Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Yeast Infection Symptoms Change

Strange Yeast infection symptoms occur. They vary from person to person. And with one person the symptoms can change from day to day. These symptoms may vary based on the person's general health or genetic makeup. This is the one of the reasons that there are so many different symptoms.

75% of the population, it has been estimated, suffer from some sort of yeast infection at some time in their life.

To treat yeast infection you have to treat what caused the infection in the first place. The root cause. Everyone knows what a flare up of vaginal yeast infection or diaper rash is. You get some medicine and it clears up, right?

But did you REALLY cure the infection or did you just treat the symptoms?

Chronic Yeast Infection

You treated the symptoms in most cases and the yeast infection is still there. Unless you treated the root cause of the yeast infection you have not solved the problem.



There will still be a low level of the yeast cells present... just waiting until conditions are right for another Flare-up.

Most people don't know what a chronic yeast infection is or the damage it can do. Many people become so accustomed to their symptoms they think their symptoms are simply just part of growing older or part of their lives.

For more information: http://www.CureYeastToday.com

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Circumcised Men More Likely to be Carriers of Yeast Infection

A study performed in London in 1977 showed yeasts were isolated at similar rates in both circumcised (14%) and uncircumcised men (17%). It had previously been thought that uncircumcised men are more likely to carry yeast than circumcised men but this myth has now been proven incorrect.

Circumcised men, however, had significantly fewer symptoms, indicating that men may be infected while presenting little or no signs. The report predicted that asymptomatic carriers are very likely to be overlooked as a potential source of infection to women because men who do not show any symptoms are unlikely to attend a clinic. Circumcised men are therefore a greater risk of infection to their female contacts than uncircumcised men who are more likely to seek help due to experiencing symptoms. It is therefore suggested by the authors of the study that men carrying yeast should be treated whether they are experiencing symptoms or not.

Women who have sexual contact with men carrying yeast have an extremely high infection rate of 80% while men who are in contact with infected women are four times more likely to be yeast-positive than those who are not.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Yeast infection in men. The benefits of drinking water.

I found keeping a bottle of water in the fridge, nice and cold, makes it easier to drink the amount of water required because if you are anything like me, it's not a favourite drink of mine. But cool water from the fridge not only refreshes you on a hot day but also helps to relieve yeast infection symptoms.
You don't want to be drinking Alcohol with a yeast infection either, I know I found out the hard way. Too much yeast and sugar in the alcohol will not help you at all. So remember drink 6-8 glasses a day, for your yeast infection.
If you don't like the taste of the water that comes out of your tap at home then go to the store and buy some pure water. Feel your body come alive, get rid of the pain.
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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

yeast Infection in men. The benefits of drinking water.

You should drink 6-8 glasses everyday, it flushes out all those toxins in your system, making you healthy and happy. When you have a yeast infection, the water flushes out the infection. For some men, urinating can be extremely painful when they have a yeast infection but drinking water helps so much and really does relieve the pain. Yeast infections can also cause severe pain in the lower back,but drinking water will help here too.
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Monday, December 8, 2008

Yeast infection in men. Lavender.

The many properties of lavender essential oil contribute to a vast range of usage. It is highly regarded as an antiseptic antiflammatory, and has antifungal and antibacterial properties. For a yeast infection add 4 _ 5 drops of lavender oil to a bath and use in warm water. Works Wonders.
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