Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Symptoms of Candida

The symptoms of “the Candida syndrome” appear suddenly or gradually:

- the alimentary tract:
indigestion, gases, overflowing in the stomach, inflammation, pains, diarrhoea or constipation, burning in the stomach, unpleasant breath, dryness or burning in the mouth, coating and colour change on the tongue, oral thrush, irritable bowel syndrome,

- somatic and allergic:
numbness, burning and tingling, achiness, swelling, stiffness and pains in the joints, painful and strained muscles, congestion and feeling of blocking in the nose, compression of the head, headaches, “general numbness”, scotoma and spots in front of the eyes, buzzing noise in the head, ears, bradypnoea, limitation of a possibility of taking a deep breath, stabbing pain in the chest, weight loss, dizziness, hypersensitivity or allergies to chemical compounds, cold feet and hands, inhibited sexual desire, low body temperature,

- mind / emotions:
chronic tiredness - lack of energy, drowsiness, weakening of concentration and memory, irritability, feeling of decline in strength and life energy, disorientation, depression, fits of panic and cry, dyssomnia, feeling of numbness, decision-making problems, mental commotion, moodiness, fear, fits of anger,

- skin:
acne, fungal changes on the skin, Athlete’s foot, itching of the skin and anus, blotchy and cancellated changes on the skin surface, skin dryness, eczematous dermatitis, chafing, skin inflammation, rash on the face, fungal and inflammatory changes of the nails, nettle rash (urticaria), changes similar to lupus, psoriasis,

- the urogenital system:
vaginal inflammation and recurrent fungal infections, exhaustion, sexual dissatisfaction, pruritus of the vagina and groin, irregular and painful periods, pains, colic, contractions, frequent urination, recurrent bladder infections, burning urination with a painful urge to urinate, fluid retention in the organism, swelling, asynodia and problems with the prostate among men, prostatitis, premenstrual tension. What Is Candida?