T3-Max-100 contains the active substance Liothyronine, which is a synthetic thyroid hormone. The L-isomers of the natural thyroid hormone triiodothyronine make up this substance (T3). Thyroid hormones drive basal metabolism and are involved in many aspects of cellular activity, including protein, fat, and carbohydrate metabolism. Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland does not produce enough hormones. Liothyronine sodium is used to treat hypothyroidism.
How T3 is used
This drug can be taken in one of two ways. The first is to use T3 on a regular basis to maintain fat-burning stability and to achieve or maintain excellent shape. The progressive approach is the second method. To reduce the negative effects, larger doses are utilized for a short period of time.
Dosages of T3
The calculation of the Liothyronine cycle is a completely individual matter that frequently depends not on the athlete’s specific variables, but on the drug itself. This medicine is unstable, and its effectiveness reduces dramatically with time. As a result, all subsequent cycle figures will be quite approximate.
The standard recommended initial dose for moderate hypothyroidism treatment is 25mcg per day. Then, every 1-2 weeks, raise the daily dosage by no more than 25 micrograms. The recommended daily maintenance dose is usually 25-75mcg. The medicine should be used only once a day. Even though Liothyronine sodium operates quickly, the effects of its use can be seen in the human body for several days after it is stopped.
Liothyronine sodium is utilized by bodybuilders and athletes to accelerate fat loss at levels of 25mcg per day. Increase the dose by 25mcg every 4-7 days, but not more than 100mcg per day. The goal of this application is to gradually increase the drug’s concentration, allowing the body to adjust to a rise in thyroid hormone levels without causing negative effects. Liothyronine sodium is normally administered for no more than 6 weeks and cannot be stopped suddenly. The drug’s use should be stopped in the same manner as it was started. Every four to seven days, the dose should be reduced by 25mcg. This is required for the body to re-establish its endogenous hormone production after therapy has ended, as well as to avoid negative effects.