10 warning signs of eating too much salt that you should never ignore

2. More frequent toilet use

If too much salt makes you thirsty, then it is only natural that you would need to use the toilet a lot more often to urinate. Sodium causes your body to retain water, making your kidneys more active. As your kidney function increases, the bladder fills with urine and causes frequent urge to run to the toilet again. Something that is overlooked by many is that your kidneys can become damaged due to this increased function; they can deteriorate faster. If your kidney function is down to 15 percent, you will need a kidney transplant or dialysis to survive. Read on the next page which 8 other warning signs you should not ignore.