Humans should not consume more than 2.4 grams of sodium per day. Sea water is about 3.5% salt, or 35 grams per liter. At this rate, you could only really drink about 2.5 ounces of sea water to meet your daily salt intake. People often consume more salt than this daily, but dehydration will quickly occur when drinking sea water, leading to seizures and kidney failure.
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