Treatments to lower potassium levels in the blood include a low potassium diet, medication changes, diuretics, insulin, cation-exchange resins and dialysis, as stated by MedicineNet. Doctors use dialysis if other treatme... More »

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Potassium is a mineral used for the treatment and prevention of low potassium levels, according to WebMD. It is also used for treating high blood pressure and preventing stroke. More »

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Doctors typically use potassium to treat and prevent low potassium levels, heart attacks and irregular heartbeats, according to WebMD. Other possible uses of potassium supplements include reducing calcium levels in the u... More »

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While eating a healthy diet, getting exercise and limiting alcohol consumption are all important in the overall plan to lower blood pressure, they do not take the place of medication when a doctor prescribes it, accordin... More »

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Low blood pressure is remedied by change of diet, lifestyle changes and medication, states WebMD. Suitable treatments for low blood pressure are determined by the specific cause of low blood pressure in each individual. More »

A good diet menu to maintain low potassium levels consists of different fruits, vegetables, proteins, grains, and dairy products that have a low potassium content of less than 200 milligrams, states Healthline. The total... More »

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As explained in Diabetes Forecast magazine, apart from administrating insulin, physical activity is the quickest way to lower blood sugar levels. The American Diabetic Association says the effect exercise has on blood gl... More »

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