4 Signs Your Body Sends When You Eat Too Much Salt

When you have increased consumption of salt high blood pressure can be caused which is also known as Hypertension. But, there are also other health issues that are caused by eating too much sodium. If you manage how much salt you consume there are also other negative effects that can be prevented. Here are 4 most common symptoms that you are eating too much salt.

  1. Frequent Urination

When you drink plenty of water, you need to urinate often. When you eat too much salt also makes the kidneys work overtime in order to remove it from the body which results in frequent urination.

  1. Persistent Headaches

According to a study that included adults who ate 3,500 mg of sodium every day and adults who took only 1,500 mg which was recently published by BMJ showed that those who got the larger amount suffered more frequently from headaches than those who took less salt. High blood pressure and headaches are closely related. According to the study, the people who eat too much salt increase their risk of suffering from headaches more often even if their blood pressure levels are normal. So, try cutting back on the salt next time you have an unbearable headache.

  1. Constant Thirst

When you eat more salts, the body starts to feel the imbalances of water and sodium levels and it makes mouth dry. So, drink more water to bring these things back to normal.

  1. Brain Fog

When you eat so much of salt, it dehydrates the body. The ability of the brain to think clearly, poor memory, concentration and reaction time, cognitive function can be affected by the dehydration.

How to fix issues caused by excess salt:

Reduce the intake of processed food, drink more water will help the body to stay balanced and go back to normal. Don’t forget to keep them under control when you normalize the sodium levels. Less than 2,300 mg is the recommended daily intake of sodium.

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