These tricks ensure that you will no longer get problems down there.

Every woman struggles with it at least once in her life: a vaginal yeast infection. Not only is getting a fungal infection ‘down under’ rather uncomfortable (read: itching and strange secretions / odors), but it is also a damper for your self-confidence and your sex life. What you can do about it? These 7 tricks can help you to prevent such a nasty infection. Yeastrol Review – Natural treatment against yeast infection

1. Eating less Sugar

What you probably did not know is that yeasts live on sugar. The glucose in sugary foods ensures that yeast cells grow faster and can attach themselves to vaginal cells. You can prevent this by eating less sugar-rich products. Are you very susceptible to fungal infections? Then you can even try the Candida diet, avoiding certain foods that contain a lot of sugars (such as bananas and wheat products).

2. Eat more alkaline Products

The acidity of your vagina plays a major role in contracting fungal infections. It is therefore important to keep this in balance. There are various foods, such as certain fruit and vegetable varieties, soybeans, tofu and a number of nuts, seeds and legumes containing alkaline. Alkaline products are acidic and can therefore keep your internal acidity up to standard. Eating probiotic products such as yoghurt, sauerkraut and kimchi can also help: they contain a natural ‘good’ bacterium prevents fungal infections.

3. Take off your sportswear as quickly as possible

A humid environment is of course the ideal place for a fungus to develop. The longer you stay in your sweaty sports outfit, the greater the chance that you will create an environment in which an infection can easily arise. So after a workout, take a shower as quickly as possible and dry thoroughly!

4. Wear the right Underwear

No, you do not have to wear granny panties . It is better if you opt for underwear that is lined with cotton. Cotton absorbs better than synthetic fabrics and can therefore help to keep everything ‘down there’ dry. Be careful with strings: they can create microscopic drops that can cause an infection. Also make sure that you regularly change your panty liners.

5. Try to stress Less

Yes, it really is. Stress is simply the cause of many ailments that we often encounter. Making yourself too busy can also cause you to suffer from a fungal infection. By trying to relax, your resistance will improve and you will suffer less from infections. So go regularly to walk to clear your head or do some relaxation exercises .

6. Avoid scented Tampons

We understand that the whole lot can smell a bit unclean (especially during your monthly party), but it is still better to stay far away from scented tampons. These contain chemicals that can disrupt the natural balance of good bacteria and micro-organisms. So look for women’s products at Herbals daily that are not perfumed and do not forget to change your sanitary napkin or tampon regularly.