Candida Yeast Infection and Children
Antibiotic overdose is an epidemic and children under 10 years old are prescribed more antibiotics than any other age group. Typically a child will needlessly undergo courses of antibiotics for common problems like colds, flu or earaches where natural remedies would have suffices.
Antibiotics upset the inner ecology, destroy probiotics, cause Candida Overgrowth, causing mucus, more sinus problems and more earaches. Then, they receive more antibiotics which worsen the Overgrowth. A vicious and needless cycle has begun. Soon the recommendation comes for Ear Tubes.
It should be noted that the CDC (center for Disease Control) has declared on numerous occasions that at least one half of all antiotic prescriptions are needless and unnecessary (an antibiotic won’t work at all, for example, on yeast, parasites, mold, fungus, virus, or anything other than a bacteria).
Also, the American Academy of Pediatrics research has shown that earache problems can be resolved in other ways making Ear Tube surgery unnecessary. Ear aches cab be related to allergies which, are also CO related.
There are several health challenges that children may experience that are related to Candida Overgrowth. Such things as hyperactivity, occasional violent behavior, lack of self-control (consider the age of the child), chronic congestion, allergies, asthma, dark circles under the eyes, overweight, learning difficulties- may correlate to yeast overgrowth. The time to take care fo such a problem is when they are young. Allowing a yeast overgrowth to take hold in a child’s body will bring years of unnecessary health and emotional problems.
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