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A great tip to help prevent yeast infections from occurring is to keep your showers and/or baths shorter and with warm water instead of hot. Yeast organisms thrive in hotter, moister environments so a long hot shower can greatly increase the chances that you will end up developing a yeast infection.
If you suffer from yeast infections on a regular basis, consider visiting your doctor and getting checked for diabetes. The excess sugar that is often associated with diabetes can cause yeast infections too. A simple urine check can rule out problems, or help you to seek treatment if diabetes is the culprit.
If you want to avoid yeast infections, make sure you are getting enough sleep. When you are properly rested, your immune system can probably fight off yeast infections on its own. Avoid caffeine and exercise in the three hours prior to going to bed, and get the same seven to nine hours every night.