What Is A Dangerously High Sodium Level? | Healthystripe
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What is a dangerously high sodium level?

11 September 2023

Normal levels of serum sodium range from 135 mmol/L to 145 mmol/L. Too much Sodium level of more than 145 mmol/L is referred to as hypernatremia. The severity of signs and symptoms occurs when sodium levels reach above 160 mmol/L. At the same time, sodium levels greater than 180 mmol/L or 190 mmol/L can increase the mortality rate in many individuals. 

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