CANDIDA ANXIETY

Anxiety is described as the experience of intense restlessness and the inability to maintain calmness due to the increasing low level of panic. Clinical research has proved that candida is the root cause of almost all cases of anxiety. This is because the presence of excess candida in our system produces numerous toxic chemicals in the blood stream which the liver will not be able to completely eliminate anxiety attack symptomseffectively.

The increase in concentration of these toxic chemicals affects our nervous systems. They are the ones that trigger anxiety in many patients. An occurrence recorded after patients have consumed foods such as alcohol or B vitamins

What conventional means of treating Candida assume is the eventual mental health effect after reducing the Candida level to normal. This effect has been researched to arise from the Brain. Many shoulder that after treating Candia which occurs at our Intestinal system, there could be nothing of great concern to require further Medication attention. However, a record of increased anxiety on candida patients disputed this fact.

How the Gastro-intestinal Tract affects the Brain

For any form of candida treatment to be proved effective, any form of anxiety or mood imbalance must be well addressed. Anxiety is a mental health effect that falls among other mood imbalances conditions such as depression, irritability, lack of concentration, poor memory and brain Fog.

Our Gut secretes about 90- 95 % of a neurotransmitter known as Serotonin. The secretion of this neurotransmitter ensures that there is proper regulation of our mood. Hence a deficiency of serotonin neurotransmitter can lead to mood imbalance. The causes of this anxiety disorder symptomsinsufficiency are:

  • The overgrowth of candida in our tracts creates a layer that covers the intestinal walls. This layer actually inhibits the production of serotonin. Thus a low level of this neurotransmitter leads to increased anxiety.
  • Majority of antidepressant are known to block the brains receptors for serotonin. Therefore caution must be taken towards the intake of antidepressant for candida patients’

The provision of an effective mode of medication to Candida patient must not only address the overgrowth of this fungus but also reduce the anxiety level in patients.

7 thoughts on “CANDIDA ANXIETY”

  1. Thanks for this really simple and comprehensive post on candida anxiety. I have heard quite a little about the topic before now and have always wanted to know more. I now have a better understanding of what causes anxiety and hopefully, I’ll look out for more of your educational post.

  2. Hi Therese. Thank you for the comment. I am doing more research and going to put more information on my site. I have also information about alzheimers also. If you want to know what would help with that , let me know.

  3. I’ve heard that chemical processes take their toll on the nerves as well.
    This doesn’t surprise me. A sudden feeling of fear like out of nowhere, and there’s no reason for it….
    Think I’ll be more vigilent about anti-candida dieting….
    Thanks for the info!!

    A bit of feedback:
    I think you research well. I’d love to see more articles from you.

    Greetings
    Therese

  4. Wow, what an interesting idea that anxiety and candida are related. I sometimes have mild anxiety, so maybe I will look into the possibility of a candida problem. Thanks!

  5. As a High School Educator, I see a lot of students who have the symptoms you mention here in this article.  Very interesting inforamtion.  I look forward to reading more of the articles in you blog.

  6. Sundra,

    Interesting analysis. I had never even heard of Candida before visiting your site.

    I can see how it would affect your moods, especially since it blocks the production of serotonin. 

    I have heard that there is a "second" brain in the gut, and I wonder if the Candida could adversly affect it as well?

    I'm going to have my daughter check out your site, as she has some issues that sound like they may be related to this problem.

    Thanks for the research and sharing!

    Roger

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