Do SARMs help joints?

Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs) can contribute to joint health, especially in the fitness world. These supplements have been found to be effective alternatives to anabolic steroids in increasing strength, building muscle mass, and speeding up the healing and recovery phases while giving a boost of energy. 

Studies show that SARMs can address joint conditions such as arthritis, cancer-related cachexia (muscle wasting), and osteoporosis. Aside from providing support to joints and muscles, SARMs also reduce inflammation levels in the body which contribute to swelling.

Which SARMs are best for joint health?

Based on user data, there are three SARMs that work for joint health:

  • LGD-4033 (Ligandrol) is widely used by MMA fighters who need to recover quickly from serious injuries. It is also used in the medical industry for hip fractures. It supports joint health by helping the joints relax while the injured person is recovering.
  • MK-2866 (Ostarine) is one of the best SARMs for joint pain and healing. User data and other anecdotal evidence show that users on MK-2866 had quicker recoveries than those taking other SARMs.
  • S-4 (Andarine) promotes tissue repair and helps you gain muscle mass and strength. Strong muscles provide more support to your joints, helping make them healthy and prevent joint pain.

How to take SARMs for joint health?

You can start a SARM cycle for joints if you don’t have any pre-existing medical conditions or you are not taking other medications. If you have joint problems that are not exercise- related, visit your doctor before taking SARMs.

If you decide to start SARMs, it’s best to take the mildest, lowest dose and for a short time.

This will give you an idea of how your body will react to the supplement. To get the best results, combine regular exercise and a healthy diet.

Consult your doctor for more information about SARMs.


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About the author 

Simon Courtney

Simon has been involved in the healthcare industry for over 20 years. He has served on the board of several healthcare non-profits and has written numerous articles on health and wellness. He is passionate about helping people improve their health and lives. Simon currently resides in New York City with his wife and two children.

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