Yeast Intolerance Symptoms

Yeast is a very common fungi present in the most of the food items and many people show intolerance towards it, which means their body is incapable of digestion lactose, which is the main and basic compound of yeast. Yeast intolerance means that their body’s over produce Candida.  Candida is a group of yeast-like fungi that lives in moist areas of the body, including the mouth, intestines and vagina.  Helpful bacteria within the body can also be killed off by antibiotics causing the fungus grows rapidly as well.

There is no definitive test to diagnose Candida overgrowth but physicians will normally diagnose it on the basis of the severity and number of symptoms present at the time of an examination. In most cases Candida overgrowth will usually manifest in the digestive system first. An intense overgrowth can cause a condition called leaky gut syndrome. The irritation of the yeast can cause leakage through the intestinal wall of undigested food into the bloodstream. Yeast is something which is very important for body, but in a limited quantity, when they multiply or their number is increased, either by the intake of more and more yeast or by some disorder in digestion, human body starts showing the symptoms of yeast intolerance.

Yeast intolerance symptoms are very common and almost every human being at some extant show this intolerance. The most common yeast intolerance symptoms are tiredness and fatigue, bloating of the stomach, gas and flatulence right after eating, watering eyes and runny nose, wheezing and coughing, vomiting and diarrhea, visible skin rashes, bloating of the face, nasal congestion and sneezing, headache and sore throat, white coating on tongue, bad breath, heartburn and acidity and cravings for sweet and sugary items. Remedies for yeasts intolerance symptoms are quite easy. Those products which contain yeast like sugar, bread, cheese, mushroom and milk and its products must be avoided for three to six weeks and then start to take them in a very low quantity. These yeast intolerance symptoms and treatment for it will vary from case to case and person to person.

There are some people who display very mild symptoms which vanish soon, but some unfortunate people have to live with the symptoms for many hours at a stretch. These yeast intolerance symptoms in adults can also be confused as symptoms of some other disease, and this makes the condition even harder to diagnose. If you are aware of your allergy to certain food items, then you must stay away from these. Always examine the labels and the content list of an item before consuming it, in order to avoid frequent yeast infections.

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