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Lioprime or Liothyronine (T3) is commonly associated with the synthetic brand of thyroid hormone Liothyronin sodium. The drug is an excellent copy of the naturally produced thyroid hormone triiodothyronine or, as it is commonly called, the hormone T3. While synthetic Liothyronine (T3) has been available since the 1950s, thyroid hormones, including T3, have been used in medicine since the 1890s. Early plans for treating the thyroid gland included animal biological extracts that contained the pure forms of the hormones T3 and T4.

The extracted thyroid hormones have proven to be very useful for therapeutic purposes, especially for the treatment of hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid does not produce enough hormones, which can lead to weight gain, loss of energy, hair loss, as well as changes in the appearance and texture of the skin. Taking Lioprime, a synthetic model of the hormone T3, has proven to be safer and more healthful for such treatment.

Functions and properties of Liothyronine (T3)

Lioprime or T3 – thyroid hormone, which significantly affects the metabolic rate, stimulating it. This hormone is involved in many cellular functions, including the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. If the human body does not produce enough of this hormone, as, for example, in hypothyroidism, the metabolism will not function properly. With hypothyroidism, body fat will increase, which is extremely difficult to fight. There may also be a loss of energy, and in some cases, hair loss. Taking Liothyronine (T3) provides the body with the thyroid hormone necessary to solve this problem.

Typically, low doses of Lioprime are used to treat hypothyroidism. This will not necessarily contribute to weight loss, but should return the metabolism to proper functioning. However, many athletes prefer to take Liothyronine (T3) in order to increase fat loss. Taking Tsitomiel, along with a calorie-restricting diet, will contribute to significant and accelerated fat burning. Due to its effectiveness, this type of use is recommended without taking anabolic steroids.

This is one of the most powerful tools for weight loss, which we have at our disposal, but we cannot call it ideal. Many performing athletes complain that Liothyronine (T3) makes them lethargic, which is not surprising. Lioprime feeds on ATP. The need to take high doses to achieve maximum results in weight loss, as well as depletion of ATP, can lead to loss of muscle tissue. The body will take everything needed from any source in order to satisfy its energy needs. For this reason, it is recommended to take Lioprime in combination with an anabolic remedy.

Side Effects of Lioprime

Cytomel is generally considered a well-tolerated hormone for most healthy adults, except for patients with hypothyroidism. Side effects of Cytomel usually occur due to an overdose of the drug or taking too high doses, you should also take into account the individual sensitivity to the drug. Possible side effects of Liothyronine (T3) include:

  1. Headache
  2. Sweating
  3. Arrhythmia
  4. Nervousness
  5. Increased intestinal motility
  6. Menstrual disorders

Use of Liothyronine (T3)

For the treatment of hypothyroidism, the dosage of Lioprime usually starts with 25 mcg per day. After several weeks of intake, as a rule, hormone levels are rechecked, after which the dose can be increased by 25 micrograms. After another 2 weeks, the dose can also be increased to 75 mcg, until a comfortable dosage level is reached. 25-75 mcg per day, with an average dosage of 25-50 mcg per day, will be quite enough. Regardless of the dosage, the daily dose should be taken once a day.

In order to improve performance, the doses of Liothyronine (T3) will be the same as in the treatment of hypothyroidism. The initial dose will be 25 mcg per day, if necessary, increasing the total dosage by 12.5-25 mcg every 2-4 weeks. For most, you will not need to take more than 75-100 mcg per day; 125 micrograms per day is possible for a short period of time. Such a high dose may be acceptable at the end of a rigid competitive diet, but should not be regular, due to the severity of the diet. The safest duration of use of the drug will be 6-8 weeks. It can be longer, for example, 8-12 weeks, but this will increase the risk of thyroid dependence. However, most healthy adults will not have this problem. As soon as you reach the final high dose — time to finish the intake, it is recommended to reset the dose by 25 mcg per day and keep this dosage for 7–10 days. This will allow the body to adapt and protect you from hypothyroidism. There are no reasons for abrupt cessation of the drug intake, taking low doses for 7-10 days is mandatory.

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