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First, you should understand that the amount of sodium that is released into water depends greatly on how hard your water is. If you have really hard water (more than 10 GPG) your water softener in Phoenix will have to use more sodium to transform the magnesium and calcium. The good news is that the amount of sodium needed to transform even the hardest of water doesn’t amount to much.
Regular, untreated water doesn’t contain much sodium, but consider how much your water softener in Phoenix actually adds to the water. On average, an 8-ounce glass of softened water will contain about 13 milligrams of sodium. That may seem like a large amount until you consider that most sodas contain over 100 milligrams of sodium in the same size serving. Most doctors agree that the risk of drinking soft water is nearly nonexistent for healthy people.
On the other hand, if you are on a salt-restricted diet, drinking salt water may cause potential problems. In that case, you may consider filtering your water so that the salt content can be reduced. You may also choose to hook up your water softener in Phoenix so that only the hot water in your home is soft. That way your drinking water will remain hard.
As a general rule, the best way to decrease your salt intake is through your diet, not through your water softener in Phoenix. Drinking soft water will rarely pose any kind of health risk.