Tiromel (T3) 100 tabs (25 mсg/1 tab)
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- Why buy this product
Tiromel (T3, Liothyronine) by Abdi Ibrahim is used by athletes for weight management and body fat reduction. In fact, some bodybuilders use liothyronine in hopes of boosting their metabolism and energy, which can help them lose weight while maintaining muscle mass and optimizing their fitness.
Liothyronine (liothyronine sodium) is a synthetic thyroid hormone that is a form of triiodothyronine (T3), one of the two main hormones produced by the thyroid gland. Triiodothyronine plays an important role in regulating metabolism, growth and development of the body.
Dosage and method of application Tiromel
- the usual cycle length is 4-8 weeks (some athletes cycle up to 12 weeks);
- beginners: not recommended;
- hobby: 25-75 mcg/day;
- professional range: 50-150 mcg/day (some athletes use up to 300 mcg/day);
- women: 25-75 mcg/day;
- Half-life: 1-2 days (active life 4-7 days);
- detection time: 4-8 weeks.
To reduce the chance of side effects, include beta-blockers in your course. Use T3 in the morning to avoid insomnia.
Effects of taking Tiromel
- acceleration of metabolism;
- improved body heat production;
- fat burning;
- appetite suppression;
- reduced need for sleep;
- improvement of physical performance;
- stimulating effect on the central nervous system.
Medical indications for taking Tiromel
- Hypothyroidism: Liothyronine is used to treat hypothyroidism, which is a condition in which the thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid hormones (triiodothyronine and thyroxine). Hypothyroidism can lead to a variety of symptoms, including fatigue, drowsiness, muscle weakness, problems with memory and concentration, decreased body temperature, thickening of the skin, hair and nail problems, weight gain, and others.
- Post-stage hypothyroidism: In some cases, liothyronine may be used after surgical removal of the thyroid gland or radioactive iodine to maintain hormone levels in the body and prevent the development of hypothyroidism.
- Replacement Therapy for Thyroid Cancer: For thyroid cancer, it may be necessary to remove the gland or use radioactive iodine to kill the tumor. As a result, hypothyroidism can occur, and liothyronine is used to compensate for the lack of hormones.
Application and dosage of Tiromel
The optimal dosage of the drug is determined in each case individually. More often, they start taking 50 mcg per day, 2 times a day (25 mcg each). The dose is gradually increased to 150–300 mcg per day, so that the body gradually gets used to the hormone. Reception is divided into 3 times a day. The drug is not taken after 18:00. It is used in cycles up to 6 weeks. Breaks between courses - 3-4 weeks.
Reception of T3 is also stopped gradually. 2 weeks before the end of the cycle, the dose begins to be gradually reduced until it is completely canceled.
While taking the drug, you need to monitor the pulse rate. If there is heaviness in the heart area, it is worth including Asparkam (a source of potassium and magnesium - elements that are necessary to maintain a normal heart rhythm) and Riboxin (improves the energy balance of the myocardium) in the course.
- hyperthyroidism: The use of liothyronine can cause an excess of thyroid hormones in the body, which can lead to a condition called hyperthyroidism. This can manifest as nervousness, anxiety, irritability, increased appetite, weight loss, palpitations, increased sweating, hand tremors, and other symptoms;
- heart problems: Liothyronine can affect the activity of the heart, causing rapid heart rate (tachycardia) or arrhythmias. In patients with cardiac problems or arrhythmia, liothyronine should be used with extreme caution;
- bone tissue processing: Long-term use of liothyronine in high doses may cause a decrease in bone density, which increases the risk of osteoporosis;
- overexcitation and insomnia: Some patients may experience overexcitation, insomnia, or difficulty falling asleep as a result of taking liothyronine;
- headaches: Some people may experience headaches when using the drug;
- allergic reactions: In rare cases, allergic reactions to liothyronine are possible, manifested in the form of a skin rash, itching, swelling of the face, larynx or tongue, shortness of breath and other symptoms. In the event of such reactions, you should immediately seek medical help;
Overdose can also cause shock, exacerbate or cause angina or congestive heart failure.
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Tiromel (T3) 100 tabs (25 mсg/1 tab)