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Yeast Infection Causes

What Causes Yeast Infections ?

Discover what causes a Yeast Infection and why they keep coming back

First A Few Quick Facts

  • Yeast Infections, Jock Itch and Bad Breath have a Common Cause.

  • Both Men and Women Suffer Yeast Infections, and they can affect any part of the body, Not just vaginal or penile.

  • All Symptoms can be Naturally relieved in hours, No matter the Gender.

  • Modern Medicine masks the Symptoms, while the Yeast becomes more Resistant.

  • Antibiotics Actually Encourage the growth of Candida Yeast.

So what causes this painful irritation ?

Yeast Infections are fueled deep inside, from a fungal infection caused by Candida Albicans. And without treating the cause, Yeast Infections will continue to reoccur.

Candida Albicans is the Cause of Your
Recurring Yeast Infection !

Yeast Infections are the result of an overgrowth of the natural Candida Yeast that resides in up to 90% of the population.

And Guess what...

It doesn't matter if your male or female.

Most people attribute Yeast Infections to women, but men are at just as much risk of an overgrowth as women.

The problem occurs when the Yeast turns into its Fungal of Mold form.

Candida Overgrowths have become Very Common in today's society, with the over abundance of refined foods, sugars, alcohol, and yeasts.

However a Poor Diet is Not the Only Cause.

With the Yeast residing in our bodies, it only takes a weakened Immune System to let an overgrowth occur.

You can get a weakened immune from a variety of sources, but a list of the most common reasons for a yeast infection are below.

List of the Major Yeast Infection Causes are...

  • Antibiotics or Immune suppressive drugs such as Steroids or Cortisone's.

  • Recreational Drugs

  • Allergies

  • Using the Pill

  • Over Stressed or Emotionally Drained

  • Weak Immune System due to a Viral Infection

  • Changes in Hormonal Levels

  • Wearing wet or sweaty underwear or clothing for extensive periods of time.

If you have suffered or taken any of the above, there is a high chance you will Suffer from some sort of Candida Related Symptoms, and will need to undertake a cleanse to rid your body of the yeast.

Not sure if you have an infection, see what symptoms are associated with candida and yeast infections by clicking below...

Click here to see the associated symptoms

So will a Yeast Infection Go Away on it's Own ?

A Yeast Infection will not go away without either the site being treated or the source of the problem being treated.

Sometimes it can seem it went away on it's own, but what most likely happened is that the site of the infection was not that severe in the first place, and a slight change in diet, or a boost to your immune was sufficient to remove the current infection.

If your infection becomes a problem, or continues to reoccur, then you may need undertake a cleanse, to stop them from causing more problems.

Learn how to undertake the right cleanse by clicking below...

Click here to learn how to treat Candida & Yeast Infections


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