Candida Albicans

Candida Albicans

Natural candidiasis treatment

Candida imbalance can affect your body in many ways. From depression to skin itching, the overgrowth of Candida in your digestive system can lead to many seemingly unrelated symptoms. Our team of Naturopaths, Acupuncturists and Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners can provide holistic healthcare solutions for Candida Albicans overgrowth.

Natural candida relief. We have many speciality areas which offer complete and holistic healthcare solutions to provide a safe, supportive and natural Candida treatment.

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What is candida?

Candida is a fungus (a form of yeast) which is naturally present in small amounts in the digestive tract.

Candida overgrowth

Candida overgrowth can occur when the healthy bacteria are killed off due to prolonged or the overuse of antibiotics which allows the Candida to take over resulting in a chronic intestinal infection. Candia infection can also be caused by:

  • Overconsumption of meat containing antibiotics
  • Birth control pills
  • Cortisone and other steroids and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
  • A diet high in refined or simple carbohydrates such as sugar, lollies, cookies, junk food
  • Excessive alcohol intake

Candida symptoms

Everyone can get Candidiasis, men, women, and children. The complex female hormone system increases the occurrence and severity of Candida in women. Candida symptoms can be grouped into broad categories:

  • Emotional and mental problems - depression, anxiety, memory difficulties, concentration issues, drowsiness and lethargy
  • Hormonal - disrupted hormone production in the thyroid, adrenal glands, ovaries, pituitary gland or testes cause the entire endocrine system to function poorly.
  • Hypersensitivity reactions to Candida or its by-products - asthma headaches, hay fever, earaches, skin rashes
  • Intestinal and genitourinary tracts - yeast vaginitis, menstrual issues, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, wind, inflammation of the prostate, oesophagus, colon and bladder
  • Nose and throat - sinus headaches, sinus congestion and pressure, white furry tongue
  • Skin - skin itching, deep ear itching

Natural candida treatment

Candida treatment must be consistent and ongoing, sometimes for up to a year or more, to prevent the Candida overgrowth from returning. Close supervision of treatment is essential to prevent the Candida being killed off too fast if this occurs the body is flooded with toxins which are released from the dying fungus. These toxins can cause further symptoms.

Each treatment program needs to be catered to your specific requirements to ensure long-term balance is restored to the body. Our team of natural health professionals will carry out an in-depth analysis of your system to provide safe, effective treatment of Candida Albicans overgrowth.

Book in for a consultation with our team today and take a holistic approach to Candida Albicans.

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Specific Therapists

  • Greg Bantick

    Chinese Medicine,Acupuncture


    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency - Chinese Medicine Board of Australia
    Greg Bantick has been in practice since 1975 in a wide variety of clinical settings. He has particular interests in dermatology, digestive, mood and auto-immune disorders.

  • Tina White



    Tina has over 30 year’s clinical practice in natural therapies. As a practitioner in Naturopathy and Acupuncture, Tina has remarkable insight coupled with a caring nature and is a beacon of hope for those she serves.

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    Page last updated 12-Feb-2020


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