Rebounding and Candida
The level of Candida bacterium in your body can definitely be impacted by exercise. Various exercises work towards optimal health in many ways and this is the case for those prone to recurring yeast infections as well. In terms of using exercise as a weapon against candida, rebounding could be the perfect exercise to help you and can help with many health benefits as well.
Rebounding is a cellular type of exercise that cleanses the cells and strengthens the body’s immune system. It involves exercising on a mini trampoline, also known as a rebounder. The act of jumping can cleanse the lymph nodes and cause perspiration, which can also have a cleansing effect. It also gets your heart rate up and gets oxygen through your body, which creates an alkaline environment. Because candida thrives in an acidic environment, it’s ideal to get yourself to an alkaline state.
How to Use a Rebounder
Rebounders can be very inexpensive and start at about $20.00. Very high-end models sell for hundreds of dollars but you might be interested in a higher end model for optimal results. There are models that have pedometers on board to tell you about your caloric burn as well as ones that have optional stability bars so even if you’ve been sedentary or are elderly or otherwise handicapped, you can still benefit from using a trampoline to help you in your quest to get healthy and fight off candida.
Gentle bouncing is a great way to get started and it helps you tone and burn calories as a low impact aerobic exercise. Once you’ve gotten comfortable with your stability you can increase your activity with jogging, jumping jacks and by exercising with hand, wrist and ankle weights.
Start by bouncing for a minimum of five minutes per day and this can help you see quick changes in your health and wellness. Just five to ten minutes a day of rebounding could substantially increase your body’s ability to successfully reduce candida bacteria production.
Fight Yeast Infections with Knowledge
Candida infections that are recurring will diminish with a change in your lifestyle that includes exercise, healthy eating and knowledge about the candida triggers in your body. Learning about triggers and cures for yourself is a learning experience but one that can benefit your health in ways above and beyond fighting yeast infections.