Are You SICK of Treating Only the Symptoms of Your Yeast Infection, but Never Stopping it From Coming Back?
Do Yeast Infections Come Far Too Often, Leaving Your Alone, In Pain and Misery, While the World Passes You By?
Yeast lives naturally on all of our bodies… They love to live in warm, moist areas like the vaginal area – though they can be found in other areas like under the breast or around the mouth.
Normally, the levels of yeast on our bodies have little concern to our health – in fact, it’s considered perfectly normal to have yeast in these areas. However, when the yeast level gets out of control, it causes itchiness, burning sensations, or even a discharge with a cottage cheese texture.
It not only makes working in peace incredibly difficult, but it also puts us all in a generally foul mood.
So, we go to the local market and get an over-the-counter medication, and again place weird chemicals into our body for days on end until the symptoms clear up and everything is a-ok again.
You see, there is a major flaw in this whole process: we’re treating the symptoms and not the cause.
What’s really happening is that we’re masking the causes of our grief and suffering, when we should be looking as to the cause of the massive yeast populations on our bodies.
Instead of just removing the yeast, we need to investigate what’s causing all the yeast to grow on our bodies.
The ONLY way that we’re going to treat our yeast infection, and get rid of it for good, is treating the cause, and not just the symptoms.
This usually means holding myself up in my apartment for a week, while the entire world passes me by.
If you’re like me, you begin with one symptom, only to have a cascade of uncomfortable ailments wash over you in a short amount of time. If you’re like me, then you’re sick of it and want something to keep the yeast infections away, for good this time, without any weird creams, and without just treating the symptoms and really getting to the cause of your problem.
For many women, the cause of their yeast infection is hidden from their perspective, because the symptoms seem so far removed from the causes of a yeast infection.
The cause of your yeast infection isn’t yeast alone – you’re not getting a yeast infection from bread or other yeast-heavy foods.
There are different outside influences that can dramatically increase the likelihood of you getting a painful yeast infection, like:
Sleepless nights – which prevents your body from doing it’s necessary healing rituals, leaving you susceptible to a number of ailments
Menstruation – which, like pregnancy, amps your hormones to create a perfect breeding ground for yeast
Tight Clothing, especially those with unnatural fibers – which don’t allow your skin to breathe properly.
Diabetes – which when poorly controlled makes it difficult for your body to process sugar, which gives the…