Anavol is a creatine supplement made up of a combination of creatine alpha-ketoglutarate, glutamine alpha-ketoglutarate and ctrulline-malate. It is used to improve muscle strength, muscle size and athletic performance. There are both positive and negative side effects to using this supplement, all of which are listed below.
Anavol, like any creatine supplement, is used to create bigger and fuller muscles. When taking creatine, it is recommended to drink large amounts of water to help in the muscle-building process. As a result of this water intake, the muscles absorb excess water and give the user the appearance of larger muscles.
Creatine users also experience increased energy and longevity both during their workouts and throughout the course of the day. It is important to understand your limitations when using creatine in conjunction with your workouts. Increased amounts of energy can lead to trying to lift too much weight at a given time, possibly resulting in serious injury.
Due to both the nature of creatine and the excess amounts of water being ingested while using the drug, it is common for creatine users to experience water retention during their cycle. This will lead to muscles appearing bigger, but at the same time the muscles will feel softer than normal. This can be seen as either a positive or negative side effect of the drug, depending on the individual.
There are also some possible internal problems that can come as a result of repeated creatine use. These include excess gas and bloating, diarrhea, possible negative effects on the muscles of the heart and, in rare cases, kidney stones. Consult your doctor if you experience any of these side effects as a result of using Anavol.
Make sure you are healthy enough to engage in strenuous athletic activity before using any creatine supplement in conjunction with your workouts. A visit to your doctor for a complete check up is highly recommended before taking any creatine-containing supplements.