I’ve seen Candida linked to both major types of insomnia – sleep onset and sleep maintenance insomnia. I delve into this topic in a couple of videos available on my YouTube channel.
It doesn’t matter how little gluten you eat or how perfect your diet is, if your sleep isn’t good, you might as well be eating cardboard and drinking sump oil. You need to cultivate high-quality, restorative sleep. Of course, we’re going to hear people say, “I know why people can’t sleep, it’s because they eat gluten.” That’s not true in the slightest. It’s not gluten that causes insomnia. Don’t look to blame a specific food for your insomnia. If you’ve got a sleeping problem, there’s a reason, and it’s not always a particular food you’re eating.
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Examine your lifestyle carefully. You may need a job change. You may need to get rid of a few people in your life. There are also links between Candida, Blastocystis parasites in the gut, Helicobacter pylori, and insomnia.
If you have both insomnia and Candida, you need to address them individually. You need to work on eradicating the Candida. You’ll also want to improve your sleep function. When your sleep improves, your health improves significantly. Check out my videos for some useful hints on how to treat insomnia, including considering magnesium supplements.
I can’t really stress enough the importance of addressing insomnia. One in three people has got a sleeping problem. If you’ve got a sleeping problem, it may be one of the reasons why you were susceptible to getting Candida in the first place.