Candida Elimination Program To Reduce Night Sweats

Candida Elimination Program To Reduce Night Sweats

Someone I know has had problems with yeast for about 15 years. On and off during that period, he would have soaking night sweats, which he believes are better since taking the candida elimination program.

His other symptoms included gastrointestinal problems, acid reflux, eventually itching skin, those annoying zit-like sores on his scalp, brain fog or lack-of energy, and depression issues. As it turns out, he has got mercury toxicity.

His wife just Candida:

Itchy skin and night sweats over the past year or so. They have both been on yeast diets and that has helped. He is curious how many others have experienced night sweats. He feels like he picked up some super strain of yeast during his college days long ago, has never been able to really rid himself of it, and now has passed it on to his wife due to his constant battles with yeast. Night sweats are pretty disconcerting. When they first happened to them, he had himself tested for AIDS and that is not an issue. He can’t seem to pin the sweats on anything but maybe yeast.

Night sweats are one of the things that have been reduced by this candida elimination program, for me anyway. But occasionally I will still get them. In fact I did get them 2 nights ago. I don’t know if they are symptoms that I have gotten too lax with my program, or if they are a detox symptom.

I am trying to Candida:

My state of health years ago. I was only about 36 and I got flushed cheeks and the sweats for about 2 hours every day at about 5-6 PM. I blamed sugar for it, but I wasn’t all that familiar with candida at the time. Several people suggested that I might be affected, but each of them had gone through a fortune in alternative medicine treatments and was no better for it. But, there seems to be better information nowadays, although still much disagreement as to what is best.

How does it work?

The technology is similar to an MRI scanner and look much the same. Depending on the treatment you will either sit up or lay down whilst the magnetic therapy is administered.

This non-invasive therapy uses magnetic resonance to spin the hydrogen atoms in the affected area. This resonance has the effect of encouraging the cartilage and bone to repair itself.

Does it work?

To date over 50,000 patients have been treated. The technology was first developed in Germany and first introduced in 1999 after 6 years of development and testing. This technology is now used in many countries around the world.

There have now been many medical studies on MBST to measure the results of treatments. Most of the studies have been conducted in reputable medical establishments, universities and centres of excellence across Europe.

Can anyone be treated?

Most people with arthritic or bone conditions or injuries particularly sports injuries can benefit from this type of treatment. There are some patients with certain conditions that cannot be treated. If you are pregnant or have been confirmed HIV positive you cannot take the treatment. If you have any medical implants such as pacemakers or insulin pumps you can not treate.

What is a typical Candida?

There are different treatments for different conditions. There is usually a series of 3 to 10 one hour sessions which usually need to be performed on consecutive days. This procedure is non invasive and does not involve any surgery and you do not need to take any additional medication. MBST treatment is performed fully clothed.

You should ensure that you drink plenty of water before, during and after each session. Caffeine drinks should be avoided and physical stress should be avoided for up to two weeks after the Candida.

How will I know that the treatment was successful?

Different patients have reported different results. Some patients see an immediate improvement by the next day. The treatment is intended to show improvement over a number of months. You should see a continual improvement with a subsiding of any pain previously caused by your condition. This should coincide with increased mobility and flexibility.

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