2. Heart, kidney and liver issues.
Congestive cardiovascular breakdown and certain sicknesses influencing the kidneys or liver can make liquids gather in your body, which weakens the sodium in your body, bringing down the general level. The only way to find a solution is allowing your primary care physician take a look at what’s going on inside of your body. It may not be a good idea to increase water intake until you get the okay from your doctor.
Water is the best medicine, but sometimes you can overdo it. Your sodium has become weak, but you don’t want to drink a lot of water and make your chloride levels too high. You need an expert to guide you. This is something you can’t fix on your own. If you catch it early enough, you can save your heart, liver, and kidneys. You don’t want to have to lose a kidney over this.