Side Effects of Eating Too Much Salt

You may become dehydrated

After a night of drinking alcohol coupled with engorging salty, processed foods like chips and pizza, you're bound to feel dehydrated the next morning

If you're eating too much salt, in particular, your body begins to pull water from your cells and as a result, you become dehydrated. Feeling thirsty, nauseous, or stomach cramps

You may become "backed up

When your diet contains too much sodium, the body sucks up water from your intestines to help compensate for the excess salt in your bloodstream.

This can lower the water content found in the stool, causing it to dry up and making it harder to push through the body. Ultimately, this can result in constipation

You'll feel bloated

With constipation comes bloating, however, you may be regular and still bloated. If you're eating too many salty foods, your body

Blast the water weight out by opting for low-sodium foods like chickpeas, unsalted nuts, and chicken without the skin instead of salt-ridden counterparts

heart complications

consuming foods that are high in sodium can wreak havoc on your overall heart health. More specifically, high-sodium diets have been linked

 These Are the Two Best Diets For Heart Health, According to Doctors for tips on how you can reduce your sodium consumption

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