Candida Medication Treatment

An introduction to Candida
Candida is a fungal disease which is originated by the by the toxic substance generated by the yeast. This toxic substance can contaminate the body tissues. This contamination has many harmful effects. This contamination can affect many body parts such as glands, the kidneys, bladder, lungs, and liver. It also affects the immune system of the affected person, by allowing the many foreign and toxic substances to penetrate in the body. Person suffering from Candida for long time also has multiple nutrient deficiencies. A Candida Yeast Infection is a social and medical dilemma. Candida can affect nay person if you do not take proper diet. There are many treatments available for the treatment of Candida. The most popular methods to treat Candida include drug therapy, diet therapy and herbal therapy.

How to treat Candida disease
As it is stated that Candida is a fungal disease, so the main aim of Candida disease is to prevent the growth of these yeast bacteria in the body and ultimately eliminate the yeast virus. It is very difficult to diagnose Candida because, the symptoms of Candida are very common and it is always confused with some other disease. Generally drug medication therapy is used to treat Candida since, it is most effective to eliminate Candida virus.

Antiviral therapy
Candida can be treated with the help of antiviral drugs, which helps a person to fight against the yeast virus. It reduces the viral growth. Some of drugs such as Nystatin and Diflucan have proven to be effective in treating Candida. Although, it is the best method for the fastest recovery of Candida, but there are several problems with this treatment. Drug medication therapy is not prescribed for longer periods than six month, because these drugs could have some side effects. Drugs can prove harmful if taken for a very long time. Another criticism of this therapy is that the symptoms are substantially alleviated in drug therapy, but there are many chances for the virus to come back after medication is discontinued. Some other diet supplement are also given in drug medication therapy to the patient.