Liquid Light Potassium

Potassium aides in nutrient regulation through cell membranes and is required for macronutrient metabolism.

Signs of a Potassium deficiency are; abnormally dry skin, acne, chills, cognitive impairment, constipation, depression, diarrhea, diminished reflex function, edema, fluctuations in heartbeat, glucose intolerance, growth impairment, high cholesterol levels, insatiable thirst, insomnia, low blood pressure, muscular fatigue and weakness, nausea and vomiting, nervousness, periodic headaches, proteinuria (protein in the urine), respiratory distress, salt retention.

Potassium aides in support of; high blood pressure (for people not taking potassium-sparing diuretics), congestive heart failure, maintaining a regular heart beat, stroke prevention, healthy nervous system, good blood pressure, muscle tone and proper muscle contraction, regulates levels of acidity, regulates the transfer of nutrients through cell membranes, regulates water balance, carbohydrate and protein metabolism.

Cautions about Potassium; high potassium intake (several hundred milligrams at one time in tablet form) can produce stomach irritation. Kidney disorders, diarrhea, prolonged vomiting and the use of diuretics or laxatives all disrupt potassium levels. Potassium is needed for hormone secretion. The secretion of stress hormones causes a decrease in the potassium-to-sodium ratio both inside and outside the cells. As a result, stress increases the body’s potassium requirements.

Drug Interactions; the following drugs are known to interact with the absorption of potassium: Amilorid: causes a dangerous rise in blood potassium. Atropine: increases the possibility of intestinal ulcers, which may be caused by potassium supplements. Belladonna: increases possibility of intestinal ulcers. Calcium: increases likelihood of heartbeat irregularities. Captopril: increases likelihood of potassium overdose. Digitalis preparations: may cause irregular heartbeat. Enalapril: increases chance of overdose. Laxatives: may decrease effectiveness of potassium (due to the fact that they leach potassium from the body). Spironolactone: increases blood potassium. Triamterene: increases blood potassium. Vitamin B12: slow release supplements may decrease the absorption of vitamin B.

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