With timing in mind and creating a new set normal, most men will find 8 weeks to be the minimum with 12 weeks being far more efficient; of course, longer will yield better results. At the same time, longer will also increase the risk for potential side-effects, and once again we’re at a scale we must measure. For those who are looking for solid gains while remaining as safe as possible, normally 12-16 weeks of actual supplementation followed by an equal amount of time off-cycle is the best bet; this is a safe and effective way to plan all your steroid cycles. Of course, for many men, based on their goals such a plan will not work; not if they are going to progress in the manner they desire. For the hardcore elite, the truly advanced, you will find they are on-cycle far more than they are off; after all, this is the only way their body’s can support the massive strength and size they have obtained. It’s not uncommon to see such men blast with 16-20 week cycles and only discontinuing use for 4-8 weeks; in some cases, they won’t fully discontinue use at all. In some cases, in hardcore circles it is often found they will supplement heavily for 16-20 weeks and drop to a low dose of testosterone for 4-8 weeks before blasting for another 16-20 weeks. At some point and time they will probably come off of everything, and they should, but either way while this can be very effective it comes with a lot of risk.
My hair is frizz free after paying two hundred dollars to my hair stylist. I did have to sit through the harsh smell while I wore the mask while the hairstylist was wearing his mask and straightening my hair.
However,I have a big dilemma. My hair has been shedding, almost falling out, from the follicle. I'll run my fingers through it and 7 or 8 strands of hair will be removed at a time.
This is heart breaking to me,and I'm thinking maybe at some point it will stop, however, it has been almost 3 weeks and it's still happening.
I almost wish my hair was frizzy again and that it wasn't shedding like this.
Can someone please advise if there is a way to reverse the process?
Since the adrenals are survival glands, and survival is a logical rational thing, anything opposite to logic will be intolerant to a degree. Adrenal cases sometimes have a low tolerance to people making mistakes and errors, incompetent people, etc. They might come in a room and spot something “out of order”. They might have a great day, but that ONE small bad thing engulfs their attention. They say they are multi-taskers, but in reality, they are just dispersed with their attention all over the place. They don’t feel as productive because the incomplete projects lack of follow-through. Their thoughts come in like pop corn not linear sequitur thought patterns. They have a hard time concentrating and feel a bit elsewhere. The reason they procrastinate and do things out of necessity is because they lost their focus and concentration mojo.