Where do you fall on the spectrum of candida overgrowth severity? Here are the key symptoms associated with each stage (see the video for a full listing):
Stage 1 symptoms include bladder weakness, bad breath and body odor, vaginal yeast infections, severe PMS, gas and heartburn, new allergies, unexplained anger/rage and, of course, strong sugar and alcohol cravings.
Signs of Stage 2 are unexplained weight gain, ear infections or tinnitus, chronic joint pain or arthritis, acid reflux, headaches or migraines, bladder and urinary tract infections and potentially endometriosis.
Emerging issues with Stage 3 are mental confusion, forgetfulness, inability to concentrate, dyslexic behavior, muscle twitching, IBS, hypoglycemia, thyroid issues and possible infertility.
With Stage 4, endocrine and/or adrenal system problems can occur, severe constipation, full-body muscle weakness or hives,
And people unfortunate enough to reach Stage 5 encounter whole body infestation with impact on all organs, impacts that are potentially fatal.
For more information, visit the blog post 5 Stages of Candida Overgrowth…and what to do about it.