Candida Albicans is a fungus that lives within every one of us. It lives on our skin, in our mucous membranes, and in our intestines. Typically, this fungus does not cause any problems for us, unless there is an imbalance in the bacteria or hormonal levels in the body. This imbalance gives the fungus something to feed upon, causing it to grow. When it begins growing, it also begins to present numerous annoying symptoms that are too irritating to ignore; this is called a yeast infection.
A typical yeast infection can usually be treated easily as long as treatment is done early on. Numerous treatment options are available to treat a yeast infection including natural remedies, over the counter anti-fungal treatments, and prescription medication from a physician.
The body needs rest to be healthy and function properly. When a good night’s rest is elusive, people often turn to sleep remedies to help them rest. But for those who do not want to use pharmaceutical sleep aids, there are many natural options when it comes to sleep remedies. This article discusses some of the options available.
There are several natural remedies and herbs that people turn to when they need to get some rest. While these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, people have been using some of them for hundreds of years. However, it is always a good idea to proceed carefully and consult your doctor if you are unsure or have any questions.
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What causes mysterious bruising? Are you noticing bruises on legs, arms, and other parts of your body you never noticed before? Mysterious bruising could be a simple sign of clumsiness or forgetfulness. You may just not remember what you’ve bumped into.
However, if bruising is frequent and bruises on legs, arms and other parts of your body don’t go away after a couple of days, there could be an underlying medical cause. Let’s take a look at the five most common causes of mysterious bruising.
ITP or idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura is something I have personal experience with. ITP is an autoimmune disorder characterized by low platelets, easy bruising and bleeding. Like most autoimmune diseases, there is no clear definable cause. Some believe like I do, that ITP is linked to gluten intolerance. I have both. This disease tends to strike young women most.