Dangerous Yeast – Candida Albicans

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So what is Candida Albicans?

Candida albicans is the pathogenic yeast responsible for yeast infections, it is present in 80% of the population. It is commonly found in moist areas such as the mouth, armpits, digestive tract, vagina and crotch area. In case you aren’t aware, yeast is part of the fungi kingdom, so they’re relatives of mushrooms as an example. The major difference is that Candida is waiting for the chance to spread and take over the host body that it finds itself a part of.

As a part of the fungus family of life forms Candida Albicans is quite easily able to multiply, this is a major part of the reason why they can create infections with such ease. If you have a sexual encounter with a partner who has a yeast infection, if you don’t begin cleansing the area with an anti-fungal solution or remedy then it won’t be long, sometimes only 2-3 hours before symptoms begin to show up.

Why is Candida nicknamed the dangerous yeast?

The reason it is called the dangerous yeast is because women who have been found to have chronic yeast infections are more likely to develop cervical cancer than those who don’t. There’s far more danger to this yeast than just an itch.

Precautions to avoid the dangerous yeast:

In order to avoid contracting a Candida Albicans infection make sure to avoid sharing personal items such as:

underpants and undergarments,

clothes in general,

towels,

toothbrush,

soap and in some extreme cases the same shower or bathtub.

As well if you contract a yeast infection be sure to wear only 100% cotton clothing as oxygen kills the yeast, as well be sure to wear only loose fitting clothing and underwear. Make sure to wash the clothes separately, and in boiling hot water if you ever intend on wearing them again, otherwise if using a normal wash, keep worn clothes separate from clothes worn while suffering from the infection. You may use Grapefruit Seed Extract as well in the wash to kill off the yeast effectively.

Symptoms to watch out for:

If you begin to notice itching, burning, redness, odour or discharge be sure to act right away because it is very likely you are dealing with a Candida Albicans infection. Dangerous Yeast is in development.

What you can do right away if you are dealing with a dangerous yeast such as Candida albicans:

1. In a vaginal yeast infection you can insert a tampon that has been smeared with yogurt into the vaginal canal. The beneficial bacteria in the yogurt will immediately begin to destroy the Candida albicans yeast cells.

2. Begin taking a probiotic supplement immediately. These are popularly referred to as Acidophilus which is the name of a very popular bacterium that destroys yeast almost immediately on contact.

3. Begin taking an anti-fungal such as garlic, and if you can tolerate it, use it directly on the infection, although we’ll warn you ahead of time it could burn.

So this pretty much covers the dangerous yeast Candida Albicans. If you still suffer from chronic yeast infections and Candida Albicans then we suggest you take a look at our bio box to determine how severe this dangerous yeast has become in your body. With proper precautions and the right treatments you can learn to be free of Candida Albicans for life.