Cytomix and female bodybuilders

Cytomix contains synthetically produced hormone. It is not an anabolic/androgenic steroid, but a thyroid hormone. The thyroid gland of a healthy person produces two hormones: L-thyroxine (L-T4) and L-triiodothyronine (L-T3). Cytomix is the synthetic equivalent of the thyroid hormone. This drug is used to treat thyroid failure (hypothyroidism) and other secondary symptoms such as obesity, metabolic disorders and fatigue. The higher your hormone level is, the more calories you burn and the more potential you will have to lose weight. Cytomix is a drug that is prescribed to people with hypothyroidism, but it is commonly used by bodybuilders and amateur athletes who want to achieve a level of body fat that would be difficult to achieve without medication. More information on the link:

Bodybuilders stimulate their metabolism with Cytomix, which causes a faster conversion of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Of course, the decisive motive is fat burning. Competing bodybuilders have been using Cytomix for several weeks before the championship because it helps maintain extremely low fat without requiring a starvation diet. Athletes taking low doses of this drug report that steroids become more effective when the hormone is taken with steroids, most likely as a result of faster protein conversion. Until recently, Cytomix was used by bodybuilders, men and especially women, daily for several months to stay “firm” and in good shape throughout the year. An over-stimulated thyroid burns calories like a blast furnace. Currently, athletes are increasingly replacing Cytomix with clenbuterol. There are also those who combine these two compounds and burn a huge amount of fat.

Cytomix and female bodybuilders

This drug is also very popular among female bodybuilders, as women usually have a slower metabolism than men. Getting the right shape for a competition based on today’s standards is a more difficult task for women. They found a way out of a drastic reduction in food and calories below the 1000 calorie a day mark by taking Cytomix. Women are undoubtedly more prone to side effects than men but usually get along very well with 50 mcg/day. Most female bodybuilders believe that short-term use of Cytomel in reasonable doses is definitely more “beneficial” than a diet with severe hunger.

Cytomix – Dosage

Cytomel is without a doubt a very strong and very effective thyroid hormone. It is absolutely necessary to start with a very low dosage, gradually and evenly increasing it over several days. Athletes usually start with one 25 mcg tablet a day and increase this dose every three to four days by one extra pill. Doses above 100 mcg/day are not required or recommended. If the daily dose is divided into three smaller individual doses, it will be more effective. It is also important that Cytomix is not taken for more than six weeks, followed by abstinence for at least two months. It is equally important that the dosage is reduced and gradually abolished by reducing the number of tablets instead of abruptly discontinuing. More details on the website:

Cytomix – Side effects

Many athletes report the side effects of its compound as follows:

  • heart arrhythmias,
  • agitation,
  • shortness of breath,
  • excessive sweating and increased body temperature,
  • diarrhoea or other gastrointestinal symptoms,
  • weight loss,
  • mental disorders, etc. as symptoms of hypersensitivity.

In our experience, the most common symptoms include trembling hands, nausea, headaches, sweating, and palpitations. However, these negative side effects can often be eliminated by temporarily reducing the daily dosage. Cytomix, if not administered with caution, especially at first, can cause rapid and sometimes critical effects. Using Cytomix for several weeks can cause athletes to lose muscle mass, but this can be avoided or delayed while taking steroids. Since this drug also metabolizes protein, the good idea is to follow a protein-rich diet.

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