If you’ve been chronically unwell for some time, it’s difficult to gauge the level of toxicity in your body. So, when you go through a cleanse, you need to be conservative and take it slow. Taking it slow always pays off when it comes to detoxification. I cannot tell you how many people I’ve seen over the years who’ve said, “If I’d only known I was going to feel like this, I would have done the Candida cleanse completely differently!”
Whatever type of detox you decide to do, do it very slowly and very carefully at the beginning, and you won’t end up feeling terrible. If you’re not coping with a Candida cleanse due to side effects, my recommendation is for you to back off. Stop for several days and wait until you feel like yourself again, especially emotionally. You’re not in a race. You need to take your time with cleansing.
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Coping with a Candida cleanse is much easier if you have decreased the stress in your life. Look at your occupation. Look at your lifestyle. Have you got children? Have you got a job? What are you doing? Try to work a lot of these things out mentally before you engage in a cleanse.
If you’re not coping well with a Candida cleanse, it means that something’s not right. It means that you’re pushing too hard, or you can’t balance the cleanse with other parts of your life. Try and pick an easy time to do the cleanse and take a warm turkey approach. In other words, don’t go cold turkey on your diet. Don’t just quickly stop everything and start a brand-new plan. You’re far better off taking 10 to 14 days to phase junk foods out of and healthy foods into your diet.
If you haven’t done a Candida Cleanse and you’re watching this, look at a few of my videos and carefully put a plan together. With a plan and emotional support from friends and family, you’ll be able to cope a lot better than if you just haphazardly jump into a detox. Act in haste, repent at leisure.