This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol was designed specifically to help your body cure and get rid of Yeast Infection.
Are you or someone you love suffering from Yeast Infection and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including Yeast infection with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our Yeast Infection sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our Yeast Infection sound therapy helps by:
- Decrease itching and soreness in the vagina and/or vulvar area
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Introduction to Yeast Infection
Vaginal yeast infection is an uncomfortable condition that most women will experience at least once in their lifetime. These are the common symptoms:
- Itching in the vagina and/or vulvar area;
- Burning sensation in the vagina and/or vulvar area;
- Soreness in the vagina and/or vulvar area;
- Pain during intercourse and or urination
- Vaginal discharge
Vaginal yeast infection can be easily diagnosed by a lab test. There are many anti-fungal medicines, creams and suppositories that are used to treat a yeast infection, but some have nasty, unwanted side effects.
Sound Therapy has no side effects at all, just results. Sound gently reminds your body at what frequencies it should be vibrating at to be at optimal health and your body makes the changes that are needed to heal itself. Your yeast infection not only goes away, but your whole body will feel better for having used it.
Give our CD on Yeast Infections a try and we guarantee that it will work for you. It it doesn’t, you simply return the CD and we will immediately refund your money.
Short Description of Yeast Infection
Yeast is part of the normal flora of a healthy vagina. However, when the yeast grows too much it can lead to an infection. Yeast infections can be quite irritating and uncomfortable to the patient. Yeast infections are also known as vulvovaginal candidiasis. The medical term for a yeast infection is candidiasis as the fungi known as Candida cause it. Yeast infection can also occur on different parts of the body and may affect the mouth, esophagus and skin and may cause sepsis when it infects the bloodstream.
Symptoms of Yeast Infection
Mouth – presence of curd-like white patches (thrush) inside the mouth on the tongue and palate.
Esophagus – difficulty in swallowing (dysphagia) and chestpain
Skin – patches of red, moist, weepy skin
Vagina – itchiness and soreness, vaginal discharges like soft cottage cheese, pain and discomfort during intercourse.
Sepsis – Fever, shock and multiple organ failure
About Yeast Infection
The fungi known as Candida albicans for the most part cause yeast infection in women. This fungi can be found almost everywhere in the environment. Some can live normally or harmlessly along with other native species of bacteria that are normally seen in the mouth, GIT and the vagina. Under normal conditions the growth of Candida is kept at a healthy minimum first by other native bacteria and a healthy immune system. Know that if the population of healthy bacteria is reduced due to the need to use antibiotics or if the body moisture that surrounds native bacteria undergoes a change in its pH and chemistry it can result to overgrowth of the yeast resulting to a yeast contamination. A yeast contamination can wreak havoc on different parts of the body by causing either localized or severe infections depending on the health and immune status of the individual affected. A yeast contagion can cause symptoms even in healthy individuals. Normally, it may be limited to the areas of the mouth, genital area (vagina) in women or skin. However, people with an immunocompromised status such as those that have major illness or taking medications such as steroids or anticancer medications are not just more likely to develop a simple yeast problem but a more severe internal infectivity as well.
Etiology of Yeast Infection
As mentioned above, the primary culprit involved in a yeast infection is the fungus known as Candida albicans however; other species may also cause a health risk. As a rule, the bacteria Lactobacillus ensures that there is no yeast overgrowth that happens but in the event that it dwindles in numbers, symptoms of Candida can occur. Know that yeast infections in the vagina is not considered to be a sexually transmitted disease but may spread through oral-genital contact during intercourse. Yeast disease more particularly vaginal candidiasis is quite common in the United States and is the second most common type of vaginal disease after bacterial vaginal infections. It is estimated that 1.4 million outpatient visits for yeast contagion occur in the US alone.
Places in the body that may be affected by a yeast infection are:
Thrush – Also known as oral thrush is a mouth infection due to Candida and affects the moist surfaces around the lips, within the cheeks including the tongue and the palate.
Esophagitis – The Candida may spread from the mouth to the esophagus resulting in esophagitis.
Cutaneous (skin) candidiasis – As Candida can be normally be found on the skin, know that it can also cause skin infections such as diaper rash or in areas of the skin that receive little or no ventilation and is usually moist all the time. Some of the most common sites include the diaper area, hands of people that often wear rubber gloves, the rim of skin at the base of the fingernail most especially common in hands that are exposed to too much moisture and in areas around the buttocks and groin as well as the skin folds beneath large breasts.
Vaginal Yeast Infections – As mentioned above, this is not considered as an STD. Statistics show that in a normal lifetime about 75% of women will have at least one vaginal Candida contamination and up to 45% may have two or more infections. Women can be more susceptible to get Candidiasis if they have diabetes or are pregnant. Also, the use of antibiotics and oral contraceptives can increase the likelihood of getting the disease as well. Frequent cleaning or douching of the vagina alters the normal flora within and can result to yeast overgrowth as well.
Candida Sepsis – also known as deep candidiasis, the fungi may infiltrate the bloodstream and spread throughout the body resulting to a severe infection. The condition is common in newborns with very low birth weights as well as in people with a weak immune system due to an illness or because of taking medications like anticancer drugs. Candida can also invade the bloodstream via skin catheters, tracheotomy sites, ventilation tubing or in surgical wounds. The condition can also occur in IV drug abusers, those with very severe burns or wounds due to trauma.
Diagnosis of Yeast Infection
The doctor will ask for a detailed medical history and may ask about your diet, recent use of medication such as oral contraceptives or antibiotics and other medication that may suppress the immune system. In the event that diagnosis is uncertain, a sample may be obtained by gentle scraping of the involved area for laboratory testing and culture. A culture exam is very helpful if a patient has a yeast infection that returns after undergoing treatment. If your healthcare professional suspects that you have an undiagnosed illness like diabetes, cancer or HIV, other blood tests and procedures may help get a diagnosis.
For Candida esophagitis, a specialist may examine the esophagus with an endoscope, a flexible instrument that is gently inserted into the throat that allows the doctor to visualize the area directly. For Candida sepsis, a blood sample will be checked for the growth of fungi and other infectious bacteria.
Duration & Prevention
In an otherwise healthy person, yeast infection has a short duration if proper treatment is initiated. However, for patients with a compromised immune system, Candida can be difficult to treat, as the infection always seems to return even with treatment. The good news is it is easy to prevent Candida infections by ensuring your skin is kept clean and dry and only using antibiotics as advised by a doctor. Following a healthy lifestyle and diet can help immensely in preventing the disease. People with other conditions such as diabetes need to ensure they maintain their blood sugar at normal levels to prevent a yeast contagion.
For women that are susceptible they are advised to:
- First avoid douching products as this disrupts the normal vaginal flora allowing Candida to grow unabated
- Avoiding feminine deodorant products or deodorant pads and tampons
- Using underwear made from cotton and other natural products
- Wear loose fitting pants and skirts can help prevent it
- Women need to wash underwear at high temperature
- Women should avoid the need to wear tight underwear or pantyhose
- Eating a healthy and balanced diet
- Prompt change of wet clothing
- Avoid using hot tubs or hot baths