Low sodium or hyponatremia is not as rare as one would believe and the consequences are grave... to address the cause, not just raise the low salt. Furthermore, we can't quickly raise someone's sodium...
The short answer, no. You need to find out the underlying cause.
For example, if it is osteoarthritis, Nsaids like this block the inflammation but inhibit chondrocytosis which is the growth of cartilage cells. Essentially
Low sodium foods
Deb, Cantaloupe contains only 28 mg of sodium per cup (177g), which makes it a very low sodium food. At 60 calories per cup, it provides 120% of daily needs of vitamin A and 108% daily
It's a matter of total sodium per day. If you don't eat anything else with salt, a little cheese... out the DASH eating plan, low sodium (1200mg sodium/day) - Get your free plan at: