Candida Symptoms: Is Your Inner Ecology Putting You at Risk?
Alarming Symptoms of Systemic Candida
A number of symptoms of fungal Candida overgrowth in the gut can show up in the health of the skin and even in mental performance. These symptoms include:
- Food allergies
- Skin rashes
- Brain fog
For individuals with a compromised immune system caused by cancer, AIDS, chronic fatigue, pneumonia, and more, you are even more vulnerable to systemic Candida overgrowth.
Are You at Risk for Candida Overgrowth?
If you’ve been experiencing a slew of unpleasant symptoms, you may have Candida. You can use our helpful Body Ecology Candida Quiz to assess your risk level and find proactive solutions to treat systemic Candida overgrowth.
There are two specific risk factors that can contribute to the growth of pathogenic Candida:
- Eating too much sugar.
- Living a high-stress lifestyle.
Both of these factors can create an environment that greatly affects your inner ecology for the worse. In many cases, you may have a widespread Candida infection and experience constant, unpleasant symptoms without understanding their cause.
In fact, many of the symptoms listed above, including digestive discomfort, mood swings, and fatigue, are considered the “norm” in a busy American lifestyle. When these symptoms are avoided or ignored altogether, the root cause is difficult to detect and may even be confused for countless other illnesses.
Desperately seeking relief, you may have turned to a number of widely accepted habits, like taking antacids, popping over-the-counter pills, or drinking caffeine to keep your energy levels high throughout the day.
Unfortunately, these instant fixes are only temporary and won’t provide the whole-body healing that you need to keep a Candida infection at bay.
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