Co-existence of Conditions: Fungal, Candida, IBS and Psoriasis
Fungal Conditions, Candida, IBS and Psoriasis may Co-exist
There are numerous forms of Candida – a fungal condition that is normally resident in everyone’s body to a small degree, but which is magnified in some people who have genetic weakness towards it, especially in the mouth, flexural and other moist areas.*
This weakness is prominent when patients have skin conditions such as some types of Psoriasis (i.e. Pustular Psoriasis), eczema etc., as the integrity of the skin is weakened, thus leaving it vulnerable to other conditions, such as fungal problems.
Further, other symptoms including IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), or other diseases and weaknesses in the gastro-intestinal system, also often co-exist with auto-immune conditions due to the persons body having its resistance depleted through diet imbalances, nutrient uptake blockages, viral illnesses, various medicines and symptomatic cycles which have been set up in the body, which, unless that cycle is broken, will unlikely correct the weaknesses which are leaving the body vulnerable.
Overall, Candida can become out of control in a body which is severely compromised and highly acidic.
We use natural protocols that have been honed over almost 3 decades. Patients regularly obtain significant reduction in their symptoms of Psoriasis and other skin condition symptoms, through the treatment provided to them by our Practitioner, Moree Coburn who has been personally trained by and uses the protocols and products of Professor Michael Tirant of Psoriasis & Eczema Clinic. See: http://www.sydneypsoriasis.com.au/about-us/ *
*DISCLAIMER: results may vary by person to person