FIXING MOONFACE! What To Do About It On Testosterone Blast OR TRT

Kai Palikiko           July  10, 2020

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When it comes to TRT or blasting testosterone, we have to go through a lot of lifestyle adaptations. Now, one of the bigger ones is water retention or as we all like to call it moonface. What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you're trying to get a hold of me by the way, the best way to do that is the link to my email. Now that link is right in description, you click on that, it takes you to a site, you put in your name, your email, any question you have for me, it is gonna go directly to my proton mail.

Now I'm sure like any logical person, one of the first things I would like to do if I get that it's trying to get rid of it as quickly as possible.

It doesn't matter where I'm at in the cycle, either on TRT or blasting, I'm probably gonna want to get rid of it. I don't want to look puffy in my face, super water  retention or anything like that. But if I were to try to adjust it as quickly as possible, bad things might actually happen. For example, like simply adjusting my aromatizing inhibitor right away, that might actually cause more problems than anything else.

Doing TRT or blasting testosterone for the very first time, I have to let my body adjust. I can't just start fixing things right away without letting these hormones settle within my body, because some things, like say, for example, hormonal adaptations are how most people actually know it as testosterone flu, moonface or water retention is actually part of that.

Testosterone flu doesn't just stop at, you know a little bit about nose sniffles or feeling a bit of a cold coming on. Part of it is this, sometimes we might not get that nose sniffling thing or feeling that cold coming on. Sometimes some guys experience when it comes to their hormonal adaptation, it's just moonface or water retention, meaning that this whole water retention thing, hormonal adjustment, or testosterone flu, it's normal.

Some guys might get it worse, but everybody goes through some of the symptoms. It might not be as apparent, some guys don't get any type of symptoms at all, and some guys literally get it really, really bad as well. But this is all common, this is all normal, this is all fine.

 But there are some things that I could personally do to keep this water retention moonface down to a minimum. One of the main ones, as most people don't want to take into accountability here is watching our diet.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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If I were to keep eating a whole lot of sodium loaded type of foods, of course, I'm going to get more water retention than anything else. I got to make sure that my sodium intake is pretty much down to a minimal, especially going through a hormonal adaptations.

 Number two would be taking in dandelion root or diuretics. Both of these things, by the way, are water repellent. I can easily grab this at any pharmacy, it's over the counter, or sometimes it might just be in the isle, I can just literally grab dandelion root or diuretics, I'll take that a couple of days and it will help me expel a lot of excess water that I don't want.

Now number three, this is something that we all should be doing anyway, but again, some of us just don't like to do cardio no matter how low it is, which is doing some type of list cardio, low intensity, steady state type of cardio, doing a level four on the stair masters, walking outside, very low intensity when it comes to just walking on the treadmill. 

Or even just very light rowing as well, to keep the cardio going, which does help expelling more water as well. So those are the top three things that I personally would do if I were, you know, going through that hormonal adaptation period to where I'm just receiving a lot of water and retaining all of it. The big thing that I don't want to do, especially when I'm going through this period, is start popping my Anastrazole pills. 

Some guys that I know, especially at the gym, when, you know, they don't really have a guide, and they start to panic the moment they see it, part of it again, it's normal. We have to let the body adjust. We have to let the exogenous testosterone settle in. We have to go through this process. We can't just see...

And again, it's understandable, right? It's understandable, if we don't know what we're doing, especially for the uninitiated guys, I see something bad happening, I kind of don't like it, the logical thing to do is to do something about it.

But not in this case, hormonal adaptation is absolutely normal, especially when it comes to water retention, I have to let the testosterone settle within my body, because what's going to happen, if I actually do that, if I calm my nerves down, I don't hit that red panic button, calm my tits, and actually let it adapt, after a few weeks that water retention is going to come out naturally anyway. 

Now the three things that I told you about, that's what I personally do, if I don't want to walk around for the next two to three weeks, having that moonface, you know what I mean, because that's not really attractive either. And I'm sure the girls that we're with right now, they're not gonna want to look at that either as well. Those are the small things, but that's pretty much the most we can do.

The big mistake, if I were to go through that is to start adjustment my AIs, because if I were to do that, and my AI... Here we go, 5, 4, 3, 2, if I were to do that and my estrogen levels actually didn't spike, I'm gonna crash my estrogen levels and now I have the water retention to worry about, I have my crashed estrogen to worry about and I'm not going to get any gains at all if I were to crash my estrogen levels. 

So just to reassure and remind you, water retention is normal, especially at the beginning of any blast cycle or any TRT. Anyways email, right in the description, other than that, Kai here, out. Take care.



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