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Too much sodium in your bloodstream can bloat your body like water a water balloon, causing you to feel sluggish, puffy and uncomfortable. Drink lots of water to help wash away the sodium you you took in.

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Along with feeling uncomfortable, this bloating can make your heart work harder, which increases your blood pressure. Reduce your sodium intake which is good for your body and health. You will be able to live longer. You will shed weight and pritect your health at the same time.

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  • NAINABHAGAT1
    That's what happened to me. I am on a blood pressure medication now since last 15 days it is working, my bloating is gone, water retention from my face is gone, looks like I am a new person. Now I have to learn to cut down on sdium from the diet. Eventhough I am very careful but with the menopause, thyroid problems it is getting worst. emoticon - by NAINABHAGAT1
  • NAINABHAGAT1
    That's what happened to me. I am on a blood pressure medication now since last 15 days it is working, my bloating is gone, water retention from my face is gone, looks like I am a new person. Now I have to learn to cut down on sdium from the diet. Eventhough I am very careful but with the menopause, thyroid problems it is getting worst. emoticon - by NAINABHAGAT1
  • NAINABHAGAT1
    That's what happened to me. I am on a blood pressure medication now since last 15 days it is working, my bloating is gone, water retention from my face is gone, looks like I am a new person. Now I have to learn to cut down on sdium from the diet. Eventhough I am very careful but with the menopause, thyroid problems it is getting worst. emoticon - by NAINABHAGAT1

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