( Jan 2012 )
Malassezia, Constipation, Haemorrhoids
And Restless Leg Syndrome
Restless Leg Syndrome
” Prominent at Bed time or when the Person / Body is Resting “
I have made previously some quick references in other entries,
regarding my belief in a strong relationship
between Malassezia and Restless Leg Syndrome.
Why i believe there is a strong Relationship between Malassezia and RLS:
The reason i primarily believe there is that strong relationship, is
that -as i have mentioned before- Malassezia Concentrates
both in the Outer as well as Inner Anal ring area
Constantly Stimulating the Nerve Endings in that area
causing strong Muscle Spasms and Leg Jerking.
This is felt more Prominently at Night time or when a Person / Body is Resting.
The same applies to the Vagina as well for the same reason
and manifests -as far as personal experience goes-
more prominently on the left leg
with Muscle Spasms and Cramping
similar to those occurring during some menstrual cycles
but including also Leg Jerking.
Some research on Restless Leg Syndrome produced as many ‘Iffy’ results
as answers to questions regarding Malassezia Yeast.
I can imagine there would be a great number of causes for Restless Leg Syndrome
from Neurological to simple Pressure on Joints due to Fluid retention, oedema etc
and many-many more that are out of my personal experience or knowledge.
Therefore i will focus on my personal history, indications and what constitutes
-for me- a strong repeated confirmation of my belief and experience.
How the pieces of the Puzzle came together
Prior to holidaying for a number of weeks in what is now
-and has been for the past seven months our current residence-
i had never before experienced Restless Leg Syndrome
neither did i really know how it felt.
During our holidaying weeks, one year ago, using the warm salt water Pool
of the Resort Complex, resulted in a temporary relief of Malassezia lesions
and its menace on the outside surface of my body and the salt was healing fast
the existing ones.
I almost considered it as a possible cure at the time, believing that if i did that
for a longer period of time consistently, it would eventually clear Malassezia off.
I did not have the slightest suspicion back then that Malassezia not liking either
chlorine or salt was RETREATING quickly inside my internals for a few hours
then coming out temporarily for whatever reasons it needed to come to the surface,
but basically Relocated and concentrated inside, thus causing the beginning
of the unknown to me before, Restless Leg Syndrome manifestation.
When we returned home after the holiday period, i decided not to return
to the local pool anymore finding the water excruciatingly cold,
so a few weeks later -salt and chlorine exposure missing-
Malassezia felt free to surface outwards again
and the Restless Leg Syndrome simply Stopped…
at least until i started chasing it fiercely anew, with many lethal chemicals
naively thinking that killing it outside would end the problem.
The relationship between the two had not totally really sank in back then,
and i was still believing that returning to the warm salted pool would do the miracle.
We geared to moving to the complex, waiting for an opening in the place
where we could rent long term and finally after almost a year
we managed to go back with a one year contract and the intention to also buy.
Within the first week of arrival….
The same thing was repeated :
* Almost immediate Outside Body/Skin Relief
* Relocation to Inside Private areas
* Commencement of Extremely Strong Restless Leg Syndrome
The puzzle pieces finally started to come together when i decided to test the theory
of my rising suspicion, by having a series of 2- 6 Ltr Clean, Warm Water Enemas
for Three Consecutive Days and Dousing my Vagina while in the shower
and repeating once a week for a few following weeks.
The results spoke for themselves and left no trace of doubt in me, that:
1) Malassezia appears to colonise in these two areas,
causing Restless Leg Syndrome with its constant activity
2) It is not a coincidence, since each treatment produces the same result
of immediate relief from leg jerking and a long, though temporary,
reduction of Malassezia activity
3) Periods of intense activity alternating with periods of rest
each activity cycle coinciding with Restless Leg Syndrome intensity.
The greater the concentration, the more intense and constant the RLS
4) With the recent addition of the Acidophilus capsules in both areas
and especially after enema and dousing and clearing both,
Restless Leg Syndrome has, for some time now, totally stopped
on the right leg and is hardly perceptible on the left
due to fact that the Vaginal and Uterine areas are presenting limitations
in accessing and / or applying any substances
as well as also
Being the Natural habitat of Malassezia
as are the Colon and Anal areas.
Undigested, Dehydrated, Foods and /or Rich in Fats and Oils of All types
arriving in the Descending Colon Cause Congestion in the Lower part (Secum)
and Anal area and severe Constipation, Resulting in Bulging Haemorrhoids,
internally or externally, which becomes very Inviting to Malassezia
not only as a natural place it occupies but also as an area rich with readily available supply of blood, oils, sugars etc. etc…
Thus the Itching, the Burning, the Bleeding
And the Restless Leg Syndrome.
Highly Overeating and Congesting the Colon
with Unprocessed Material – i.e Faecal matter
Is Highly Inviting to Malassezia
In More Recent Observations i have Confirmed Repeatedly
a) Interesting Patterns Supporting my theory above
b) Three Relevant types of Behaviour and Action in that area.
(Details in upcoming later entries and /or in the “Malassezia Daily” Blog)
*Smaller Meals, Better, Easiest Digestible Foods
* Acidophilus Capsules and /or Rich in Enzymes Digestible Foods
* Frequent 2-6 Litre, Clean, Warm Water Enemas
The Enema treatment -though not pleasant- is simple and effective
but has no long lasting results unless the there is a fairly good
immune system and Meal Size, Food type and Digestibility rules
and Moderation are followed.
See also Following relevant Entry :