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5 Stages of Candida Overgrowth…and what to do about it

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.

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