Is Yeast Causing Your Exhaustion? Take This Simple DIY Test To Get Your Answer

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The lining of the intestines naturally is covered with bacteria, fungi, and even some parasites. The good bugs, or probiotics, work with your body to maintain good digestion. If the balance of good bugs and bad bugs gets thrown off, however, then yeast can take over, and this can cause several problems, and exhaustion is one of them.

Common Symptoms Of Yeast Overgrowth

Chronic fatigue
Loss of energy
Inability to concentrate
Bloating and gas
Recurrent vaginal infections
Athlete’s Foot
Irritable bowel
Itchy ears, skin, anus

What Makes Yeast Overgrow?

1. Overuse of antibiotics
2. Diet high in carbs, sugar soda, and alcohol

How To Test For Yeast Overgrowth

When you wake up in the morning, collect all your saliva in your mouth and spit into a glass of water. Do this immediate when you get up, before your drink or eat anything. Let your glass sit for 15 minutes, then analyze it. If your salvia sits on top of the water then this is a good thing; it means there is no sign of yeast. If, however, your saliva drops and you see sediment on the bottom of your glass or you have feathers or strings of salvia reaching down from the top of the water toward the bottom, then this is a sign that there is excess mucus in your mouth and may be a sign of yeast overgrowth.


How To Balance Your Intestinal Bacteria And Treat Your Exhaustion?

Do the following for 2 weeks.

1. Cut out soda, alcohol, candies, cookies, ice cream, essential all foods with sugar
2. Cut back on the refined carbohydrates that includes the breads and pastas
3. Add fermented foods to your diet such as sauerkraut and kimchi
4. Add lots of fiber to your diet. Eat lots of vegetables, nuts, seeds, and whole grains like quinoa, wild rice, and brown rice
5. Take a probiotic supplement daily

How To Keep Yeast At Bay?

1. Eat two cloves of raw garlic a day
2. Take Thyme Tincture, 1-3 ml 3 times per day. You can apply thyme oil directly to itchy areas of your skin and on athlete’s foot

How Long Does It Take To Reduce The Yeast?

It depends on the how much yeast is in the body. Often those with an overgrowth of yeast will see significant improvement in their energy levels within two weeks. For those with extensive yeast overgrowths, it can take two months or longer.

Source: The Dr. Oz Show



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