If you ever wondered how to use a post cycle therapy after a cycle of SARMs or if you even need one at all, continue reading this article and you’ll know your answer.
However, before we get right down to the details, let me give you a quick rundown on what a post cycle therapy is and why it should be a top priority in your checklist after ANY cycle: whether that’s using SARMs, prohormones, or anabolic steroids.
Traditional Post Cycle Therapy
You can easily think of post cycle therapy or PCT as a process in which you normalize hormonal levels in your body.
There are some hormones in your system, particularly estrogen, that tend to experience an abnormal surge after cycling with anabolic steroids and prohormones.
While that’s not common with SARM usage, post cycle therapy is still recommended as it may potentially affect testosterone levels as a by-product of its usage.
How SARMs are Different
To put it simply, selective androgen receptor modulators or SARMS are designed to create the same anabolic effects as steroids but without the side effects.
When you think of the word “selective“, I want you to imagine this particular compound acting just like that.
SARMs attached to the androgen receptor, modulate and increase the activity on the muscle cells, and does so selectively in a way where it can bypass the typical side effects that come with just increasing testosterone production the way steroids do.
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SARMs are also much more advanced than steroids in the following ways:
- They do not inhibit your HPTA levels to the large extent of steroids (no large reduction in LH or FSH)
- Has conversion to estrogen and dihydrotestosterone
- Creates no harsh liver toxicity from methylated compounds
- Can be taken orally and not injected.
A SARMs PCT Regime
Since SARMs don’t disrupt the hormonal levels in the body, you can experience all the great benefits of SARMs and athletic enhancement without the side effects of need for a post cycle therapy.
Not only that, but you can actually use SARMs as part of your PCT to regulate hormonal levels, without the need for pills like Nolvadex or Letrozole.
All you need is some basic over the counter cycle support or natural test boosters and you’re good to go.