Clenbuterol – also known as clenbuterol – is an active amine often used as a bronchodilation and decongestant by asthmatic patients. Most patients with persistent breathing difficulties such as asthma also use it as a bronchodilator. It is most often available in the form of the dehydrated crystalline salt, clenbuterol sodium. It is not normally available in pharmacies, but is available in some supermarkets and online stores.
Clenbuterol has been shown to be an effective bronchoconstrictor. However, while it does offer a measure of relief for asthma sufferers, it should not be taken as an alternative to treatment. The drugs may help you breathe easier by reducing inflammation of the airways, but they will do nothing to cure or prevent the condition.
Clenbuterol works by increasing the amount of fatty acids in the lungs, allowing for greater gas exchange and reducing mucus production, but its side effects include the development of a serious underlying medical problem called alveolar emphysema. This is more common in those who smoke but can occur at any time after stopping smoking, even without a cigarette in hand. Alveolar emphysema can cause very serious problems, including heart failure, emphysema, and pulmonary fibrosis.
The effect of clenbuterol on the bronchial sphincter relaxes the airways and allows for more natural exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen. This causes a slight increase in the size and duration of the respiratory cycle. Clenbuterol has also been found to reduce the swelling and inflammation of the airway as well as improving the ability of the respiratory tract to clear mucus. Clenbuterol can also cause an increased feeling of fullness or pain when swallowing or breathing. It may cause a reduction in the ability of the stomach to absorb food and so may reduce appetite.
If you are taking Clenbuterol for any other reason and experiencing any of the above symptoms, speak to your doctor immediately. If you have had a severe allergic reaction to clenbuterol before you started taking it or if you feel like you may be at risk of an adverse reaction, stop taking the drug immediately and tell your doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible.
While the drug is available in both the stronger and milder forms, the stronger form is more commonly prescribed. It is still widely used for acute exacerbations of asthma as well as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Some experts believe that the drug’s effects can be more effective for certain patients than the weaker type. However, patients who take clenbuterol in lower doses on a daily basis usually get the same results, although there is no evidence to support this belief.
The side effects of clenbuterol can range from mild to very severe depending on the patient and their age, health, and circumstances. These include chest discomfort, difficulty breathing, dizziness, lightheadedness, increased saliva production, nausea, headaches, and increased urination. In the more severe cases, clenbuterol can cause a loss of consciousness and unconsciousness, coma, convulsions, and death. If you are pregnant, you are at a greater risk of developing an adverse reaction to the drug. Therefore, you should consult with your physician or pharmacist before using clenbuterol.
Clenbuterol may not be suitable for everyone, especially if you have severe respiratory problems, are taking certain medications, have liver or kidney problems, or have a history of drug abuse or addiction. Clenbuterol may also not be safe for some people due to its interaction with other medications, including antibiotics, heart medications, anti-seizure drugs, or blood pressure medications. Therefore, do your research and discuss any possible complications of taking the drug with your doctor or pharmacist.