There are times whenever we need to take antibiotics and unfortunately, it is usually whenever we are very sick. For years, doctors have been prescribing antibiotics anytime somebody had a sniffle and this has caused a lot of problems for individuals as a result. The reason why this is the case is because antibiotics are not very discriminate when it comes to the type of bacteria that they kill. Yes, they do get rid of the bacteria that is causing our problems in many cases but they also kill any good bacteria along with it.

One of the reasons why we have yeast infections is because of antibiotic use. They reduce our immune system to the extent where we are unable to fight off yeast that is naturally present in our bodies at all times. Once this yeast begins to grow, it soon gets a foothold and it is difficult to remove from its place. Unfortunately, many people try to get rid of the yeast by using a pharmaceutical cure and this simply throws them into a downward spiral. With each new yeast infection, the strain is stronger and it is more and more difficult for you to get rid of it by the same means. Eventually, it turns into what is called a superinfection which is impossible to cure by a drugstore potion.

If at all possible, you should avoid taking antibiotics because it is more than likely that you are going to suffer from yeast infections as a result. If you are currently taking antibiotics and your doctor agrees to it, you may want to stop taking them and try to take care of whatever problem you have naturally. There are times, however, whenever we may not be able to stop taking antibiotics because of a life-threatening situation that we have. What do we do then?

If we must take antibiotics regularly, we need to make sure that we keep our body in as good of condition as we possibly can. Although we cannot build up bacteria in our body whenever we are taking antibiotics, we can’t help it to fight off yeast infections by eating the right foods, drinking plenty of water and getting exercise on a daily basis. By improving our health as much is possible, we may not only be able to get rid of the yeast infections but we may reduce our dependency on antibiotics as well.

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