Fogginess and fatigue will be the symptoms that will be the longest to disappear. Consequently, it is not possible to rely on fogginess & fatigue to determine whether or not your are recovering. For instance, if you have to go to bed more often, it does not mean that your body health is deteriorating in a candida context but it may mean that you are recovering & that you have found something that kills candida.
For sure, this is only true, if you are on a low/mid carb diet with no alcohol, if you see that all your satellite symptoms are vanishing, it means you are recovering.
Here is my procedure:
Every 2 weeks, list all your symptoms in an agenda. Normally, you should see that some of them disappear every 2 weeks. For instance, you should felt less itchy, less sensitive to light, less sensitive to noise or odor. Nevertheless, i know that 2 symptoms will always stay at the top (fogginess & fatigue).
Can i forecast when i will be fully recovered?
Yes, but it is difficult. With a candidiasis, you think that you are close to be fully recovered. The moment when you feel the worst tells you how far you are from recovery. Once again, the agenda can be useful, if you can describe your symptoms, when you felt bad, then you are able to describe the evolution. Then, you compare your description at 2 or more dates and you will be able to forecast your health improvement in the future. It may take months or years depending on your health situation.
My personal signals:
On top of that, i have been able to determine the signals showing that i was recovering. My nose was sneezing in the morning when i woke up. It was the most important signals. Also i felt itchy in the morning & needed to scratch myself. I had bowel movements & liquid stools. I have learnt that when i had solid stools, it means i didn’t recover anymore. I was doing something wrong.