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Potassium levels below 3.5 millimoles per liter can lead to weakness, tiredness, abdominal cramping, tingling and palpitations, according to WebMD. A very low potassium level below 2.5 millimoles per liter is very danger... More »

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Signs of low potassium include abnormal heart rhythms or palpitations, fatigue or muscle weakness, constipation, muscle damage, and tingling or numbness, according to MedlinePlus. A minor decrease in potassium levels may... More »

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Symptoms of low potassium, or hypokalemia, include tiredness, weakness, and cramping in the leg or arm muscles, according to eMedicineHealth. Other symptoms include constipation, numbness, tingling, vomiting and nausea. ... More »

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A potassium level of 7 millimoles per liter is considered dangerous for the body, according to the Mayo Clinic. This condition is known as hyperkalemia. More »

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Starvation initially causes headaches, weakness, tiredness, cramps and dizziness. Denied glucose, the body enters a hypoglycemic state and confusion, irritability and increased heart-rate follow. As starvation continues,... More »

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A mild vitamin B-12 deficiency often causes no symptoms, but an untreated deficiency made lead to weakness, light-headedness, tiredness, sore tongue, pale skin and easy bruising or bleeding, according to WebMD. People ma... More »

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Low potassium, known as hypokalemia, occurs when blood potassium levels drop below the normal range of 3.6 to 5.2 millimoles per liter, according to Mayo Clinic. Potential causes include diarrhea or vomiting, profuse swe... More »

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