Are Electrolyte Imbalance and Adrenal Fatigue connected? They certainly are… If you have adrenal fatigue then you probably have an Electrolyte Imbalance as well. Electrolyte Imbalance was found throughout my medical records and part of every ER visit yet for years no doctor ever told me until late last year after experiencing very weak muscles. It was still another piece of the puzzle discovered. The symptoms of Electrolyte Imbalance are not pleasant by far and include:
- irregular heartbeat
- fast heart rate
- joint pain
- muscle cramps
- weak muscles
- stomach cramps
- and more
Severe Electrolyte Imbalance is dangerous as one can have a seizure or heart attack. Electrolyte balance our body for its proper function for living. Calcium, chloride, magnesium, potassium and sodium are five important Electrolytes our bodies need. Throughout my adrenal fatigue years I seems to always have a problem with potassium and sodium periodically.
Here’s some links for more info about Electrolyte Imbalance:
- Symptoms of Electrolyte Imbalance, Plus How to Solve It
- Electrolyte Disorders
- How to Prevent an Electrolyte Imbalance
- Electrolyte Imbalance and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 1
- Dehydration, Temperature Intolerance and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 1
- Can You Drink Your Way to Better Adrenal Health?
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