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Clenbuterol is a beta2-adrenomimetic (stimulates beta2-adrenoreceptors) and is used in many countries as a remedy for bronchial asthma and other pulmonary diseases. Due to its long half-life, clenbuterol has not been approved by the FDA for medical use. Being a stimulator of the central nervous system, it acts like adrenaline, also having many similarities with such CNS stimulants as ephedrine. Despite popular opinion, clenbuterol has a half-life of 35 hours, not 48 hours.
Being a beta-2 agonist, clenbuterol acts as a fat burner by binding to type 2 beta receptors in the fatty and muscular tissue of the human body. After clenbuterol binds to the receptor, a cascade of biochemical reactions is initiated that leads to an increase in cAMP synthesis (cyclic adenosine monophosphate). cAMP, in turn, activates enzymes that mobilize fatty acids from adipocytes (adipose tissue cells).
When clenbuterol acts on the beta-2 adrenoreceptors of the presynaptic membrane, the release of norepinephrine and adrenaline increases, which have a powerful fat-burning effect. Clenbuterol increases the basal metabolic rate by 20-30% from the initial level.
Clenbuterol inhibits the activity of lipoprotein lipase, as a result of which fat deposition in adipose tissue becomes impossible. Acting on the beta-2-adrenoreceptors of the central nervous system, this drug enhances the secretion of thyroid hormones  - the body's natural fat burners.
A unique feature of clenbuterol is that it is not only a powerful fat burner but also has a pronounced anti-catabolic effect, protecting muscles from destruction, which is very important during weight loss and drying in bodybuilding. In studies, it was found that the anti-catabolic effect of the drug is due to the blocking of Ca ++ dependent and ubiquitin-proteasome proteolysis.
Side Effects of Clenbuterol
Nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, palpitations, dizziness, insomnia, sweating, and many others. But the most frequent and most common effects are muscle cramps, anxiety, headache, and high blood pressure.
Some side effects can be avoided, for example: to avoid muscle cramps, you need to drink 5-8 liters of water a day and eat bananas and oranges. Potassium also helps 200-400 grams a day before bedtime on an empty stomach. Headaches can be prevented by taking analgesics, such as acetaminophen at the first symptoms. Some require taking the dose increased by 2 times.