Being a woman is no feat. There’s a lot we have to deal with and most of these things come with no choice but that doesn’t change how great we all are.
Yeast infections are fairly common in women who are menstruating, and although they are easy to treat, they can be a major problem at first. If you are confused about having a yeast infection, let me name some symptoms for you. A fishy smell there, thick secretions with a thick cheesy consistency, indicate a yeast infection.
Candida, a bacteria responsible for these types of infections but don’t worry, I’m here with some easy solutions for you!
If you are already using tampons, you will find that this is not a problem at all. Buy a pack of organically made tampons and dip one into a bowl of completely unflavored yogurt so you can’t soak it again and then use it for three days, changing the tampons at regular intervals.
2_ Eat yogurt
The safest and natural way to go. All you need is a few teaspoons each day!
Nothing fights bacteria besides probiotics but remember to be brand conscious about these things.
4_organic coconut oil
It works like a charm. Make sure to apply only to the area that was attacked.
5- Tea tree oil
A few drops in the yogurt will ward off bacteria.
6_ soaking in apple cider vinegar
Warm baths always help with any problem you may have and yeast infections are no different. Just half a cup in some warm water will do the trick.
Do not apply it anywhere. Eating it will chase all the candida away.
8_ Vitamin C
Pineapple, mango, and papaya are all rich in vitamin C and will help you keep bacteria away from yourself.
9_ thyme oil
Again, the magic isn’t in the application; It may not suit your skin. The correct way to use oregano oil is to use it as an inhaler, for example when you are relaxing after a long day or work. It may not look like much but it works really well.
Aloe vera can treat just about anything. Some gel directly on the affected area will calm you down more than you can imagine.
11_ cranberry juice
It is rich in antioxidants and can do a great job of keeping harmful bacteria at bay.
12_ green tea
Not only will it make you feel better when you are in pain, it will also make your immune system stronger, and keep bad bacteria away.
Make sure to add water to this oil before it comes into contact with your private parts. You can also add a few drops to your bath water. You’ll smell, too!
14_ Epsom salt
Like the apple cider vinegar treatment, Epsom salt may also work very well if you soak it in.
In conclusion, don’t worry yourself ill when you fall victim to a yeast infection, every woman gets one at least once in her life.