Potassium chloride and hydrochloric acid

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1916673_tn?1420236870 There are two different kinds of salts contained in blood and, in their appropriate volumes, they are essential to good health and life. The two salts are potassium chloride (KCl) and sodium chloride (NaCl). Chloride ions maintain blood volume, affect blood pressure and help control the acid-balance of the canine body. Chloride is reformed into hydrochloric acid in the stomach to assist in the digestion of food.
Avatar_f_tn Hypothyroidism slows metabolism and this is turn can cause the parietal cells in the stomach to produce less stomach (hydrochloric) acid. Low stomach acid is the most common cause of acid reflux and other digestive issues. Stomach acid is essential for the absorption of vitamin B12. As vitamin B12 deficiency affects the nerves, your myclonic jerks at night can be caused by this deficiency state. Extreme fatigue and memory problems are a couple of the many symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency.
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Avatar_n_tn You are also probably insulin resistant, have excess belly fat, and fall asleep after high carb meals and suffer from acid reflux. It all goes together. I good endocrinologist familiar with diabetes may be able to help diagnose insulin resistance. However is reducing your carbohydrate intake cures the post meal mucus production, acid reflux, and even tiredness.. Then you don't need to spend money on doctors.
Avatar_n_tn That anxiety, ibs, and stress have led to ulcers and my stomach being torn to shreds with acid. And then they give me antacids and send me on my way. Well, all of this seems logical, but why has my stomach not healed after months and months of diet changing and antacid treating? I have been noticing that anxiety (watching a big football game) along with eating gassy food (like a bratwurst) can bring this on as apposed to just another day.