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"Hypokalemia"




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    reports. Experts suggest that Harris’ excessive consumption of the soft drink likely caused hypokalemia, a potassium deficiency that may have resulted in her having a fatal heart attack. To defend itselfRead more
  3. photo Almost everyone is deficient and you can die without it: PotassiumAlmost everyone is deficient and you can die without it: PotassiumNews
    little leads to hypokalemia, which can result in irregular heart rhythms and death.Although many MD holistic types claim very few are potassium deficient and warn against supplementing potassium that mayRead more
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    as hypokalemia, can lead to muscle weakness, constipation, heart arrhythmias, breakdown, fatigue or paralysis which can interfere with breathing. Therefore, you should consult your doctor before you start usingRead more
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    a moderate range of ingestion (as noted above) will keep bones strong.Low potassium levels: Prolonged and immoderate use of ACV may lead to hypokalemia, a condition which interferes with proper functioningRead more

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Hypokalemia

Disease

Hypokalemia (American English) or hypokalaemia (British English), also hypopotassemia or hypopotassaemia (ICD-9), refers to the condition in which the concentration of potassium (K+) in the blood is low. The prefix hypo- means "under" (contrast with hyper-, meaning "over"); kal- refers to kalium, the Neo-Latin for potassium, and -emia means "condition of the blood."Normal plasma potassium...More