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Potassium Chloride
Definition

What does Potassium Chloride do for the body

Potassium Chloride is a Salt formed by the combination of Potassium and Chloride. It balances the level of Calcium in the body. Potassium Chloride is essential for the transmission of signals between the cells. It maintains the proper functioning of the Heart and prevents Heart Diseases.

Benefits of Potassium Chloride

Potassium Chloride relieves the tension from the blood vessels and prevents High Blood Pressure. It helps to regulate the Heartbeat and stimulates the Blood Circulation. It increases the absorption of Calcium in the body and keeps the Bones strong. Potassium Chloride prevents Osteoporosis. It increases the Muscle strength and reduces the Cramps. Potassium Chloride prevents Hypokalaemia and reduces the risk of Cardiac problems.

Functions of Potassium Chloride

Potassium Chloride boosts the metabolism of the body. It helps in the proper functioning of the Brain and prevents Strokes. Potassium Chloride ensures the proper growth of the Muscle tissues and increases the Stamina. It maintains the optimal level of fluid in the body. Potassium Chloride treats Anxiety and acts as a Stress reliever.

Effects of Potassium Chloride deficiency in the body

Fatigue
Weak Muscles
Headache
High Blood Pressure

Effects of excess Potassium Chloride in the body

Nausea
Diarrhea
Irregular Heartbeat
Confusion
Respiratory Disease
Kidney Disease
 
Repertory

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