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What Is Sodium Levels in Water for?

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Sodium levels in water are important to people who have to watch their sodium intake for the sake of their health. Sodium is found naturally in water and its levels are increased when sodium is added to soften hard water. Taking water with high sodium levels might increase the risk of high blood pressure.
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