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We must control the amount of salt in our diet to reduce the risk of getting chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, kidney disease, gastritis and diabetes. If overdose, our body will have symptoms:

1.Tight shoes: The most typical symptom of excessive salt intake is swelling in the body. For example, a shoe that has been worn for a long time suddenly tightens, or a person has not become fat, but the ring no longer can no longer put in anymore; or a person didn’t gain weight, but the whole face is swollen. These are some of the symptoms of eating too much salt.

2.Frequently to toilet to urinate: Normal is to urinate within 7 times a day. If the frequency exceeds this standard, there may be too much water or too much salt intake. When the body takes too much sodium, the kidneys must work harder to remove excess salt from the body, and results in frequent urination.

3.Dry lips and urge to drink water: When the body have excess intake of high-sodium diet, the brain will send out a thirst signal to notify you that your mouth and throat are too dry and your body is short of water, and you want to drink more water.

4.Headache and dizziness: According to clinical experiments, adults who consume 3500mg of salt per day have a 1/3 higher chance of headache than those who only consume 1500mg. High blood pressure is highly connected with the headache, so for those who have high sodium intake, even without symptoms of hypertension, are more prone to headaches. In addition, eating too much salt will also make the body

easily dehydrated, affecting the ability to think, and causing dizziness.

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