There is no such thing as asymptomatic Hyponatremia. We were all taught this in medical school and residency, but what are the problems of leaving your serum sodium a little on the low side?
Based on many different studies both observational and randomized ie: SALT-1 and SALT-2, below are 5 of the more common and ominous risks associated with Hyponatremia especially, a Sodium <130 meq/L
1. Increased risk of osteoporosis-bone disease
2. Increased risk of falls and hospitalizations
3. Increased risk of kidney stones
4. Increased risk of confusion/lethargy/weakness
5. Increased risk of mortality-dying
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