Brain swelling caused by drinking too much water
Beeps By | Nov 30 -0001

According to a study, drinking too much water can cause fluid retention in body leading to low sodium levels or hyponatremia. It could result in swelling of the brain. It is more common in elderly patients and can cause cognitive problems and seizures. The brain’s ability to detect excess hydration is essential to maintaining fluid balance.

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