What is Candidiasis?
Candidiasis is a fungal infection that originates in the intestine due to the growth of the candida fungus and affects the mucous membranes of the body. The fungus - candida Albicans is the most frequent variety - it resides in our intestine in equilibrium with other bacteria but excessive growth, especially after an alteration of the immune system, can break the balance of the intestinal flora with serious consequences for health and Candidiasis Treatment in Delhi NCR.
In normal conditions, the candida fulfills its metabolic functions eliminating food remains that have not been absorbed, ferments the sugars, absorbs heavy metals or, maintains the pH of our blood. However, when it overgrows it can develop a chronic disease that affects even our brain.
Candida can occur in yeast or mushroom form and its incidence is increasing, especially among immunosuppressed patients. The prevalence of this disease is higher among people who have been hospitalized for long periods of time, follow a long-spectrum antibiotic treatment, or have undergone a catheter or tube.
Chronic candidiasis, which originates in the intestine, manifests itself with a series of nonspecific and varied symptoms that mainly affect the intestine: bloating and flatulence, constipation or diarrhea, and indigestion and intolerance to certain foods. In addition, candidiasis affects mood as it causes depression and irritation, headache or tiredness.
If you want to know how to eliminate intestinal candidiasis, we can tell you that Dr. PK Gupta is specialized Candidiasis Treatment in Delhi NCR Our experience has shown us that the symptomatic treatment of the disease improves people's daily lives but does not regulate the balance of bacterial flora.
In our clinic we have a specific unit to respond to chronic candidiasis. With a personalized treatment protocol and more efficient appliances and techniques such as ozone therapy, the colon hydrotherapy, or the anti-infective sueroterapia, we managed to stop the disease.
The Candidiasis treatment in Delhi also requires great commitment on the part of the patient and the regulation of their life habits, especially with regard to food.