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Candida Albicans Treatment Options for Skin Infections

The growth in numbers of people suffering from a yeast infection and particularly a candida albicans infection is increasing.  Much of this growth has been put down to the westernized lifestyle of a diet that is high in sugars and processed foods, low in foods that support a healthy immune response and gut flora, and a busy schedule.  So, what candida albicans treatment options is there currently available?

Firstly, lets look at what candida albicans is and how an infection may be spotted. 

Candida albicans is the most common form of candida yeast.  It lives naturally in the Gastrointestinal (GI) tract, and the warm, moist parts of our body, including the vagina, the oral cavity and where there are folds in the skin.

Generally speaking, candida albicans is not a threat to the health of the body.  In fact it has an important role to play in our intestines by recognizing and killing harmful bacteria in the gut. Without Candida albicans we would be prey to many pathogen bacteria.

It is only when the body’s immune system is weakened usually through poor dietary or lifestyle choices, certain medication and drugs or adverse medical condition that the candida can thrive.

Normally candida albicans stays in its yeast state, which is non-invasive and metabolizes sugars.  However, if allowed the thrive it changes to its fungal form, which is an invasive form that uses its tentacle like roots to penetrate the mucosa or the intestinal wall.  This can leave small holes, which allows toxins, bacteria from the gut and undigested food the opportunity to enter the bloodstream.

Although a candida albicans infection will generally occur in mucous membranes, it can happen anywhere on the skin. Candida infections, especially those infections found in the mucous membranes or genitals, are contagious and can be passed from person to person through sexual contact or even through indirect contact like shared flannels or damp towels.

Candida albicans is typically found in the folds in the skin, like on the genitals, around the groin, under the breasts or under the arms.

The signs of a candida albicans skin infection include the following:

- Purple itchy patches on the skin, with the itching sensation generally stronger on the outside of the patch.
- There may also be blisters that appear around the itchy patch
- There is likely to be a small amount of scaling

There are some people who have a greater risk of having candida albicans skin infections including:

Those people with a compromised or weakened immune system, whether through a medical condition or through taking medication or drugs.

- People who are overweight
- Women who are pregnant
- Those people who have diabetes, or another metabolic disorder
- Babies
- And, people who work in wet environments

So what can be done to naturally alleviate the problems?

The first thing to realize is that a candida infection on the skin is unlikely to occur if the body is in good health and hygiene levels are improved. So here are some tips to reduce the risks.

-Do not use other peoples towels or flannels
-Wear clothes that allow the skin to breathe and wick moisture like cotton
-Change clothes regularly so that only dry, clean ones are worn
-Wear leather shoes or sandals not trainers so your feet can breathe
-Dry skin well after a wash, and wash regularly.
-People who are overweight should be careful about drying the skin folds and under skin folds thoroughly.

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