How To Get Rid Of Yeast Infections Once And For All

Table of contents

The general yeast infection facts that you must know
What is yeast?
You are covered in (and full of) fungus
A general overview of how yeast infections happen
You have natural defenses
How does yeast mold get its nutrition?
What conditions are best for a yeast infection to develop?
Summary so far
What is vaginitis?
General overview
Possible symptoms
But, beware
Specific steps for preventing vaginitis
Consider the clothes you wear
Be aware of your hormones
Beware of irritating chemicals
Sexual practices
Pre-existing medical conditions
Lifestyle considerations
A weakened immune system and stress
Perhaps the number one enemy is
The critical importance of diet
Some things are deadly for Candida
Topical vaginal yeast infection treatments


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
place; and
• 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.