Lasix (Furosemide) by Sanofi Aventis has a diuretic effect. Lasix helps to remove water and salt from the body by increasing urine output. This medicine helps to treat arterial hypertension. It also helps to reduce swelling and water retention caused by liver, kidney or heart disease. In bodybuilding, diuretics are used to remove excess fluid from the body in preparation for competitions, making it possible to look sculpted. Buy the drug at the best price in our shop in Australia.
Effects of Lasix
After taking Lasix, it will start expelling fluid from the body in about an hour at a high rate, and this expulsion will last for about 3-4 hours. When using Lasix, you should expect copious and frequent urination. In fact, urination can be so frequent that many people find it annoying. A person should also expect noticeable weight loss during this time. You will not lose fat, it will just be liquid, but it can be enough to noticeably change your overall body weight.
Because of the effects of Lasix, some athletes who find it difficult to meet weight requirements will try a diuretic. It may work well enough, but it can also have a negative effect on performance.
How to take Lasix tablets
There is no set standard dose of Lasix for athletes. The total dosage may vary according to the needs and individual factors that surround the athlete. Nevertheless, many athletes will find that 20 mg is a good start, with a further 20 mg after 12 hours if required. Very few, if any, require more than 40 g per day. Regardless of the specific dose, 2-3 days of use should be the maximum time frame for any athlete.
For a safer feeling that still allows you to enjoy the benefits of this diuretic, combining it with a potassium sparing diuretic may be recommended. According to this protocol, 20 mg of Lasix together with 50 mg of Aldactone should help the person to control the side effects. This will keep the Lasix dose low and should be all the athlete needs when adding additional Aldactone.
Side effects of Furosemide
The side effects of Lasix can be drastic. Dehydration is possible, but usually unlikely as you are simply removing excess fluid from your body. However, when you use it as a training aid, you are dehydrating your body, it is the idea to remove as much fluid as possible. This, in turn, will lead to a severe electrolyte imbalance, and this should be monitored carefully.
In addition, with dehydration and electrolyte imbalance, Lasix side effects may include all of the following: dizziness, headache, dry mouth, gastrointestinal discomfort, low urine volume, muscle cramps, low blood pressure, cramps.