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Doctor insights on: How To Increase Potassium Levels In Blood

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What dietary foods leads to elevated blood level as to increase uric acid level in blood?

What dietary foods leads to elevated blood level as to increase uric acid level in blood?

Well known: Beef, lamb, pork, shellfish, most alcoholic beverages: beer is worse than spirits such as vodka and gin, moderate wine consumption is fine. Foods high in fructose such as non diet soda and fruit juices also get converted to uric acid and should be minimized. ...Read more

Dr. Madhu Kandarpa
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Potassium (Definition)

Potassium is an essential electrolyte, important in the functioning of many organs including the heart, kidneys, muscles, nerves, and digestive system. Deficiency can be caused by diseases such as kidney failure, vomiting, and diarrhea, or by ...Read more


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How can you reduce high calcium level in blood ?

How can you reduce high calcium level in blood ?

High Calcium level: You need to see a doctor, endocrinologist (e), to find out what is causing your calcium (c) to be high. Unfortunately, the causes of high c are not good. You may have vit. D intoxication, hyperparathyroidism or hyperthryodism, sarcoidosis, or a bone tumor, among other causes. Good to a e and get the answer to your question. A high blood level of c is no joking matter. Good luck. ...Read more

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How you can decrease iron level in blood?

How  you can  decrease iron level in blood?

Why do you ask?: Serum iron can reflect simply having taken a multivitamin with iron a few hours before the blood was drawn, or being seriously sick with hemochromatosis, or a problem with the specimen being handled roughly and iron getting out of the red cells, or a few other things. "Treat the person, not the numbers" is my saying as a lab specialist. Best wishes. ...Read more

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How to increase blood glucose level and run well?

How to increase blood glucose level and run well?

Some simple steps: A fueling strategy to optimize running requires focusing on 3 parts. Prior to the run, make sure you are eating enough carbs by including complex carbs in your diet. During a run of longer than an hour, consider refueling with gels, sports drink, or any other source of simple sugar (jelly beans). Within 30 min of finishing, refuel. Chocolate milk is the right mix of carb and protein. ...Read more

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How can high glucose level in blood lead to impaired blood circulation in the legs?

Great Question!: Very quickly, high sugar levels lead to increased damage to blood vessels at all levels, especially where those vessels are very small. This causes the blood to slow and then not flow at all. When that happens, the tissue effected dies leading to gangrene. It occurs in the legs, but also in the brain (stroke), the heart (heart attack) and kidneys (renal failure) as well. ...Read more

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Are salt levels and potassium levels in the blood related?

Are salt levels and potassium levels in the blood related?

Yes, and no.: Sodium and potassium are both positive elements that when combined with negative chloride molecules make salts that are both important parts of serum, and potassium in particular an important element in red blood cells (nb: sea water is very similar in composition to our blood). Abnormalities of potassium (hypo or hyperkalemia) or sodium (hypo/hypernatremia) are very distinct entities. ...Read more

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How to decrease your blood sugar levels?

How to decrease your blood sugar levels?

It depends on the le: Blood sugar can be lowered with insulin, the key hormone which keeps it under control. Insulin can be taken as an injection or there are several types or pills which can also increase your Insulin level. But you need to go see a doctor in order to be treated properly and monitored carefully. ...Read more

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How can an increase in thyroxin, insulin, and adrenaline change blood glucose levels?

Different mechanism: Insulin attempt to replace the Insulin that is deficient in your body. Thyroid is a hormone that sends signals to or organs including the pancreas and adrenaline. ...Read more

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How sensitive are blood glucose levels to changes in intake?

How sensitive are blood glucose levels to changes in intake?

Depends: Normal individuals control blood levels of glucose quit well. Patients with diabetes, especially type 1 diabetes, have more changes in blood glucose levels in response to intake of food. ...Read more

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How can a high calcium level in blood be reduced?

How can a high calcium level in blood be reduced?

High calcium: It depends on what is causing the high calcium and there are several possibilities. It is necessary to see your physician for an evaluation of why you have high calcium in the blood, so that you can have proper treatment. ...Read more

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What can you do to raise low blood pressure and low potassium levels at the same time?

What can you do to raise low blood pressure and low potassium levels at the same time?

Fluids: Drink fluids and eat salt and potassium rich foods like dark green leafy vegetables, tomatoes, and bananas. You may need to take a potassium supplement depending on your deficit. If you don't have diarrhea, vomiting, diuretic use, or nasogastric suction, your potassium will correct itself on its own. ...Read more

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What happens if our bodies have excess or high blood sodium levels, what happens to the kidney to regulate sodium levels?

What happens if our bodies have excess or high blood sodium levels, what happens to the kidney to regulate sodium levels?

Its water problem: Alteration in sodium levels in the blood is related to water loss or gain, not related to sodium intake. Kidneys and thirst mechanism regulate water metabolism, hence sodium levels.If you increase sodium in the blood by increased sweating, kidneys retain more water to normalize sodium levels.If you have less sodium in the blood due to increased retention of ater, kdienys excrete more water. ...Read more

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How do you reduce high calcium level in blood?

How do you reduce high calcium level in blood?

Talk with MD: High calcium levels are ought to be investigated thoroughly. I suggest you talk with an endocrinologist before making any changes in your diet. ...Read more

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How can high blood sugar levels affect the body?

How can high blood sugar levels affect the body?

Diabetes: Glucose molecules precipitate out on to protein molecules changing how they work. If enough of the glucose gums up the protein network these processes stop all together and the tissue dies. ...Read more

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What does low ammonia levels in your blood do to u?

Nothing: I take it that your blood ammonia level was measured and your level fell below the "reference range". A high ammonia, especially if very high, tends to mean trouble. However, a low level just means you are even lower than most healthy folks. "treat the patient, not the numbers." best wishes. ...Read more

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What can cause my body to produce low blood sugar and high insulin levels?

What can cause my body to produce low blood sugar and high insulin levels?

Pre or type 2 DM: The most common cause of high Insulin levels and low blood sugars in adults is Insulin resistance/hyperinsulinemia. Those with pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes have high Insulin levels to compensate for the body's resistance. However, the body loses its ability to guage how much Insulin one needs and can overshoot to cause low blood sugar. Please discuss with your doctor. ...Read more

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How can high levels of cholesterol in the blood affect the heart to function?

How can  high levels of cholesterol in the blood affect the heart to function?

With time: High levels of LDL and low levels HDL may form an atheromatous plague at your coronary arteries creating a stenosis and an ischemic heart disease with high risk for a heart attack. Depending on family history and other risk factors you chances can get very high. Lifestyle changes early and possibly treating increase chol may prevent the disease. Good luck. ...Read more

Dr. Lynne Weixel
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Klorvess (Definition)

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Dr. Leonard Stein
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Klor Con (Definition)

Klor-Con is a mineral which is a kind of nutritional agent ...Read more