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Relieving Candida Related Bloating

Candida is a condition of the digestive tract that can result in many common digestive symptoms. Bloating usually isn’t considered as a major symptom when you’re dealing with more urgent things like diarrhea, fatigue, thrush, cramps and fatigue, but bloating is a well-known symptom of Candida.

Candida’s natural job inside the human body is to help aid digestion. The bacteria helps to ferment food and in the process, it naturally produces carbon dioxide, which causes flatulence. But those that believe that Candida can grow out of control, even inside those with healthy immune systems (something modern medical science strongly believes is impossible) believe that with large amounts of Candida, come large amounts of carbon dioxide. This carbon dioxide, in turn, causes severe and sometimes painful bloating.

Candida can irritate the lining of your stomach and intestines so that you aren’t able to properly absorb the nutrients in your food, leading to battles of alternating constipation or diarrhea. Candida is believed to be the number one cause of IBS or irritable bowel syndrome. What makes Candida so controversial is that as it grows, it’s thought Candida spreads large amounts of toxins in the human body, therefore causing a wide range of symptoms that makes diagnosis very difficult.

There are many products on the market that are made to help cure Candida, or at the very least, relieve the symptoms. Probiotics, the ingestion of ‘good’ living bacteria to help fightCandida is a common treatment. But what other options are there out there?

If the idea of swallowing pills containing bacteria isn’t for you, there can be other methods of treating Candida overgrowth. The first logical step is to try to reduce the amount of Candida roaming in your gut. This can be done by literally starving the rapidly breeding Candida to death by changing your diet to include less sugar and carbs. Candida has a sweet tooth that loves to snack on sugar. The first and least envasive step is to simply change your diet.

Another step you can take to reduce Candida overgrowth is to limit or eliminate antibiotics from your medicine cabinet. It’s believed by most people suffering from Candida that the biggest culprit in the spread of the condition is the over use of antibiotics.

Antibiotics kill many of the ‘good’ bacteria alongside the bad in the digestive tract when they are taken to help treat an illness. It’s thought that this removal of the ‘good’ bacteria helps to give Candida the ability to run wild through the body. So, if you don’t want to try probiotics, the next best thing is to simply remove the thing that could be making you sick in the first place. By treating your candida the bloating that is associated with it will naturally start to subside.

Again, it can’t be stressed enough that the best thing for anyone who thinks they are suffering from Candida to do is to consult with a doctor before starting any treatment regimen. The more you know about what’s ailing you, the easier it will be to treat and the sooner you’ll feel better.

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