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Learn How To Naturally Treat Your Yeast Infection & Proven 7 Step Plan

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Learn How To Naturally Treat Your Yeast Infection & Proven 7 Step Plan

Are you a woman struggling with recurrent yeast infections? Does your yeast infections seem to never really go way? Are you ready to finally receive the support you need?

If yes, you've come to the right place!

In this article I'll explain what a yeast infection is, help you understand why your yeast infections are recurrent, and share an effective holistic way to tackle your yeast infections.

What is a yeast infection?

A vaginal yeast infection, also known as candida, is a common issue among women. Yeast infections occur when healthy yeast that lives in your vagina (and gut) grows out of control, leading to overgrowth and a change in pH. This is what causes the intense itching, swelling, odor, discharge and irritation.

It’s important to note that a healthy vagina does contain yeast cells, the problem arises when the balance of yeast alters in a way that create an imbalance in your body.

Normally your vagina maintains a pH range between 3.8-4.5 that prevents the overgrowth of yeast, but when something comes along and disrupts the pH of your vagina it leaves you susceptible to a yeast infection. 

Keep reading to find out what those disruptors are.

Why am I having yeast infections?

There are many reasons women experience yeast infections. A few to list are:

  • Hormone imbalances
  • High sugar consumption
  • Elevated blood sugar
  • Poor gut health
  • Birth control
  • Regular use of antibiotics
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • Tampons
  • Unhealthy sex partners
  • Environmental stressors

Most women make the mistake of trying to treat their symptoms (odor, discharge, irritation, itching and swelling) without tackling the root cause, or making lifestyle changes. Going about it in this way only provides a "temporary band-aid fix" that's not effective long term! 

I can guarantee your yeast infections and pesky outbreaks will return if you keep doing this. When treating your yeast infection you MUST attack it from the inside.

Here is my proven seven step plan that helps to treating your yeast infection naturally!

1. Support your body's cleansing process.

Women who experience vaginal yeast infections are led to believe (from tv commercials and healthcare providers) that the problem is only in the vaginal birth canal. Although your yeast infection may present itself here, truth is these are mere "symptoms" of an infection that is actually living in your bloodstream.

Yes, yeast can circulate through the bloodstream. The real solution is to rid your body of yeast by cleansing your blood. Enhanced liver function is imperative at this time. Detoxing your body to help cleanse, replenish, reset and renew your system is always the first step. 

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2. Starve the yeast.

You starve the yeast through diet, sugar feeds fungal and bacterial activity. Reducing your sugar intake by cutting down sodas, breads and processed foods, and adding more natural plant fiber like veggies and fruit to your diet helps tremendously. Fruit is limited to low-glycemic choices. Cut off milk for awhile, which has the sugar lactose that tends to promote yeast overgrowth. I recommend no yeast-containing foods such as alcohol while trying to rid your body of yeast. Also remove food that you're sensitive to, to cut down inflammation and gut issues.

3. Heal your gut.

Your body houses close to one hundred trillion bacteria and microbes that reside mainly in your gut and make up what is known as the human microbiome. Most of these bacteria are ‘commensal’ meaning they are good for us and co-exist in harmony with our bodies, supporting our digestion, our metabolism and our immune system and protecting us from infections and pathogens (harmful invasive bacteria). 

Any change to the normal balance of microbiota in your gut due to medication, excessive alcohol consumption, environmnetal chemical and toxins, and high levels of stress and sugar will leave you susceptible to a yeast infection.

All of these things can and will likely cause inflation of your gut lining, leading to your gut lining becoming permeable or ‘leaky’. So supporting your gut health too is critical!

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4. Decrease your stress.

Stress weakens your body's ability to fight off any infection and can cause more outbreaks. A low immune system makes it almost impossible to get rid of a yeast infection. Work on reducing your environmental, physical and emotional stressors. 

Things like toxic skin, beauty and household cleaning products, stressful work and home environments, and worrying about things that are out of your control are some thing to consider. 

Incorporate more mindfulness and adopt more zen activities. Learn to take it easy.

5. Use organic feminine products.

Organic feminine care products are ideal for our lady area. This helps to minimize exposure to chemicals like parabens that don't align with your body, and contribute to more vaginal irritation and imbalance. These chemical also contribute to hormone imbalances, and increase your risk of developing cancer.

6. Choose a healthy sex partner.

This goes without saying, choosing a healthy sex partner does support your vaginal health! Duh. Make sure your sex partner practices good hygiene and make healthy lifestyle choices. Get tested routinely if you or your partner have multiple sex partners, or aren't in a commited relationship.

Male semen can shift the pH of your vagina. If you already have other factors that put you at risk for yeast overgrowth then the lubes you use and the introduction of semen could alter your pH and make the odds of developing a yeast infection higher.

Herbs are great at helping to naturally relieve infections. Azadirachta indica is a powerful anti-viral and anti-fungal. This herb has been used successfully for years to treat yeast and overgrowth and is known to be more effective than over-the-counter vaginal creams. My herbal Yeast & BV Tincture  contains Azadirachta indica, along with other helpful herbs that help combat your infection for natural relief.

Over-the-counter medications and prescription drugs like Monistat and Fluconazole are endocrine disruptors (chemical that leads to hormone imbalance) and contain parabens. Headaches, gastrointestinal issues, dizziness, rashes and in some cases, liver toxicity are possible side effects of these medication. 

The popular boric acid suppositories are also endocrine disruptors and should be approached with caution.

Follow these 7 steps and you're sure to see a change in your yeast outbreaks! Also check out YEAST & BV HEALTH KIT - it's a complete 3-in-1 herbal therapy system that includes a Gentle Cleanse, Yeast & BV Extract and Gut Health Capsules.

- Shavonne

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