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Re: Dehydration


Hey C.

Might this be a potassium issue? Reading this thread I was reminded of all the research I did few years back about adrenal fatigue, and the interplay between potassium and sodium. (Sodium is needed to move water across cell membranes, but inside each cell there is a 15:1 K to Na ratio.)

This list of low K symptoms includes "feeling very thirsty most of the time."
http://www.emedicinehealth.com/low_potassium/page3_em.htm#Low%20Potassium%20S...

  
Also, check out this page, especially the various things that can lead to urinary loss of potassium:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypokalemia#Inadequate_potassium_intake

Did you recently stop eating avocados or something high in K?
Just a thought.

- CS

 

 

 

 
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