Malassezia ~ Cold – Crazy and Starving – Lol! (PT 6)
* READERS’ KEYWORDS *
(RE-BLOGGED WITH ADDITIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS)
Malassezia ~ Cold – Crazy and Starving – Lol! (PT 3)
I have noticed throughout several communications
with all Sonata’s Blog Visitors
as well as my own personal experiences
Our Brain tends to automatically ‘Interpret’ something we read
often even fitting with what we already think we know
believe, want or hope to hear
instead of Reading straight what is Written.
Knowing about this peculiar phenomenon
i often go back and read again
Both what i have written in each Blog Entry
checking how clear it comes through
as well as reading again and again anything else
written somewhere else by somebody else
if Important – and especially if so- for making decisions etc.
I will Urge Visitors to rememeber and be mindful of this
and Read rather than allowing automatic Brain Interpretation
which may distort the Information i intend to impart
-and Forgive my Informal and Imperfect expression.
There is that much i can do about it
since neither My use of language nor Language Itself
can always be perfectly clear.
So here is a Part i feel it needs to be Reblogged with Clarification
as liable to automatic Interpretation and …misinterpretation
And i will not mention that Infamous
* Salt + Water is Not the Same as Seawater! * Lol! 🙂
Malassezia and Starving (PT 3)
Q4: * how to starve Malassezia *
Starving Malassezia with Medication
As far as i know The Azole family of Drugs
such as Fluconazole, Itraconazol, Miconazole etc,
work by preventing the synthesis of Ergosterol
produced by Yeasts/Fungi/Malassezia
as an essential component of their cell membranes.
Disrupting production causes holes in the membranes
and leakage of the cell contents – thus killing them.
The Downside of these Medications is:
* Long Term Treatments under Medical Supervision
due to possible Liver Toxicity
* Serious and Potentially Fatal Side effects (as above)
* Interference with Other Medications
* Temporary Result due to High Malassezia Recurrence
(And a lot more – too much to mention here)
Q: I read on your website that azole family is good for yeast infection?
* Good God – No!… I never said or meant ‘Good’
I worded it very carefully to only describe how they are reputed to work.
In my Personal Experience
-as stated in Several Relevant Entries in Both Blogs-
i have found them totally ineffective whether used as Shampoo
External Topical Cream, Internal Oral Worm/Parasite tablets
or Internal Oral Prescription Medication.
To Read Full Entry
To Read First:
Recommended Reading Entries in Order of Posting
* MALASSEZIA BLOGS *
* Malassezia Blog *
Photos – History of Treatments and Results
* Malassezia Daily *
New Photos – New Discoveries
Treatments and Results
Malassezia Issues – Related Topics
Malassezia and Medical Research
Health and Immunity – Nutrition Diet