Hi all, Looking for some advice on some symptoms which appear to have worsened when I try any form of detoxification. I have the full gamut of health issues - gut issues (Constiptation), hypoglycemia, multiple chemical sensitivity, fatigue, brain fog etc. Probably 50 symptoms or so. I've long since felt that detoxification will play a part in my healing due to my MCS but I appear to experience some strong adverse effects that 'feel' like some sort of electrolyte imbalance. Recently after taking a few epsom salt baths every other day for a week and not too hot, I feel bone dry on the inside. I believe 'parched' is the expression. My eyes are extremely dry and I'm feeling more constipated with hard to pass stools. I urinate quite frequently generally and also have what I thought was idiopathic neuropathy but am starting to wonder whether all these things are also related to electrolytes, specifically potassium. My brain fog tends to get worse with any type of detox, whether it's baths, sauna or something to stimulate my bowel to improve the constipation. I know the issue is electrolyte imbalance as I did end up at the ER a long time ago with similar symptoms that transpired to not be of any major concern (according to them). I pee'd out an almost clear sample of urine and was told I was dehydrated, given a cup of water and then discharged. The fact my urine was so clear and I appeared to be dehydrated signaled no alarm bells. I get sufficient sodium in my diet from sea salt, although I am on a restricted diet to help with all my food allergies and constipation. It's high fat, moderate protein and moderate carb with all carbs from fruit. Other than that it's meat, fish and veggies. There are a wide range of foods I can't eat due to my gut such as most starch, dairy, nightshades and some fodmaps. My memory of how I've felt isn't the best but I think I may have felt similar symptoms during one of many failed attempts at starting methylation. This was at doses of one drop of B12 liquid or a few crumbs of a tablet. I can't be certain though. Only one way to find out - test and try supplementing but could this dehydration I'm feeling be related to potassium? I wouldn't want it to get worse by trying. I don't supplement with magnesium as it tends to worsen my 'air hunger' and almost feel like it's lowering my already low blood pressure. Oh and yes....I am drinking enough water, but the more I drink the more it goes through me. I've been tested for diabetes in the past and it's been negative. Many thanks!