Whilst treating Candida also known as Candida Albicans, Yeast Infection, Candidiasis, Monila or Thrush, it is important to stop the risk of recurrent yeast infections through re-infection or cross infection. There are a number of simple measures you can put in place to ensure this, whilst undertaking a natural yeast infection cure for the symptoms of Candida.
Your natural yeast infection cure will kill the Candida infection and support your immune system as you kill the Candida fungi. It is also important to stop recurring yeast infections caused by re-infection or cross infection of yourself or your loved ones, by improving one’s hygiene.
Firstly in eliminating recurring yeast infections, one should also ensure that one’s sexual partner and any children living with the affected person or any other person coming into daily close contact with the affected person such as a carer, is also included in the natural yeast infection cure treatment program. As the Candida fungi can easily be spread and reoccurring yeast overgrowth can continue through cross infections from a loved one or carer who has not also been treated.
Food poisoning is a common illness. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 1 in 6 people in the US get sick from bad food or drink. In 2001, they reported about 48 million illnesses, resulting in 128,000 Americans hospitalized, and over 3,000 deaths each year from food poisoning. Food poisoning is also common in the summer because of picnic foods being left out too long in the sun. Before looking at food poisoning cures, we should become familiar with symptoms and causes.
Infectious Agents- viruses, bacteria, and parasites are the most common of these agents
Toxic Agents- poisonous mushrooms, improperly prepared exotic foods (for example, barracuda), pesticides on fruits and vegetables, also poor sanitation in food preparation or poorly packaged or food stored at wrong temperatures can promote contamination.
Salmonella is the most common type of food poisoning. It is seldom fatal; however, it is contagious, quickly leading to multiple cases (outbreak).
Typical symptoms of food poisoning are:
Abdominal pain and cramping
Diarrhea quickly developing within 48 hours of eating or drinking contaminated food or beverages.
If food poisoning is not treated early, further complications can become very serious and life-threatening:
Nervous system damage