How To Treat A Yeast Infection
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How To Treat A Yeast Infection Although those troublesome yeast infections are not limited to the female population it is mostly women who have to deal with this type of health issue, and How To Treat A Yeast Infection is still a boresome problem. Today there is a wider range of treatments that will address yeast infections. Every woman should become familiar with these different yeast infection treatment options. Understanding each of your options will allow you to decide whether you want to use prescription meds, over the counter products or one of the frequently recommended home remedies. Most women will contract a yeast infection at some point in their lives. This is a common problem and it can occur in almost any age group. Luckily, yeast infections do not pose serious health problems for most individuals. The symptoms can be annoying and embarrassing but there are a number of treatment options that can address the situation. Treatment is safe, fast and effective. If yeast infections are creating problems for you here are some of the ways that this condition can be cured. Yeast Is Natural You are not going to become yeast-free. Yeast is a fungus that co-exists inside your body. In most situations your body keeps the growth rate of this fungus in check. There are specific forms of bacteria that maintain the balance of normally occurring yeast within the human body.

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Published 14 August 2013
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How To Treat A Yeast
Infection Although those troublesome yeast
infections are not limited to the female
population it is mostly women who have
to deal with this type of health issue,
and How To Treat A Yeast Infection is
still a boresome problem. Today there is
a wider range of treatments that will
address yeast infections. Every woman should become familiar
with these different yeast infection
treatment options.
Understanding each of your options will
allow you to decide whether you want to
use prescription meds, over the counter
products or one of the frequently
recommended home remedies.
Most women will contract a yeast infection
at some point in their lives. This is a
common problem and it can occur in almost
any age group. Luckily, yeast infections do
not pose serious health problems for most
individuals. The symptoms can be annoying
and embarrassing but there are a number of
treatment options that can address the
situation.
Treatment is safe, fast and effective. If
yeast infections are creating problems for
you here are some of the ways that this
condition can be cured.
Yeast Is Natural

You are not going to become yeast-free.
Yeast is a fungus that co-exists inside
your body. In most situations your body
keeps the growth rate of this fungus in
check. There are specific forms of bacteria that
maintain the balance of normally
occurring yeast within the human body.
Yeast and bacteria have formed a
symbiotic relationship.

The yeast cells will not cause any
troublesome symptoms as long as it is
not rapidly multiplying.

Yeast Infections
Some people discover that they have a
yeast infection that involves their mouth
and throat. This condition is known as
“thrush”. Yeast can also cause skin
rashes if it can become established in the
armpits or within the moist folds of the
groin, abdomen.
These are areas of the body that can
provide a dark, damp environment which
promotes the unchecked growth of yeast
spores.
Vaginal yeast infections are a common
female complaint. The vagina has a delicate
pH balance and if the pH level changes
those yeast cells can multiply at a rapid
pace.
A vaginal yeast infection is caused by
candida albicans and this type of problem
can occur in young girls, teens, adults or
post-menopausal women. More serious
yeast infections occur if the fungus attacks
the GI tract or enters the bloodstream.
These types of health problems are
relatively rare.

What Causes Yeast Problems?
Diabetes and other health conditions
Hormonal imbalances (menopause or
menstruation)
Pregnancy
Using certain soaps, bubble bath oil and
some vaginal hygiene products
(tampons, douches) Use of HRT hormone replacement
therapy
Restrictive clothing such as pantyhose
and tight slacks
Underwear made from nylon and other
non-breathable fabrics
Antibiotics
* It has been suggested that poor dietary
habits are also linked to yeast
infections.*