in illnesses caused by viruses or bacteria which makes treatment incredibly difficult too.

Systemic Candiasis Treatment
If you think you may be suffering from systemic yeast infection, then your best port of call would be to go on a anti candida diet, arming your body with the right anti fungal components to fight off the fungi. If the problem is indeed caused by systemic yeast infection, then being on the diet for a week or two should help clear everything up. You'll find that a lot of your common ailments actually arise from fungal infections in the body.

Common Causes Of Systemic Yeast Infection
Fungal toxins can be spread through air, fluids or even skin contact. Generally though, the yeast outbreak can be nailed down to one or multiple of the following reasons:

Poor diet habits
Heavy metals in your body
It's absolutely normal for everybody to have traces of yeast in their bodies, but it's usually kept to a very low amount due to the large number of bacteria that keep yeast from multiplying too rapidly. If the balance between bacteria and yeast changes, or the environment suddenly alters to favour yeast reproduction, then you'll start to see yeast infection developing.

Antibiotics can cause this imbalance of bacteria and yeast because it actively inhibits and destroys bacteria. While this is good for things like infections, it's terrible in keeping your yeast in check. If you think this may be the cause of your systemic yeast infection, then talk to your doctor about it, and see if you can reduce the dosage of antibiotics you are taking.

Poor diet habits can give the yeast the sugars necessarily to rapidly reproduce. The first thing you'll need to do to get rid of fungi in your body is to limit the amount of sugar going into your system. If you're not running with excess sugar in your system, then there will be much less of it available to the yeast and therefore the growth of the yeast colony will be stunted and eventually reversed. There are many anti fungal foods that are both healthy, and will help actively fight off the infection. These foods include a lot of herbs and spices such as cayenne, basil and cinnamon. Yogurt is great for replenishing the bacteria in your body to help regulate the yeast again. And teas are great for their anti oxidant traits.

Hormone imbalance can have an impact on the acidity levels in certain areas of your body. Yeast reproduce better in environments that are a bit more acidic. While the actual change in pH isn't huge, it is enough to tilt the board in favor of yeast infections and that's where the problems arise from.

Stress is possibly the number one reason for fungal infections being present in your body. High stress levels can result in your immune system being weakened. With a weakened immune system, your body is less competent at dealing with any infections. If left unchecked, then you may be susceptible to worse symptoms and a larger spread of candida in your body, causing complications.

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