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Candida Yeast overgrowth of the naturally occurring Candida, and the upset biochemistry this brings may be comorbid (a contributing factor) with ADD/ADHD.

We all have Candida Yeast in our bodies.

The Candida population should be low and indiscernible (no overt symptoms or cloudy saliva).  "Friendly" bacteria and a healthy immune system prevent this yeast from becoming an infectious fungus, in our bodies.

It is when our bodies lose their proper immune protection, or the intestinal pH is altered unfavorably, that the organism can change from the yeast form to the fungal form. When this happens, the now-parasitic fungal form penetrates the gastrointestinal mucosa and breaks down the boundary between the intestinal tract and the rest of the circulation in our bodies. This allows partially digested dietary proteins to travel into the bloodstream, where they exert a powerful antigenic (antibody-stimulation) assault on the immune system.

Let's examine some of the most common characteristics of Candida Yeast Overgrowth, you will notice the similarities to ADD/ADHD symptoms immediately:

1.) Cravings for grains (simple carbohydrates), dairy and SUGAR.
2.) Hyperactivity/Hyperexcitability.
3.) Anger, Mood Swings, Instant Irritability, "Spaciness".
4.) Depression and/or Anxiety.
5.) Inappropriate behavior (odd noises, talking loudly, etc.)
6.) Memory problems, and/or Poor Attention Span.
7.) Dry, Itchy, Flaky Skin.
8.) Food & Environmental Allergies.
9.) Jock Itch, Acne, Canker Sores, or other Skin Problems.
10) Heartburn, Poor Digestion, Lethargy, Leg Pains.
11) Difficulty falling asleep.
12) Recurring cystitis/vaginal infections.
13) Premenstrual tension, and menstrual problems

Excessive antibiotic use in a child's early years can create symptoms that will manifest as focusing or hyperactive problems.  These behaviors can mimic ADD/ADHD, deceiving parents, teachers, and even Medical Doctors, often leading to the unwarranted use of potent medications, with side effects that exacerbate the problem. If a Candida Yeast Overgrowth is contributing to your ADD/ADHD problem, ADD/ADHD prescription medications may well relieve the symptoms, but will do nothing to impact the underlying problem.

A child isn't always hyper-active, but may be hyper-excitable.

When a child is hyper-excitable, they can hyper-focus on activities such as video/computer games for a long time.  At other times, they may escalate into a frenzy of activity and excitement, experiencing great difficulty trying to "de-escalate", or calm down. This ADD/ADHD'er could be exhibiting symptoms of a magnesium deficiency as well, which often accompanies Candida Yeast Overgrowth.

A FREE & EASY Candida Overgrowth Test that you can do in your own kitchen tomorrow morning, is available at:

Your might consider trying a natural anti-fungal program, using food and nutritional supplements that are available at all health food stores.

The treatment for Candida Yeast Overgrowth can, in the beginning, be quite uncomfortable, as the body attempts to deal with the dying Candida.
You may feel worse, before you begin to feel better.

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As with all of our comments/suggestions, you should consult your Doctor, or specially trained health care professional, before implementing ANY Candida Yeast Treatment Program.    

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