Hyposmolality is a condition in which there are lower than normal levels of electrolytes, chemicals, and other solutes in the blood. Hyposmolality indicates that the body’s balance of water and electrolytes is abnormal. Sometimes, hyposmolality is caused by consuming a large quantity of fluids and overhydrating the body. Hyposmolality may occur due to a condition called hyponatremia, which is a lack of sodium in bodily fluids. Hyposmolality may also be a sign of lung cancer or an abnormality that prevents the body from release ADH hormone, which helps to regulate electrolytes in the body. A blood sample, which is then analyzed, is used to diagnose hyposmolality.
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