How does SARMs work?

SARM is an acronym for SELECTIVE ANDROGEN RECEPTOR MODULATORS
Sarms are a new generation of drugs that act like steroids in the body and cause the growth of skeletal muscle cells. This generation of drugs does not have side effects of steroids and are much less dangerous than steroids. The beginner uses these drugs for their course. And professional people use it as a bridge between two steroid treatments, since not only does muscle contraction and body density and volume prevent more muscle growth after and between periods. So now that we know what are SARMs let’s see how does it work.

This generation of drugs with names such as:

  • Starrin (OSTARINE) or MK-2866
  • CARDARINE or GW-501516
  • Andarine (ANDARINE) or S-4
  • LGD-4033

These drugs will undergo a third phase of research and will eventually become massive. These drugs are liquid and orally consumed(drip sublingual). In terms of anabolic drugs, they are relatively good drugs with relatively low side effects, anabolic effect 36% higher than testosterone and an irrogenic effect of 27% Testosterone. The low life span (about 4 hours) is another characteristic of this generation of drugs, which is actually a two-ping negative test. Another benefit of this family of medicines can be the prevention of osteoporosis. To prevent mononosis and vandosuppression (Menopause in men and women) is very suitable.

The enlargement of the prostate, which is a complication of steroids, has not been observed in research on SARMs. In addition, it has been tested on castrated animals that has been shown to test for growth test and prevent osteoporosis. One of the strengths of the SARMs among bodybuilders is that it is used with any drug, such as steroids and peptides. It has a lot of testosterone propionate, but it does not affect the FSH-LH cycle. Increasing the strength and reducing the fat is another positive feature of these drugs.
The side effects of this medication are:

  • Somewhat enlarged prostate
  • Visual impairment
  • Water retention

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