While Albuterol Salbutamol can be dosed multiple times per day continuously within the dosage limits discussed, it’s not necessarily completely safe to do so. When considering benefits to risk, doing so is safe enough for diseased patients, but it would be unwarranted to say they experience no harm from unending stimulation. While I have no proof that it’s unwise to use albuterol multiple times per day continuously, as opinion I suggest that it’s more conservative to cycle such use.
The principal possible adverse side effects of Albuterol Salbutamol are increased or irregular heart rate, increased blood pressure, chest pain, increased difficulty in urination if having BPH, tremors, headache, anxiety, cramps, allergic reaction, or excessive muscle pumps. Albuterol use can also cause loss of potassium and loss of taurine.
Taurine supplementation, for example 3-5 g/day, generally solves any muscle pump problem and almost certainly addresses any problem of loss. Potassium supplementation is probably unnecessary when consuming a diet with ample fruits and vegetables, but is advisable where these are lacking. A simple way to supplement potassium is to use Lite Salt in moderate amounts.
Both albuterol and thyroid hormone (T3 or T4) are effective fat loss agents, and therefore one might desire to combine them. However because both act to stimulate the heart, DO SO ONLY WITH EXTREME CAUTION AND NEVER WITH HIGH THYROID DOSING.
Ephedrine can be the choice when wishing a natural supplement or when it can be obtained but not albuterol or clenbuterol, or when simply having a personal preference for it. Its fat-loss effectiveness is very good, but not as good as that of the pharmaceuticals.
Albuterol Salbutamol can be the choice when wishing near-optimal fat loss together with excellent aid in muscle and strength retention or even gain, or when seeking improved muscle gain while minimizing or avoiding fat gain.
Clenbuterol can be the hardcore choice when needing even a slightly greater edge in cutting at the price of greater perceived harshness and possible small compromise in strength.