Yeast Infections Mold Sickness in the Human Body
The significance of yeast infections and mold sickness in the diagnosis of mold exposure has been long overlooked. Yeast overgrowth is quite common, but many people don’t know they have it and conventional doctors tend to ignore it.
In medical school, they are taught that you either have a disease or you don’t, It’s black and white. However, our bodies weren’t designed with an “on” or “off” switch for disease. All diseases occur in shades of gray along a continuum of imbalance along spectrum of disease.
Medical students learn about fungal and yeast problems, but only in a limited way.
They know that AIDS patients have severe yeast and fungal infections and need long-term anti-fungal treatment. People with diabetes tend to grow yeast because yeast likes sugar.
Babies get thrush and need antifungal treatment. Women get vaginal Candida yeast infections. All of these are well-accepted and treatable problems, unfortunately more subtle problems related to yeast are usually ignored and not linked to patient’s complaints.
If a subject is not taught in medical school, it is assumed not to be real, medical history proves this is a dangerous assumption.
Due to the molecular structure of yeast, unlike fungus, it can travel unimpaired from organ to organ throughout the human body.
Yeast also forces cellular activity in the human body which can cause ancillary adverse health effects which many doctors cannot associate with mold exposure or mold sickness. If yeast is in the body it must be addressed at the same time as any fungal components or secondary metabolites if the patient is to fully recover.
Failure to do so will result in patient relapse.
Systemic Yeast Infections and Mold Sickness
Yeast infections mold sickness in the human body can infect virtually every organ.
Most people when they think of yeast they think in terms of vaginal or oral infection.
Rarely do people understand that yeast infections mold sickness in the human body can infect the skin, eyes, nose, throat, lungs, sinuses, and internal organs.
Yeast infections mold sickness in the human body when left untreated have been documented to cause serious illnesses and death.
The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease understands the synergy of fungal / mold growth and yeast in the environment as well as in the human body and can provide effective mold treatment.