Arimidex Anastrozole 1MG
Arimidex is the sales name for this drug. The real name of this drug is anastrozole. Arimidex stops aromatase from working in the body. Aromatase is a type of enzyme that makes testosterone and other steroid hormones estrogen. By using Arimidex, you reduce estrogen and you cut off the estrogen effect of the steroids you use. One of the first drugs that come to mind during PCT periods is arimidex.
Arimidex Anastrozole Benefits
Arimidex anastrozole is indispensable for PCT periods as it cuts the estrogen hormone in the body. It prevents steroids from converting to estrogen during cycle times and that's why it's great.
Arimidex Anastrozole Side Effects
Rarely, side effects may occur. Some of the side effects of Arimidex are as follows.
Nausea and vomiting
Differences for Men and Women on Arimidex Anastrozole
It's not a problem for men. It is not recommended for women to use, because estrogen is very important in the female body. Since Arimidex cuts estrogen, it can cause different problems in women.
The ideal dosage for Arimidex is 0.5 to 1 mg per day. For some people, 0.5 mg is too much. If you are beginner, you should start with 0.5 mg and then gradually increase the dosage.
It is recommended to take Arimidex at the same time each day. You can take it with or without food, there are no such restrictions. If you miss a dosage, take it as soon as you remember. However, if the time for the next dosage is near, don’t double the dose. Skip the missed one.