Hyponatremia is a lack of sodium in your blood.
Hyponatremia occurs when the sodium levels in your blood are dangerously low. Symptoms include vomiting, headache, confusion, fatigue, appetite loss, seizures, coma, and others. Those who exercise intensely for extended periods of time are at a greater risk for hyponatremia, as the body loses salt through sweating. Drinking plain water is not enough to replenish sodium levels, and the salt to water ratio only gets worse. When levels are too low, excess water causes your cells to swell, which is especially dangerous for your brain.
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