Potassium (K) is a necessary nutrient for your health and well-being. When you do not get enough potassium or are unable to absorb it from food and liquids, you risk developing a condition known as hypokalemia. Low potassium levels can be dangerous, because potassium is one of the most important parts of your blood. Hypokalemia can be mild or severe, depending on how little potassium is in your blood serum.
If you think you have low potassium levels, or hypokalemia, keep reading to learn more about the symptoms and causes. The faster you can receive treatment, the better!
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