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  • Thu 16th May 2019 - 5:02am

    It was not good for his boxing career. Cerisea Medica  After defending his title 11 times in more than 3 years before losing it to Buster Douglas in 1990, he did manage to recapture it from Frank Bruno 6 years later. But people knew that his time as a prizefighter was up. Seven of his last 12 fights ended either in defeat or no contest. After Douglas, Evander Holyfield, Lennox Lewis, Danny Williams and Kevin McBride beat him the way he beat the rest-by knock out.Searching for the facts on the Candida Albicans fungus that causes yeast infection? Here, you'll discover all you need about the Candida Albicans fungus, plus, your yeast infection treatment options...

    The Candida Albicans fungus is a yeast-like microscopic fungus that resides in around 80% of the general population quite naturally and is responsible for most yeast infection conditions. But, fortunately, your body's friendly bacteria manages it's levels so that the fungi normally doesn't cause you any problems. A yeast infection (also called Candida, Candidiasis or thrush) occurs when the Candida Albicans fungus is allowed to 'overgrow' and multiply. This can happen when the good bacteria numbers fall, and, there are the conditions in place to help the fungus grow. These are things such as; antibiotics / steroids overuse, lowered immune system, diabetes, unhealthy diet, stress, hormonal changes, body pH changes, etc.

    The symptoms may appear in nearly all parts of your body, but the most common areas are the warm, moist areas which the fungus loves; such as the vagina, mouth and anus etc. And their symptoms appear locally, so that they are perhaps more obvious. But many infections start off in the intestines before spreading to other parts. These symptoms aren't so obvious. Typical local symptoms are; sever itching, burning, soreness, inflammation, thick white vaginal discharge, painful urination, and painful sex. But for intestinal yeast infection you could have bloating, indigestion, diarrhea or constipation.But if the Candida Albicans fungus actually breaks through into the walls of the intestines, toxins can be released into the bloodstream causing things like migraines, headaches, memory loss, irritability, sore / stiff joints and muscles, etc.

    Mainstream treatments typically use drug-based antifungal creams, gels, pessaries, etc., to apply to the affected area. But these only attack the local symptoms of the infection and not the root cause(s). And, over time, the Candida Albicans fungus can become drug-resistant. The result for many women is recurring yeast infections that get harder and harder to eradicate. Which is why so many more women are now using totally natural remedies to get rid of their yeast infections. These don't have the negative aspects of drug-basetherapies, and, are much cheaper. There are tons of natural home remedies out there, such as; yogurt, garlic, apple cider vinegar, honey, and tea tree oil, to name but a few.  

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