For the past several days you have been feeling weak and don’t feel like doing anything. It’s funny, you know yourself, you consider yourself an active person, but still something disturbs you. So you nervously enter the hospital’s doors, gloomy thoughts running through your mind. Maybe there was something in the water, or maybe the dog picked up some kind of virus on its latest walk. You have no idea where to go.
You go to the doctor’s office, tell your story, convinced that something is different than how it used to be. It has to be a disease. So, you expect it to be treated. You expect, at least, a perfusion. The doctor listens to you, patiently. Thus, you have found a good doctor.
After you finish your story, guess what? The doctor taps you on the shoulder and advises that you take a potassium supplement. Well, you can find it anywhere, in every kind of food. How important can it be that it can create so many problems?
Let’s find out what these, apparently tiny, elements, with an enormous role, really are.