Symptoms of fungal infection depending on the location differ from each other by visible changes in that precise area, however, some symptoms recur regardless of the occurrence.
There are following mycosis symptoms:
- Body weakness and problems with sleeping,
- Chronic fatigue, lethargy, lack of energy,
- Excessive hunger for sweets,
- Burning and irritated eyes,
- Headache, dizziness,
- Constipation or diarrhoea,
- Digestive problems including gas, flatulence and abdominal pain,
- Sweating, impatience, uncontrollable mood swings, problems with memory and concentration,
- Haemorrhoids and wet stool with large amounts of mucus,
- Halitosis (bad breath),
- Metallic taste,
- Chronic infections (for all diseases)
- Cystitis (often recurring)
- Impotence and sexual frigidity,
- Enlarged and inflamed prostate,
- Painful menstrual cramps and pain,
- Cracking blood vessels and a tendency to bruises,
- Thrush on the tongue, dry throat and mouth,
- Itching and irritated skin,
- Skin lesions, eczema, acne,
- Joint and rheumatic pain and muscle stiffness,
- Feeling cold is a problem with the circulation of cold hands and feet
- Fragile, weak and brittle nails,
- Hair loss,
- Morning cough, runny nose, allergies, asthma,
- Ringing ears,
- Heart palpitation.
The presence of fungus is not a sign of the disease. The disease occurs when our immune system is weakened and fungi get a good medium (nourishment).
Where mycosis can develop?
The fungus grows everywhere and whenever we create the right conditions for development. Treatment of mycosis is a long-lasting process and should be initiated from the intestines and ended in the place where it appeared originally. The speed and effects of treatment are dependent on immune status and immunity of the sick person.