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How To Stop Recurring Yeast Infections

In order to stop recurring yeast infections, it is useful to take a broader look at the underlying causes of the infection. If you are suffering repeatedly from yeast infections, then taking steps to improve your overall health and wellbeing can be a step in the right direction to get rid of this problem once and for all.
 
Here are several of the options available to stop recurring yeast infections:
 
Adjust your diet - If you eat foods that are high in yeast content or drink yeast rich beer or even red wine this may be contributing to yeast infections. Therefore you may want to alter your diet to decrease the occurrence of these infections. Other dietary changes you could make include reducing the amount of refined sugar and processed foods in your diet. You may also want to improve overall nutrition to prevent repeated yeast infection.

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Take probiotic supplements - When you have an imbalance in your intestinal tract, such as after taking antibiotics, the reduced numbers of 'good bacteria' can be a cause of recurring yeast infection. The fungus that is responsible for the infection is opportunistic, so a reduced level of the body's natural organisms provides an ideal opportunity for the Candida to develop. To stop recurring yeast infections, you could regularly eat food like yoghurt which has high levels of the 'good bacteria' or take a probiotic supplement which will restore the natural balance of the organisms in the intestine.
 
Change your bathing products - If you use strongly scented bathing or shower products or soaps, this could be contributing to the reoccurrence of a yeast infection. In order to eliminate this problem, you may want to change the products you use and get something that is milder or more suitable for people prone to yeast infections. If you are unsure, your pharmacist may be able to provide you with a product or advice on this option.
 
Wear breathable clothing and natural fibres - Yeast infections are caused by a fungus, Candida albicans. Fungal infections grow well in warm, moist conditions. When you are regularly wearing tight clothing that doesn't breathe, or man-made fibres that trap moisture, then this can contribute to the growth of the organisms responsible for the infection. If you are trying to stop recurring yeast infections, then cotton underwear, looser clothing and making more conscious choices of clothing with mostly natural fibres will help to improve the situation and reduce the problematic yeast infection.
 
If you find that you have ongoing problems with yeast infections, then it is advisable to seek medical advice or assistance. If you have a recurring infection, then you may end up using medications and lotions to treat the problem for an extended period of time. This may not be the ideal solution, and could cause you some harm if your recurring infection turns into a more serious systemic infection. In order to avoid this problem and stop recurring yeast infections, you should seriously consider a natural or holistic approach which will help you make positive lifestyle changes.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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