Yeast Infections

Yeast Infections: The significance of yeast in the diagnosis of mold exposure is commonly overlooked.

Due to the molecular structure of yeast, unlike fungus, it can travel unimpaired from organ to organ throughout the human body. Yeast also forces cellular activity in the human body, which can cause ancillary adverse health effects which many doctors cannot associate with mold exposure or mold sickness.

yeast infections

Common yeast infections may be a sign of mold exposure such as, “Thrush”, yeast colonization in the mouth, usually seen as white or brown patches on the tongue. Vaginal yeast infections are also another indicator of mold exposure, especially if they are chronic.

If yeast is in the body it must be addressed at the same time as any fungal components or secondary metabolites if the patient is to fully recover. Failure to do so will result in patient relapse.

Systemic Yeast Infections and Mold

Systemic Yeast Infection

Systemic Yeast Infection – Yeast can infect virtually every organ and area of the human body. Most people when they think of yeast they think in terms of vaginal or oral infection. Rarely do people understand that yeast can infect the skin, eyes, nose, throat, lungs, sinuses, and internal organs.

Yeast infections when left untreated have been documented to cause serious illnesses and death. National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease understands the synergy of fungal / mold growth and yeast in the environment as well as in the human body.

The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease can provide effective treatment for both.