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How To Treat Water Intoxication
Restrict water: The treatment for water intoxication is to remove the cause: decrease the water intake. Serum analysis of electrolytes is necessary to see if there is low sodium which is a serious condition. No homeopathic remedy that I am aware of is going to do this. You have to stop drinking so much water. In homeopathy we are treating the whole person but changes in behavior need to occur also. ...Read more
How can I treat a massive headache from water intoxication at the back of my head? It's been going on for a week.
Confusion: Confusion and disorientation are the two most common presetning symptoms. ...Read more
Can be very serious: Hi. The body can handle quite a bit of water with no problem, as long as you have healthy kidneys and pituitary function. When water is consumed beyond the body's ability to handle it, salts in the blood and the body's cells become diluted. This can have disastrous consequences, neurological for the most part, and can lead to brain edema, swelling, and death. Something so simple can be so toxic. ...Read more
Diluting sodium leve: Water consumed in very large quantity can be poisnous.It only happens during water drinking cotests and drinking water after strenous exercise when there is loss of salt and just drinking water will dilute the sodium more.It can also happen in certain medical conditions causing hyponatremia. Causes swelling in brain .Causes headache, confusion, irritability and drowsines, seizures, coma and death. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It depends on the size of the person and the rate of ingestion but somewhere in range of four to six liters in a short period of time can substantially drop sodium level. ...Read more
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