What are the benefits of a daily yoga session for sufferers of yeast infection? There is no real study yet on the link between yoga and yeast infection, but recent research has shown interesting data on the subject whereby yoga principles are seen to be beneficial to victims of yeast infection in their quest for regaining health
Where does yeast infection come from? It is the results of Candida fungi and is also called candidiasis. The candida microbe is generally found in warm and humid pace places of the body, such as mouth, throat, intestine, and genitals. When the friendly probiotics in the body keep the candida in check, then the individual is not in danger. However, Candida can rapidly evolve to a fungal form and grow under certain circumstances. Simultaneously it grows root that dig into the intestine before penetrating into the blood stream, and generating the symptoms of yeast infection in different parts of the body.
Many items can cause Candida overgrowth. These include:
1. A weak immune system (perhaps because of the other health problems, bad eating, the use of antibiotics which in turn weaken the immune system) that cannot control the out break of Candida.
2. Overeating of foods that encourage Candida (sweets, caffeine, alcohol, refined carbohydrates and other similar foods).
3. Stress and related factors that lead to a mental state which in turn has a negative effect on blood sugar levels and the immune system which all conspire to stimulate Candida over multiplication.
4. Toxins that collect in the blood and the intestine to then prevent correct digestion, put heavy load on the liver and debilitate the normal defense processes in the body’s fight against Candida.
Yoga is one of the oldest practices in the spiritual universe. It puts the emphasis on conscious living and using the potential for happiness and physical and mental health that each of us has inside us. The yoga techniques of correct breathing and physical positions can be highly beneficial to sufferers of yeast infections, because they can significantly and positively alter stress levels and strengthen the immune system.
Elimination of toxins in the human organism and cleansing are also important features of the yoga philosophy. This is often done by fasting, which helps to unclog the digestive system so it can function properly again, and eliminate toxins in the blood circulatory system. These are primary Candida generating factors and relate to the fact that the vast majority of diseases in the western world must be handled first by getting rid of mucus and toxic matter to put the natural elimination process back into operation.
The diet plan principles which the yoga philosophy has as part of its teaching also place the importance on balanced food, harmonious heating and the needs and makeup of your body. In the fight against Candida infection these dietary habits and proper food plans can enhance digestion and therefore help you.
Note that practicing yoga is just one part of the total solution and is not a yeast infection cure by itself. You already get the advantages to your health of the yoga principles and practices. When they are then combined with additional alternative medicine programs, such as the use of herbal and mineral adjuncts, this allows you to remove toxins and kill off excess candida to restore the natural intestinal equilibrium.
Did anyone tell you that the holistic approach using all-natural guidelines is the only way to deal with the inner environments that has resulted in yeast infection and in this way to rid yourself of all symptoms of Candida and prevent such problems from ever coming back?
Linda Allen is a medical researcher, certified nutritionist, health consultant and author of the #1 best-selling e-book, “Yeast Infection No More- Open The Door To a Yeast Infection Free Life”. Linda has written dozens of holistic health articles and has been featured in ezines and print magazines, as well as on hundreds of websites worldwide.
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