Some people do. But, you really can't say for sure that it isn't from low blood sugar. It may be. And, everyone gets low blood sugar from slin use- you just have to use enough of it and it will happen. Maybe the igf1-lr3 is having its effects over a time frame that you aren't used to- i.e. your nutrient intake timing may be slightly off. But, then again I've heard others talk about this and describe it as feeling different than low blood sugar, so who knows.
How much slin were you using and what kind where you didn't get any sleepiness? I'm not saying you are wrong about it. But your logic is a little fuzzy. It reminds me of my gf telling me her dvd player can't be broke (when it wouldn't play a disc), "It never had any problems before, so it can't be broken."
And, I imagine switching to des would help. It's shorter acting, more of a local vs systemic effect.
IGF does cause lethargy it also can cause a slight euphoria in some users. I remember reading this when researching IGF and have experienced it myself. Its just more of a relaxed feeling for me tho and not too sleepy.
Forklift - It cannot be from the Slin. I've used slin for years without this problem. The tiredness is not the low blood sugar type of tiredness. Its more like the HGH sleepiness.
I'm taking 13IU after workout. I take them in the morning after workout & feel sleepy even 15 hours after administration. Even on days i don't take slin i feel sleepy. So this cannot be from Slin.
Dog-slime- U're right. Its more like the HGH type of sleepiness. However, it seems it's going away. It is like it is slowly subsiding. Its been two weeks.
Today i feel great & didnt feel sleepy at all. In fact i had more focus.
It absolutely caused severe lethargy in me. This was not due to low blood sugar, as I test my BG regularly. Do you remember as a child how we used to be able to take super-naps during the day? Especially during growth spurts, GH output during youth is substantial, which causes elevated IGF levels...