10 Electrolyte Imbalance Symptoms

Electrolyte Imbalance Symptom #2: Weakness and Fatigue

Both weakness and fatigue are common and nonspecific symptoms of various conditions such as dehydration, nutritional deficiency, and electrolyte imbalance. Weakness can generally be classified into true and perceived weakness. True weakness is usually seen in skeletal muscle diseases while perceived muscle weakness occurs when more effort is required compared to normal to achieve a result, despite normal strength.

Fatigue can be divided into physical and mental fatigue. Physical fatigue refers to the temporary inability to maintain maximum physical performance while mental fatigue is the transient inability to achieve maximal cognitive performance.

Electrolyte Imbalance Symptoms

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