Stages of Candida Overgrowth

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There are 5 Stages of Candida Overgrowth

To find out which stage you are in, please check all symptoms that apply:

stage 1

  • Vaginal yeast infections
  • Severe PMS
  • Unexplained anger/rage
  • Bad breath, body odor
  • Recurring thrush
  • Bladder weakness
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Gas, heartburn, bloating
  • Skin conditions – rash, eczema, acne, sun spots, liver spots
  • Recurring bronchitis, sinusitis, tonsillitis, strep, staph infections
  • Allergies to foods, chemicals, dust, fungus, yeast, molds
  • Cravings for sugar and/or alcohol

stage 2

  • Unexplained weight gain
  • Inability to keep weight on
  • Ear infections or tinnitus (ringing in ears)
  • Chronic muscle, joint, and body pain or arthritis
  • Headaches and/or migraines
  • Fatigue
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Endometriosis
  • Infant or adult reflux
  • Dizziness/vertigo
  • Bladder infections and/or UTIs

stage 3

  • Forgetfulness, memory loss, mental confusion
  • Inability to concentrate or focus
  • Unable to think of words
  • Switching around words and letters when speaking or writing
  • Irrational thoughts, phobias, panic/anxiety attacks, unusual fears
  • Loss of skills you previously had (ie., typing or playing music)
  • Muscle twitching
  • Violence, depression, aggression
  • Epileptic seizures
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Diabetes and/or Hypoglycemia
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Infertility

stage 4

  • Adrenal gland failure
  • Endocrine system failure
  • Severe constipation
  • Total muscle weakness
  • Hives

causes of a candida fungal yeast infection

About the Stages and What to do Next

STAGE ONE

  • Affects the mucous membranes of the body
  • Symptoms manifest in mouth, nose, skin, sexual organs, respiratory system

STRATEGY 1: If you have only a few symptoms in Stage 1, you may be able to resolve your symptoms by using probiotics and adjusting your diet to stop feeding the yeast.

STRATEGY 2: If you have many symptoms in Stage 1, this indicates that gut dysbyoseis has progressed and there is good probability of some gut damage. Dietary change and some steps to heal the gut such as GAPS diet may be necessary and will help the healing process. CCWS is definitely recommended to remove any fungal candida that could continue to spread if left unchecked. Probiotics are recommended and zeolites/charcoal to remove toxins.

STAGE TWO

  • Includes symptoms in Stage One, with more chronic reactions and generalized disorder
  • The infection has begun to spread to other organs, which indicates a likely presence of leaky gut syndrome (gut damage), and the presence of fungal candida.

STRATEGY 1: CCWS is recommended to remove fungal candida, probiotics to repopulate, and zeolites/charcoal to remove toxins. Dietary changes are recommended to reduce inflammation and promote healing: Anti-candida, Paleo diet, AIP, SCD, ketogenic, GAPS.

STRATEGY 2: If you have struggled with this stage for some time, and/or you have many symptoms in stage 2, you may want to use more than one bottle of CCWS for your first cleanse. AIP, SCD, or GAPS diet is recommended to help the gut heal so as to prevent reinfection of fungal candida. Client may want to keep CCWS on hand for follow up cleansing in the case of reinfection while gut healing.

STAGE THREE

  • Includes symptoms from Stage 1 & 2, in Stage 3 the behavior and mental health becomes affected

STRATEGY: More than 1 CCWS is recommended to remove fungal candida, probiotics to repopulate, and zeolites/charcoal to remove toxins. If you have struggled with this stage for some time, and/or you have many symptoms in stage 3, you may want to start with 3 consecutive bottles of CCWS. GAPS diet is highly recommended to help the gut heal so as to prevent reinfection of fungal candida. Client may want to keep CCWS on hand for follow up cleansing in the case of reinfection while gut healing. Additional supplements and practices to support digestion and organ function (liver, kidneys) are highly recommended.

STAGE FOUR

  • Symptoms of earlier stages are present
  • The infection is systemic and begins to shut down organs and systems

STRATEGY: Client may want to work with a practitioner to make sure excretory system is functioning.GAPS diet is highly recommended to help the gut heal and help client begin some detox, while strengthening the immune system for cleansing from Candida. Probiotics and zeolites/charcoal to remove toxins. For the best results, client may want to start with 3 consecutive bottles of CCWS. GAPS diet is highly recommended to continue healing the gut so as to prevent reinfection of fungal candida. Client may want to keep CCWS on hand for follow up cleansing in the case of reinfection while gut healing. Additional supplements and practices to support digestion and organ function (liver, kidneys) are highly recommended.

STAGE FIVE

  • At this stage, the infection has spread to the entire body and the organs shut down.
  • The individual may die.
  • Systemic fungal infection is emerging as a significant cause of mortality in immunocompromised individuals. We urge you to address your fungal infection before you ever reach this stage.

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