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Yeast Syndrome
by Ron Kennedy, M.D., Santa Rosa, California

Introduction

The Yeast Syndrome, also known as chronic candidiasis, the chronic candida
syndrome, and candida related complex is still unaccepted by some medical
doctors. The habit of the medical establishment, in general, is to not
accept as real any symptom complex which they do not understand. The effects
of chronic yeast infestation in the intestine are so widespread in the body
that it does not at first seem logical that one thing could cause all this.
Many a patient have been branded hypochondriac, malingering, neurotic, and
hysteric who appeared in doctors' offices with this complex, confusing
symptomatology. One of the symptoms is irritability and this quality has
tended to alienate doctors, leaving both doctor and patient frustrated.
Also, doctors are accustomed to think that if routine blood tests show
nothing, then nothing is wrong. Chronic yeast, in fact, shows nothing on
routine blood tests.

The incidence of yeast syndrome is remarkably high. In my practice signs and
symptoms suggesting yeast syndrome are present in of new patients. This
can be attributed to the commonness of factors thought to lead to a
predisposition to this health problem. The three most important factors
favoring the development of this syndrome are the presence of dental amalgam
and resultant mercury toxicity, the use (and overuse) of antibiotics and the
high carbohydrate content of the typical western diet. All three of these
predisposing factors are widely prevalent in the modern western world and
both favor the growth of yeast. To be correct - yeast, fungus, and anaerobic
bacteria as "yeast syndrome" always involves all three. In this article,
when I write "yeast," I am referring to all three - yeast, fungus, and
anaerobic bacteria. This condition is also know as dysbiosis. Persistent
bloating and flatulence unrelated to specific foods are the consistent
symptoms.

Antibiotics, especially Tetracycline, long used at the drop of a hat by
doctors eager for a simple answer to complex health problems, kill off
bacteria which are needed for normal digestion. In their relative absence
intestinal yeast are able to proliferate beyond their normal bounds. Add to
this the excessive intake of not only simple sugars but "high glycemic
index" carbohydrates such as breads, pastas, potatoes, and rice which
convert to simple sugars in short order, and yeast organisms are provided
with their basic food group. Under these conditions yeast can proliferate
and cause symptoms even in people with normal immune systems.

Symptoms of yeast syndrome are caused by the normal byproducts of yeast
metabolism. Candida has been found to produce 79 distinct toxins. The human
body must dispose of these toxins. They easily diffuse throughout the body
and no organ system is immune to the effects they produce.

Yeast, once it takes hold in the intestinal mucosa, is difficult to
eliminate and if eliminated, tends to return over and over. Dietary changes
which control yeast overgrowth must become a life style change in order to
be meaningful as a long term prevention. Once having dominated the
intestinal mucosa, yeast renders the mucosa partially incompetent to
regulate the entry of digested food into the intestine. This cir***stance is
called the "leaky gut syndrome" and what leaks into the circulation are long
chain polypeptides (partially digested protein). These molecules can set off
the immune system into inappropriate action as they are recognized as
"foreign" by the immune system. The antibodies which are produced may attack
host tissue and this may account for some autoimmune diseases.

Yeast overgrowth is implicated in many forms of psoriasis and other
dermatoses (Skinner, Crook, James, Oranje, Buslau), also in infantile
seborrheic dermatitis (Bothe, Busacker, Reinel).

The physician responsible for highly publicizing the Candida syndrome is Dr.

Symptoms of Yeast Syndrome:

Fatigue or lethargy

Feeling of being drained

Depression or manic depression

Numbness, burning, or tingling

Headaches

Muscle Aches

Muscle weakness or paralysis

Pain and/or swelling in joints

Abdominal Pain

Constipation and/or diarrhea

Bloating, belching or intestinal gas

Troublesome ******l burning, itching or discharge in women

Prostatitis in men

Impotence

Loss of ***ual desire or feeling

Endometriosis or infertility

Cramps and/or other menstrual irregularities

Premenstrual tension

Attacks of anxiety or crying

Cold hands or feet, low body temperature

Hypothyroidism

Shaking or irritable when hungry

Cystitis or interstitial cystitis

Drowsiness

Irritability

Poor coordination

Frequent mood swings

Insomnia

Dizziness/loss of balance

Pressure above ears...feeling of head swelling

Sinus problems...tenderness of cheekbones or forehead

Tendency to bruise easy

Eczema, itching eyes

Psoriasis

Chronic hives (urticaria)

Indigestion or heartburn

Sensitivity to milk, wheat, corn or other common foods

Mucous in stools

Rectal itching

Dry mouth or throat

Mouth rashes including white tongue

Bad breath

Foot, hair, or body odor not relieved by washing

Nasal congestion or post nasal drip

Nasal itching

Sore throat

Laryngitis, loss of voice

Cough or recurrent bronchitis

Pain or tightness in chest

Wheezing or shortness of breath

Urinary frequency or urgency

Burning on urination

Spots in front of eyes or erratic vision

Burning or tearing eyes

Recurrent infections or fluid in ears

Ear pain or deafness

Inability to concentrate

Skin problems (hives, athlete's foot, fungus infection of the nails, jock
itch, psoriasis (including of the scalp) or other chronic skin rashes)

Gastrointestinal symptoms (constipation, abdominal pain, diarrhea, gas, or
bloating)

Symptoms involving the reproductive organs

Muscular and nervous system symptoms (including aching or swelling in your
muscles and joints, numbness, burning or tingling, muscle weakness or
paralysis)

Recurrent ear problems resulting in antibiotic therapy

Respiratory symptoms

Lupus

Hyperactivity/Attention Deficit Disorder

Recurrent ******l yeast infections in women

High sugar foods drastically increase symptoms

Inflammation of the hair follicles (candidiasis folliculitis) of various
parts of the body (feet, legs, arms)

Extreme lethargy

Diarrhea, chronic gas, abdominal cramps alleviated by bowel movements.
Perhaps labeled with the term "irritable bowel syndrome"

Lactose intolerance

Anxiety

Allergies and allergy symptoms, chemical sensitivities

Panic attacks

Sinus problems

Eye fatigue

Muscle weakness and bone pain

White tongue coating

Psoriasis/seborrheic dermatitis/dandruff, dry, itchy skin

Rectal itching

Swollen lips/face

Symptoms worse after waking

Facial rash

Avoiding food helps to alleviate symptoms

Hives

Chronic inflammation and irritation of the eye and conjunctiva

Feeling of being intoxicated which leads to a "hangover feeling" (due to
fermentation and alcohol production by yeast)

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Treatment:

I have replaced traditional therapies for Yeast Syndrome with the German
SanPharma and Pekana remedies. Why? Because they work, are simple and
straight forward and the old therapies did not work so well. For a fuller
descripton of my current thinking on this subject, go to this article:

Mercury, Gut Wall Infection, and Fatigue
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