How many times have you felt this disarming frustration of experiencing a spineless range of symptoms without knowing at least a rough cause of their occurrence? Beginning with common vague symptoms of chronic fatigue, energy loss, and permanent indisposition, reaching completely unexpected hormonal disorders, nervous complaints, and weight challenges, while all of that have nothing to relate. You still keep your usual diet, meet with loved ones, go to work, do some sports in your spare time, and even regularly visiting a doctor for casual checks of your body. It would seem like, oh well, what could be wrong?
Nevertheless, the symptoms do not disappear by themselves. And if you’re already tired to stick out without clues and answers, here’s two at once – fungi and yeast, which are the most undervalued and undiagnosed reasons of human illnesses and chronic conditions.
In the Chen Ben Asher Wellness Clinic, you can find a further explanation from a wide staff of certified professionals who are day-by-day committing an active search for the causes to tackle them down. The Clinic provides patients with a broad spectrum of lab tests that break down your in-gut inhabitants into main categories: Bacterial Pathogens, H. pylori, Normal Bacterial Flora, Opportunistic Bacteria, Parasites, Fungi and Yeast. As for the last ones, let’s talk about their influence on the human health by observing the most common types of fungi and yeast together with diseases and symptoms they are evoking.
What symptoms should make you doubt whether everything is well?
In normal conditions, fungi and yeast are the natural inhabitants of the human body that may not cause much harm. They coexist within one global ecosystem of the human gut microbiome together with other microorganisms. Beneficial bacteria control fungi and yeast, which do not allow them to grow into larger colonies. As soon as it happened, the fungi and yeast are taking control and begin to change the organism in their favor. The consequences are short in coming. The number of symptoms occurs amongst totally different areas of human health.
- long lasting fatigue
- effortless energy loss
- regular ailments
- libido drop off
- weight loss challenges
- irritable bowel syndrome
- gas and bloating
- abdominal cramps
- constipation and diarrhea
- rectal itching
- yeast secretions
- bladder inflammation
- vaginal infections
- groin itching
- redness signs
- food sensitivity
- menstrual pain
- thyroid dysfunction
- concentration difficulties
- immune system weakening
As you can see, the list is long, while still not a complete. By listing these symptoms, all we can recognize is that microbes are doing a tremendous work for the deterioration of our health and in many respects, we are in charge of helping them, and here’s why.
How Fungi and Yeast become a threat to our health?
First of all, while considering fungi and yeast as the main reason for too many problems, it is necessary to understand that human body doesn’t have an obvious switcher to the illness model. Rather, it is a matter of time for each person and how one is unintentionally contributing to the yeast overgrowth. In the long run, the bacterial balance inside the human gut that keeps yeast colonies under strict control is very fragile and could be disrupted by a variety of reckless actions. Here’s a list of the basic conditions that promote the growth of fungal and yeast colonies, which are mainly the result of a careless approach to the one’s health.
- overuse and over-dependence on the antibiotics as the first aid for even minor illnesses (except the neutralization of a certain disease, antibiotics are, like a fire in a forest, killing all living things, including beneficial bacteria that keep fungi and yeast within their normal limits)
- lack of adequate amounts of fiber to feed beneficial bacteria
- high-sugar and high-fat diet that is fueling the fungal mechanism to run on all cylinders
- misdiagnosis that leads again to the use of antibiotics
- a weakened immune system due to lack of proper hygiene and self-awareness
- use of birth control pills, hormonal agents, estrogens, and steroids
- daily stress, psychological problems, and unbearable load on the nervous system
Eventually, all these conditions could be avoided with a proper attitude to own health. However, it is not always possible for various reasons. In this case, the best solution is to seek expert help from the functional nutrition specialist.
Why cannot Fungi and Yeast problem be undersized?
As we now know, the excessive growth of fungi and yeast colonies leads to the dangerous consequences. Among a diversified community of organisms inside the human intestines, the Candida Albicans is the most familiar to the masses name. Unfortunately, it is only one of the few diseases that doctors can call a fungus-born. In other cases, the conventional medical environment tends to overlook fungi and yeast as the central influencers of human health.
At the same time, there are some narrowly focused specialists who are recognizing in-gut delicate micro flora as the number one priority in approaching good health of their patients. Among others, Chen Ben Asher Wellness Clinic provides a set of lab tests to detect threatening imbalance and to deal each case with a proper functional nutrition plan reinforced with supplements and healthy recipes for your good. These tests include DNA Analysis, Stool Analysis, Food Sensitivity Delayed Test, and Organic Acid Test.
So, what the point? Just in case of a further frustration, when you’ll be looking for a tangible explanation to your poor condition, please, don’t panic. Think about the hidden inhabitants of your body, which cause these annoying symptoms. Probably, when you face them, the only thing you’ll be needed is courage to ask for help. At this moment, do not hesitate to act and contact the nutrition specialist.
Fungi and Yeast could be friendly roommates with your normal bacterial flora, but remember, in the crowded room, it is challenging to recognize who was invited to visit you, and who have made their way to enter. It’s good to be a welcoming host, but a relative moderation is much healthier.
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