Synthroid T4 is an oral compound which is a tyrosine-based hormone produced by the thyroid gland. As a medication it is often used as a weight loss drug to maintain a low fat content during the preparation for various contests and sport events. It also has the capacity to increase the metabolism by increasing the rate of cellular activity through a more efficient and fast utilization of carbohydrates, fats and proteins in the human body. This allows for the body to burn more calories and use them more sufficiently. Synthroid T4 is one of most popular weight loss drugs among bodybuilders and fitness models.
The average dosage of Synthroid T4 is 25 -100 mcg per day. Athletes are recommended to start with the minimal dosage and increase it gradually up to 300 mcgs depending on the organism tolerance. A cycle should last no longer than 6 weeks and it should never be halted abruptly. Synthroid T4 may be used in stack with Clenbuterol to generate more effective results, while some athletes use it with the anabolic steroids to make them more effective as the result of the faster conversion of protein.
The main side effects that may occur while using T4 are: vomiting, diarrhea, stomach cramps, nervousness, irritability, insomnia, heart palpitations, agitation, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, sweating, nausea, headaches or psychic or metabolic disorders.