September 29, 2011
There is nothing funny about a yeast infection. If left untreated it can cause many other health concerns. A lot of people don’t know that your brain is an area where you can develop a yeast infection. When the yeast infection migrates to your brain, the normal functions of your brain will be disturbed. One of the reasons you don’t hear too much about yeast infections and brain function is because it doesn’t happen often, so you shouldn’t be overly concerned. If your first thought when you suspect a yeast infection is to buy some OTC preparation from the chemist, hold off for a moment. The reason for that is if you are pregnant, for example, then you should see your doctor and receive a safe treatment for the condition.
Yeast is populated throughout the body, especially the vagina, and never becomes a problem until certain factors show up, and clothes can actually make a big difference. Candida prefers underwear that is ultra tight, made from material other than cotton and also underwear that is not clean. The general reasons have to do with keeping moisture and elevated temperatures at a state that is conducive to over-growth of Candida. If you have a history of wearing pantyhose and developing yeast infections, then that could be a clue right there. You have to look at the overall situation starting with the clothes you wear.
Have you had a lot of repeat yeast infections recently? To find the cause, you have to start paying attention to what you are doing and the types of clothes you wear. The best choice of fabric for underwear – and actually the most comfortable – is 100% cotton with no dyes or bleaches. It’s important to wear clothes that don’t hamper your body’s ability to breathe. Clothes that are too tight or made of synthetics harbor bacteria, moisture, and germs. The Candida yeast cells can continue to live on clothes and specifically in your underwear.
It goes without saying that good hygiene demands that you change your underwear daily, as well as practice other methods of personal hygiene. It’s imperative that you launder any clothes you wore while you had a yeast infection. Be especially prudent with underwear, shorts, trousers, or skirts. Bad sanitation can cause ED
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