Invasive Systemic Candidiasis is among the most important causes of many ailments and disease. At it’s extreme it has been credited with inducing CFS/ME, MS, IBS, Adrenal and ADHD. So what’s it, how can we get it and how can we stop it? Most individuals are aware of this fungus candida and what happens when it gets a little excited.


Conditions like vaginal or oral thrush, tinea, jock itch and the like are bothersome at least, debilitating at their worst, but managed properly these can easily be diagnosed and easily treated. But what if we do not completely get the disease back under control? Or what if there are no discernible symptoms and we miss it? If you’re healthy then in many cases this is no issue, the fragile balance of organisms will be restored and you’ll not be any worse off. However in the event that you have a compromised immune system whatsoever there’s the very real likelihood that the infection will find it’s way into the blood and start to cause issues with the inner workings and systems.

This is suitably named Invasive Systemic Candidiasis. The significant problem with this is that due to the range of parts which may be attacked the signs can be too subtle or varied for a definite diagnosis to be attained. So how can Invasive Systemic Candidiasis occur? Through an untreated main disease – tinea, thrush or some candida skin infection that spreads to the intestinal tract, through any open wound, operation, a long course of antibiotics, catheterization or with diminished – caused by anxiety, other illness, malnutrition, drug taking or any number of different causes.

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Invasive Systemic Candidiasis frequently first spreads into the Gl tract causing digestive problems such as; gas, cramps, diarrhea, , , indigestion, and nausea. Additionally, it creates significant cravings for sugar, starches and alcohol. If left untreated, the yeast can enter the bloodstream and spread throughout the body. At this time, the immune system is put under far too much pressure and starts to falter. These are only some of the numerous indicators of Invasive Systemic Candidiasis and they may be worsened when you have eaten foods containing high levels of sugar or yeast. The intensity of the symptoms may also increase if you’re in touch with a moist, humid or humid atmosphere.