What Are The Consequences Of A Chronic Yeast Infection When Left Untreated
Hi there, Eric Bakker, naturopath, FAQ. Thisone's from a lady in France, in some small place in France. It looks like a French name. The question here is Eric, what are the consequencesof a longterm chronic yeast infection if left untreated? I may have done a tutorial on this before. I'mnot sure. But the consequences of any condition left untreated are not usually that good.This is going to allow all sorts of disease processes to take place. So if you look at a yeast infection, for example,if left untreated, a yeast infection could
turn out to be a chronic problem, which canlead to all sorts of longterm complications. Just like any infection of the genital tract,it needs prompt attention and it needs a resolution. It's important first to diagnose what you'redealing with, and after what you know what you're dealing with, treat it and get it overand done with. Any condition in the body left to become chronic is asking for a lot of problems. You know, they say that yeast infections areselflimiting, but even the experts can't agree whether a yeast infection of the femalearea is going to lead to infertility or conditions like endometriosis. We don't really know.A lot of people are divided over that. But
in my al experience, I've certainlyseen it be the link between infertility, endometriosis and chronic yeast infections, which are basicallyjust treated time and again, only to resurface. And it's the same with the male. If a maleget a penis yeast infection or a genital condition, it would pay to treat this condition because,again, it could lead to all sorts of complications. And I've certainly seen chronic prostatitislinked with male yeast infections. Intestinal yeast infections can lead to allsorts of complications for the gut. Liver disorders, diabetes, many different conditionscan come about from this. It can be very debilitating and cause you a lot of discomfort, pain andcost you a lot of money down the track in
medical bills and time off work. So it wouldpay for you to treat any chronic condition promptly rather than waiting for it to getout of hand and become very chronic. Yeast infections can often go from the digestivetract into the system itself, into the circulation. There's certainly studies which agree thatthis can take place. I wrote up one of these particular studies in my book of an Americangentleman who swallowed some capsules of Candida albicans and within only a few hours, it couldbe cultured from his bloodstream and produced from the urine. So we know that yeast infectionscan spread from the GI tract into the circulation itself quite rapidly, even under the rightconditions.
So Candida is generally held in strict controlin the body in accordance with the microbial balance which is occurring in the GI tract.But if Candida is given the upper hand through antibiotics or the pill or high stress, highsugar diets, for example, it can go rampant and become quite a severe major conditionwhich certainly needs treatment. So my recommendation for you is if you'vegot a chronic infection is certainly get onto it today rather than tomorrow and do somethingabout it, so it doesn't become a condition which is unmanageable even by the very bestian. Any condition is best treated right now and nipped in the bud before it gets outof hand and becomes chronic.
So I hope that answers the question thereabout the consequences of longterm chronic yeast infections if left untreated.
How To Treat Chronic Candida Yeast Infection
Greetings. It's Eric Bakker, naturopath fromNew Zealand, author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of dietarysupplements. Thanks for checking out my tutorial today.I'm going to do a series of tutorials regarding chronic Candida yeast infection. I did oneyesterday, I think, an FAQ, frequently asked question. How do I know if I have chronicCandida? I've got another question here from a guy in Sydney, Australia. How do I treata chronic Candida yeast infection? Well, let's talk about that today. How you actually caneffectively treat a chronic Candida infection. What are the steps you need to take in orderto nail this thing? Let's go over this now.
First thing I think is important to spellout to you. It's really important for you to look at the holistic picture of your health,your life and health, in general. Many people who come to me for treatment of yeast infection,they basically just want to treat yeast infection. They want to treat the toenail fungus, theywant to treat the vaginal infection, they want to treat the jock itch, or they wantto treat some sort of skin rash they've got. Now that's what they want to treat. They wantto treat one particular thing. Now many practitioners are symptom prescribers. They will just placateto the patient's need and treat that symptom. Medical s are renowned for doing this.You come to a . They will treat the
symptom.I may have mentioned in a previous tutorial. When I was in Australia years ago, I visiteda medical , a friend of me, and there was a sign hanging up quot;Please present withonly one symptom today,quot; which shows you how stupid the medical system is when today theytreat the headache. You come back tomorrow for maybe a period pain. You come back thefollowing day for arthritis or something. As if, nothing is connected in the body. Andthere are still many people who are looking for like natural cures. They're looking forpills for ills. Well, if that's you, get the hell away frommy Candida Crusher channel. I don't really
want you watching my tutorials if you think thatI'm going to give you some magic cure or some magic answer for Candida because it's notgoing to happen. So switch off now. Go and have a look at a lot of the other channels.There are a lot of other people that will certainly tell you how you can cure this thingin five minutes or in half an hour or the 24hour Candida cure. What a load of crap!These things are not possible. You can't cure Candida in 24 hours. If you really believethat, switch off now. Because I'm going to tell you, it's not going to happen, especiallychronic Candida. You need to look at the whole picture.You need to look at everything that is going
on in your health right now. And we're goingto go over a couple of important points that I've written about in Candida Crusher, inmy book. The first thing I want you to look at, which I think is 80 percent of recoveryfor not just chronic Candida, but any kind of chronic condition is you need to look atyour lifestyle. You need to look at what's going on in your life right now. So I've writtena few points down here on paper, and we'll go through these bit by bit.The big things I like people to look at are where the stresses in your life are. Whatare the holes that need plugging up? Do you have issues with people around you? Our biggeststresses in life tend to be people. People
that we work with or work for. People thatwork for us. People that we're close to in relationships, either professionally or personally.People that we're related to, friends, neighbors, all sorts of people, but people tend to beour biggest stress. Most people I know who come to see me as patients have got one personthat's stressing them out. So these are the sort of frictions that need to be resolvedbecause stress has an incredible way of undermining your health by working on slowly eroding youradrenal and thyroid health. By creating hormone imbalances, and these hormone imbalances leadto lots of different problems. So you need to sort these kind of stresses out. You canread a lot more again about stress on ericbakker