The evidence that a Candida cleanse has been successful may not be what you’re expecting.
When you present to a practitioner with Candida, you’ll have signs (objective findings) and symptoms (subjective feelings) of the infection.
In my experience, symptoms are the ones that take longer to heal in response to a Candida cleanse. I’ve seen a remarkable difference between how quickly signs improve and how quickly symptoms improve.
You may have had the subjective symptoms for many years. It’s possible that not all your symptoms are due to Candida. There may be another reason why you have certain symptoms. Once you deeply recover over some time, the subjective symptoms start to disappear slowly, even if they weren’t caused by Candida.
When clients come to see me, they often don’t disclose all of their subjective symptoms. They may tell me one or two, but most of the time is spent talking about the “presenting complaint.” The presenting complaint is the big problem that gets people to seek out treatment. Often with the presenting complaint, it is straightforward for me to identify what investigations should be done and make the correct diagnosis.
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But for the collection of longstanding subjective symptoms, it’s a different kettle of fish. Often these are the symptoms that other doctors haven’t taken seriously or made the doctor think the client needed a psychiatrist.
After years of clinical practice, I know to look out for the subtle, long-term symptoms that the client knows are a problem. When those symptoms start to improve, I know that the client is in a deep-seated recovery. For example, I’ve had people say, “Eric, my headaches have disappeared.” And I responded, “Well, you never told me you had headaches.” The client would explain that they had headaches for so long, it didn’t seem worth mentioning.
Those kinds of results are very exciting for me as a practitioner. I know then that healing is occurring on such a deep level that both subjective and objective complaints are getting better.
What you can expect from a Candida cleanse is a deep sense of well-being, feeling more rested, and feeling calmer. Just remember, often, there is no rhyme or reason why one symptom disappears before another. Improvement doesn’t necessarily happen in a logical order.