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Symptoms of yeast overgrowth

Fatigue and fuzzy thinking may be the two most universal symptoms of yeast gaining the upper hand. Others include headache, depression, muscle aches, joint pains, digestive problems, sugar cravings, being bothered by odors, scents and fragrances, recurrent vaginal yeast infections, PMS, sexual problems, sleep disturbances, and more. While the yeasts themselves may stay in the gut, the toxins travel via the circulating blood, to do their mischief in every system in the body. The circulating toxins cause such a great variety of symptoms that some doctors jump to the conclusion that such patients with vague and widely scattered on-again-off-again symptoms must be hypochondriacs. What a pity.

Treatment

Because simple sugars feed the yeast, going on a sugar-free diet is first and foremost. Even the simple sugars of fruits may have to be restricted temporarily. Your doctor - think of him/her as your health coach - will tell you how strict you need to be. S/he will also select an antifungal medication or herb for you. At the same time, most physicians will suggest some kind of acidophilus-bifidus supplement (these are teh "good guy" bacteria) to try to recolonize the gut. Further therapy will depend on the other co-existing problems - hormonal imbalances, nutrient deficiencies, etc. - that your doctor identifies.

Self-help

Even though I firmly believe seriously ill people need to work with a health professional to coach, guide, and encourage them, the task of following the program falls to the patient. I feel that one of the most significant activities a patient can engage in is to read, study, and increase his/her understanding. Time and again, I've seen the well-informed patient progress better than average. Understanding the "why" of the treatment, the "why" of recovery taking so long, the "why" of avoiding sugar, and so on, makes all the difference in a person's compliance with the treatment. Further, recovery is so diet related that the decisions the patient makes 3-5 times daily in selecting his/her food directly influences the rate and course of recovery. If you want to help yourself, do your homework - read and study, devouring information and learning which factors promote, and which ones hinder, recovery.

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