Are you looking for a safe, fast and permanent cure for your chronic yeast infection? Get Rid of that Yeast Infection Right Now and For Good!
The term vaginitis is one that is applied to any inflammation or infection
of the vagina, and there are many different conditions that are
categorized together under this ‘broad’ heading, including bacterial
vaginosis, trichomoniasis and non-infectious vaginitis.
However, for most women, the most common form of vaginitis is that
caused by a yeast infection.
Because this is the most common form of vaginitis, this is therefore the
particular form of infection that is going to be investigated and analyzed
in this book. In this book, you are going to discover:
• Exactly what a yeast infection of this nature is;
• Why it happens;
• Why it is so often difficult to stop it coming back again time after
time – this is something that you absolutely have to know;
• What you can do to prevent the condition occurring in the first
• How to treat the condition when it does arise.
This book is not written with the intention of creating anything that
resembles a medical-textbook style document, however.
On the contrary, it is intended to be a straightforward, no-nonsense
guide to this particular form of yeast infection that can act as a practical
hands-on guide to what to do and what not to do should you be
unfortunate enough to contract this kind of infection.
As it is estimated that at some time in their lives, three out of every
four women will suffer vaginitis caused by a yeast infection, the chances
are pretty high that you might suffer one day even if you have been
fortunate enough not to have done so thus far.
By reading this book and learning what causes the condition and what
you can do to prevent it, you can reduce or perhaps even remove the
chances of a yeast infection becoming an embarrassing, itchy or even
painful part of you life.
As prevention of any medical condition is always better than having to
cure that condition after it has already set in, the information you are
going to pick up from reading this book is absolutely essential for every
woman, irrespective of their age or their country.
The general yeast infection facts that you must
What is yeast?
Yeast is a fungus, so it is a close cousin of mushrooms, toadstools,
truffles and puffballs. According to current scientific research, over
100,000 different types of fungus have already been identified, but
some estimates suggest that as many as 1.5 million different strains of
fungi could exist.
Fungi are not plants, because they lack the chlorophyll that is a primary
characteristic of plants. Another factor that distinguishes fungi from
plants is their inability to make their own food.
They inhabit climates that range anywhere from cool to tropical, and
can be found even in the air that we breathe every day. Fungi will most
commonly be found in moist environs, so that they thrive in leftover
foods and fruit materials, damp, windfall leafs, soil, manure, brackish
water and any other similar environment where nourishment is readily
Many fungi are ‘good’ as far as man is concerned. For example, in
addition to mushrooms and truffles, without fungus we would have no
bread or beer, because it is the yeast that is added to the bread or beer
making process that turns it into what it eventually becomes. Without
fungus, the world would be one enormous landfill site, because it is
fungus that breaks down trash and thereby returns it to the constituent
parts that are eventually returned to the soil.
So, fungi have many characteristics for which we should be grateful.
That is not however always true…
You are covered in (and full of) fungus….
Whilst it may sound a bit unpleasant, almost from the moment we are
born, every person on the face of the earth is living in their own
personal primordial soup of micro-organisms such as bacteria, fungi and
yeast. These microbes live on your skin, in your mouth, nose and
digestive tract so that every part of you both externally and internally is
awash with microbes from the moment you are born until you take your
very last breath.
It is estimated that among these micro-organisms that live on and in
you throughout your life, there are several hundred different types of
yeasts. Fortunately, only a very small handful of these yeast cultures
are potentially harmful, with the primary cause of yeast infections being
one particular strain known as Candida albicans.
This is a yeast that lives in the mouth, throat, nose, intestines and all
over the skin of most normal