web analytics

Yeast Infection Fatigue

Is A Yeast Infection Related To Chronic Fatigue Synome

Hi there, Eric Bakker, naturopath. Here'sanother frequently asked question. This is one I hear from time to time. Is a yeast infection related to chronic fatiguesynomeé I don't believe that chronic fatigue synomecauses a yeast infection as such, but I certainly see there can be a relationship between themboth. And I have seen many chronic fatigue synome patients with Candida overgrowth.And one of the main reasons this will occur is due to the immune system being compromised. When you have chronic fatigue synome, thereare multiple causative factors and many different

underlying issues which will challenge yourbody, but your immune system is often very much compromised. You'll have poor aenalhealth, low cortisol levels, thyroid can be involved, cortisol production may not be sufficientenough to stimulate immunity which can increase your susceptibility and significantly opyour resistance to Candida as well as SIBO or small intestinal bowel overgrowth. Many people with chronic fatigue synomehave multiple food allergies, leaky gut synome, and many different digestive issues. And astheir digestive function becomes increasingly compromised, they become much more susceptibleto Candida yeast infection.

So a big part of my treatment with chronicfatigue synome is assessing aenal function and improving this significantly. So I woulecommend any patient with chronic fatigue synome to do Wilson's aenal fatiguequestionnaire. You can read more about Wilson's work on aenalfatigue and alsoto have a look at my yeast infection online survey at yeastinfection which will giveyou some idea if you believe you have a yeast infection, if you've got chronic fatigue synome. But there certainly is some correlation betweenboth of these conditions. One of the better ways,my mind, of improving chronic fatiguesynome is by working on the digestive health

considerably as well as lifestyle factors.It is possible to turn chronic fatigue synome around and you can see one of my successesif you go to aenalnzed; aenalnzed is the YouTube clip. If you type that into YouTube,you can see one of my first patients that is from New Zealand that I've treated on Wilson's program, a lady that had chronic fatigue synome for many years who is fullyrecovered now. So I hope that answers your questionalongwinded way. Thank you.

Aenal Fatigue And Yeast Infection Connection

Greetings, Eric Bakker, naturopath, authorof Candida Crusher. Thank you for tuning into my tutorial today. Today I'd like to talk a little bit aboutone of the main underlying reasons why many people never recover from a yeast infection,particularly a chronic yeast infection, and that is aenal fatigue. You may be able toread some more information on aenal fatiguemy book, Candida Crusher, or on our websiteyeastinfection . You can also find a lot more information on aenalfatigue.co.nzed. There are many goodarticles on this website, also my good friend, James Wilson, on Wilson's site, aenalfatigue .There's plenty of good information on that

site as well. So aenal fatigue is a condition that's absolutelyendemic. It's very, very relevant to discuss aenal fatigue when it comes to poor recoveryfrom a yeast infection. Many conventional s don't even believe aenal fatigueexists. They prefer to treat all the manifestations of stress like headaches, period pain, lowlibido and insomnia. There is a very long list. So when naturopathic physicians likeme come up with conditions to their patients and say, “Look, I think you're sufferingfrom aenal fatigue.� The s roll their eyes and laugh and say, “Oh, herewe go. Another condition that has all the

symptoms involved, and if we treat this thenall will be well.� Well, I can tell you this much. I've treatednow almost 7,000 patients, particularly with Wilson's protocol regarding aenal fatigue,and seen astounding results, very good recoveries from yeast infections. Even people who'vebeen sick for 10, 15, 20 years with a yeast infection, whether it be jock itch or a vaginalyeast infection, chronic ongoing yeast infections of many different natures. For example, digestiveproblems and skin problems. Many times practitioners will only treat theseconditions symptomatically. Even the very best naturopathic s will treat thesethings by giving antifungal products to kill

the Candida, but they don't really adequatelyadess the patient's lifestyle and their stress levels. I've always maintained thatrecovery from any chronic condition is 80 percent lifestyle and diet related, 20 percentsupplement or mediion related. So you need to spend over three quarters of your timetrying to understand the reasons why you got this condition, looking at the underlyingcauses. I treat patients all day. I've done so now for 26 years. I treat many people onSkype and on Face time. I get them here facetofacemy . I get them on the telephone.And I can tell you one thing; many people have got one underlying problem that preventstheir recovery, one underlying problem. Have

a think about that for a moment. You've heard me speak about the exciting causeor often what will begin a yeast infection, and there are also the maintaining causesor the reasons why these keep on going. The exciting cause can be something like an antibiotic;they're very common, many cases start with an antibiotic. It can also be a trauma. Itcould be a root canal. It could be an operation. It could be a series of strong emotional events,particularly punctuated by infections and antibiotics. The exciting cause can be oneor two smaller causes, but the maintaining causes are often something like aenal fatigue.The ongoing, continuing unremitting stress

that patients suffer from their daytodaylife will ag their immune system down, will continue a bacterial infection, will continuea yeast infection, or make them more susceptible to parasite infections and small intestinalbowel overgrowth. And what happensé They go to the . Theyget put on more mediions. They don't recover. They go to the naturopath or the chiropractor.What do they geté They get more symptom treatment. So unless you're really looking carefullyat your own particular case longitudinally, understanding these exciting and maintainingcauses, and particularly understanding the full effects of aenal fatigue on your health,you may just be treating symptoms for 20,

Leave a Reply