Candida Mental Symptoms

Living in most of us is a yeast called Candida albicans. It remains in small numbers and is therefore harmless, controlled by the good bacteria also there. If something triggers an imbalance between micro-organisms, the candida can overgrow into a pathogenic fungus that causes yeast infections in various forms, and many different physical and mental symptoms. It is the toxins the candida releases that cause these symptoms, and when the candida is systemic it can affect internal organs including the brain.

Candida overgrowth has a very large range of symptoms linked to it by some including candida mental symptoms. Though not recognized by all doctors, it is something that has to be considered based on the number of patients reporting such things. A list of candida mental symptoms is below but remember it is not exhaustive, there may be more;

  • lack of concentration and focus
  • forgetfulness
  • memory loss
  • mental confusion
  • getting words mixed up and speech or letters mixed up in writing and reading
  • loss of previous skills
  • depression
  • crying spells
  • sleep disorders including insomnia, dreams/nightmares, apnea, restlessness
  • irritability
  • irrationality
  • fears/phobias
  • panic/anxiety attacks
  • twitching
  • aggressive behavior
  • suicidal thoughts
  • mood swings
  • learning difficulties

Often patients are labeled mentally ill, prescribed drugs for mental illness, when in fact they need there candida problem recognized and dealt with, the real cause of their symptoms.

What causes candida mental symptoms?
Overgrowth of candida can impair brain function as it absorbs the toxins the candida releases, causing a whole variety of candida mental symptoms. These toxins can also cause an impaired endocrine system affecting hormone production as well as having a negative impact in the proper absorption of nutrients and other essential vitamins and minerals which can lead to candida mental symptoms.

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