Can Candida Cause Gastroparesis
Greetings. New Zealand naturopath, Eric Bakker,author of Candida Crusher. Thanks for checking out my tutorial. I've got a question here froma lady in France whose asking me quot;Can Candida cause gastroparesis?quot; That's an interestingquestion. Who knows what gastroparesis is? It's a condition that's not that uncommonin I believe around three or four percent of people in the US have it. You will oftenfind it in particular with people who tend to be on the large side or obese. It can occurin people that aren't large, but a large population of people with gastroparesis are quite bigpeople. It basically means the inability of the stomach contents to really empty properlyor delay emptying of the gastric contents.
Motility issue.There are different etiologies or causes of gastroparesis. A common thing that occursis a problem with the vagus nerve. One of the biggest parasympathetic nerves we havein the body that can cause a problem with the stomach to really function properly, butobesity in general has many complications that can cause it.Some of the causes of it are diabetes, especially if it's not controlled properly. Gastric surgerywith injury to the vagus nerve. There are various kind of medications that can slowmotility right down. If you're taking some kind of drug and you're finding that you'regetting a lot of up tummy pain or you're burping
or bloating, bowels aren't working properly,there could be a motility issue there, so you need to get checked out by the ,especially if you're taking medication. Of course diseases like Parkinson's Diseaseor Multiple Sclerosis that will affect the nerves in general of the digestive systemand other parts of the body. There are some other rare conditions. There is one calledamyloidosis that is development of the deposition of protein in different parts of the body.These are all rare. But generally, a large percentage as I mentioned are bigger people.Obviously, one of the big things to do is to lose weight if you've got a problem withgastroparesis.
Medications are commonly used. You've gotmild gastroparesis cases. You've got the intermediate phase and then you've got the failure forthe contents to empty. In the mild cases, the will often recommend just generallyweight loss and a diet change. Sometimes they might recommend some enzymes. In the moderatecases, they're going to look at an optokinetic medication often. There are different kindsof drugs they use to help speed the movement through the digestive system. And then inthe severe cases, you could look at endoscopy or IV treatment or surgical interventionsor things like that. What are some of the symptoms of gastroparesis?One of the key ones is heartburn, bad heartburn.
Nausea, 90 percent of people with gastroparesissuffer from nausea and a large percentage have vomiting of food contents. Feeling fullquickly after eating and everything sort of building up in here. It's 92 percent haveabdominal bloating and 40 to 80 percent get abdominal pains. Pains in the gut. Big thingthat occurs, of course, if the stomach is delaying in its ability to release the contents,you can get a problem with food building up. That can cause all sorts of problems.Candida can often come along for the ride. In fact, one study in 1987 found Candida esophagitis.When they did endoscopes on a large group of people, they found a large percentage hadCandida in their throat, deep down with endoscopy.
Did the Candida cause the gastroparesis ordid the paresis cause the Candida? I would say the gastroparesis cause the Candida becauseit's commonly found in diabetics and it commonly is also associated with blood sugar issues.Of course, that can really Candida to thrive. I would certainly see a relationship herewith gastroparesis and Candida. If you've got a gastroparesis condition, besure to lose weight. That's the number one thing. Second thing is make sure you takesome enzymes. Enzymes are going to work really well. Probiotics and enzyme combination worksfantastic with gastroparesis in the mild to moderate cases. The more problem you've got;the more likelihood you're going to need a
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