Yeast Infection May Causes Your Child’s Chronic Ear Infections
Over 80 % children get at least one ear infection before the age of three. With millions of new sufferers every year, middle ear infections now account for 35%. The antibiotic is the usual course of treatment. The child with chronic infections may cycles in a viscous loop of infection treated with antibiotic or infection with no clear relief. Journal of The American Medical Association published a study in 2010, shows that antibiotic has no noticeable effect on treating ear infections but have potential negative side effects on intestinal flora. Treaded heavily for answers, pediatricians often recommend tube surgery as the second step and repeat this for many cases.
What is candida?
Candida albicans or yeast, have an ability to double its colonies in short time and affect the immune system. Along with other harmful bacteria and viruses it fosters a more toxic environment in the body, resulting a continuous stream of infection in the area of middle ear where candida is in close proximity.
How to identify the symptoms of Candida Overgrowth in Child?
Diaper rashes, eczema, colic, interrupted sleep, white film on the tongue or thrush, excessive crying and digestive disturbances are the common signs of candida overgrowth in babies. In contrast older in children experiences hyperactivity, crankiness, sugar cravings, tantrums, colds and flu are the strong indicators. In such cases, children become sensitive to food allergies and asthma. With vaccinations the mercury intake thrive candida further. Antibiotics for infections and steroids like cortisone for asthma also suppress the immunity.
Dr. Semon stated some measurable improvements using an anti-yeast treatment. The treatment involves eliminate the candida with anti-yeast medicine that are synthetic or natural while at the same time eradicating all the diets that arouse candida. Only this way the body recovers its balance and repopulates the intestinal tract with good bacteria that feeds off the candida. The treatment takes some time, but the benefits have noticeable impact on the child’s and as well as parent’s life quality.