Sunday, August 14th, 2011
Don’t Forget to Dry Between Your Toes! How to Prevent Invasive Systemic Candidiasis
Article by Matilda Matheson
Although it sounds really complicated, Invasive Systemic Candidiasis is really just a yeast infection that has reached your internal organs. Once it has reached this stage it is incredibly hard to cure, so prevention is definitely the best option.
Make sure that you don’t get a yeast infection in the first place. Dry properly after bathing or swimming, wear loose fitting clothing, don’t use other peoples towels, socks or slippers. Some people even have their own bath mats!
Try to avoid long courses of antibiotics. These are necessary at times, but these are also only recommended for infections that are really serious. Your doctor understands this, that is why most are reluctant to prescribe antibiotics for more than a week at a time.
If you get an infection, don’t let the fungus accumulate and multiply. As soon as you feel the itch then get treating and don’t stop until well after the itch has stopped. most pharmacy products recommend a two week course. Make sure that you do the full two weeks.
As Invasive Systemic Candidiasis is a result of Candida reaching your internal organs if you or someone else has an infection be sure to cover any cuts and to wash your hands thoroughly regularly – especially before meals as the fungus just loves getting into your system via the mouth!
Be aware of your lifestyle choices and their impact on your health. Take notice of the food that you are eating, the exercise that you are getting, the products that you use and the amount of water that you are drinking.
In a nut shell, if you can get a basic thrush infection, then you can get Invasive Systemic Candidiasis – or a secondary yeast infection. So preventing Invasive Systemic Candidiasis really can be as simple as not forgetting to dry between your toes!
About the Author
Did you know that up to 95% of people who treat their yeast infection by conventional methods actually end up with a recurrent infection?So what are your options? You could ignore it and increase the threat of it becoming Invasive Systemic Candidiasis or you could try a completely natural cure. www.candidacurenow.info