Beyond a jittery or wired feeling, as a stimulant this can lead to insomnia, and once again for some people no matter what they do they will not be able to sleep if they use Clen, and once again it will make use impossible. For this reason, it's important you take all your Clenbuterol early in the day, and if you do so most will not have a problem. Then the final of all the side-effects of Clenbuterol in-regards to stimulation appears to be headaches; this is a rare occurrence, but it is possible. For many, if headaches occur they will quickly adapt and they will dissipate, but for others it may be too much. These are the stimulating side-effects of Clenbuterol, but there is one more bothersome effect we must mention; muscle cramps. Clen has the ability to deplete taurine, and this can lead to cramping; the solution, supplement with taurine and drink more water and perhaps increase your sodium intake slightly and the problem will go away if it occurs.
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