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Sunday 01, Jul 2012

  Adverse Results of Anabolic Steroids

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If you have always been left clueless on how some athletes have been so successful while some even fail to live up to the standards, one of the reasons behind this big line of difference may be use of anabolic steroids and other performance enhancing drugs. Sportsmen, across the globe, use steroids to run quicker, hit harder, and build solid muscles quicker to stand above the competition. The fact that steroids can be easily purchased on the internet, with or without a medical prescription, indicates the surge in demand and popularity of these efficiency improving medications in the recent years.

However, the use of steroids may do more damage than good if these efficiency improving medications are misused or of a low grade. The abuse of steroids may cause steroid side effects such as bloating that may be recognized by face or neck inflammation. Anabolic steroid abuse may even cause wellness issues such as cardiac arrest, stroke, and heart diseases. This is primarily because indiscriminate use of steroids has a bad effect on the blood pressure and cholesterol levels of the body and frequent abuse of steroids may result in blocking of bloodstream and development of heart illnesses.

Moreover, steroid abuse may cause erectile dysfunction, inability to conceive, hair loss in females, gynecomastia (development of female breasts in men), deepening of voice in females, and development of facial beard in females. Anabolic steroid abuse may even cause wellness issues such as impotency, depression, anxiety, hallucination, unmanageable feelings, sleep disruptions, slower development, greasy epidermis, acne, hair loss, and sleeplessness. In addition to these side effects of steroids, the use of steroids indiscriminately may even cause addiction, kidney damage, swelling, or pain/difficulty when urinating. Furthermore, abuse of steroids may even seriously affect the normal production of hormones and may cause changes in epidermis structure, sexual interest changes, and enlargement of the clitoris and may even damage the fetus, if used by expecting women.

However, all these side effects of steroids can be reduced or removed by using steroids in a clinically guided and regulated way that is the best way to use steroids.

Saturday 30, Jun 2012

  Steroid Side Effects

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Sportsmen, across the world, have been finding one reason or another to remain close to legal anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs these days. This is not just because these efficiency improving medications help them stand above the competition and deliver consistent results over a time period, but also because clinically advised use of genuine steroids does not lead to adverse reactions while helping sportsmen secure or retain their place in professional sport teams. However, the use of steroids may cause to adverse reactions in the lack of qualified information or when the purchased steroids are of low quality.

Most steroid users fail to realize that there is a very little difference of difference between use of steroids and abuse of steroids. While genuine use of steroids is always clinically advised and regulated, illegal use of steroids is all about using these efficiency improving medications in the lack of or contravention to medical advice and regulations.

When abused, anabolic steroids may cause adverse reactions that may be mild or severe or reversible or permanent in nature. The misuse of steroid drugs by men can cause complications such as gynecomastia, fluid retention, and enlargement of prostate. The abuse of steroids may even cause cataract, Cushing’s syndrome, muscle wasting, brittle bones, over-increased aggression, delays in injury healing, premature baldness, appetite changes, menstrual problems, and sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV/AIDS, if steroids are taken through shared needles.

Moreover, abuse of these drugs may lead to steroid side effects such as hypertension and kidney damage or liver damage in some cases. Indiscriminate or long lasting use of steroid drugs may even result in production of unstable toxic items in our bodies, which may injure the liver or restrict its ability of removing steroids from the bloodstream and changing them into items that could be readily removed through urine or the bile.

 

 

 

Thursday 24, May 2012

  Testing for steroids is good for sports

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Anabolic steroids have been often associated with bulky weight lifters and body builders, but they are used these days by professional sportsmen to catch up with the competition and get a distinctive edge to make the most out of limited opportunities.

But indiscriminate use or abuse of steroids may lead to steroid side effects causing health complications and many coaches have remarked that testing for anabolic steroids in the recent past has been good for sports.

“When my kids were (teenagers), I asked them about steroids,” state Sen. Richard Codey, D-Essex, said. “They said they could just go to the city (New York) or on the Internet. It was easy as pie. Where did they learn this? From kids in school.”

Friday 08, Apr 2011

  Steroid abuse gaining popularity like never before

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Steroid abuse gaining popularity like never beforeThe abuse of steroids is increasing again, according to recent reports. A few years ago, anabolic steroids fell from grace as their side effects became evident and “roid-heads” became an object of ridicule.

However, the new generation that is striving for quick success is being attracted to the false promise of a shortcut to a perfect body.

Poor diet, obesity, and widespread advertising campaigns to fight against obesity appear to have boosted growth and success of anabolic steroids in the recent past.

Tuesday 18, Jan 2011

  Answer soon on use of steroids by gunman

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Answer soon on use of steroids by gunmanTests of body fluids taking during autopsy of Jan Molenaar, the gunman, will soon be revealed to the world.

It is worth noting that Molenaar, a body builder, has been linked to steroid use by reports but the same has been vehemently denied by his brother, Peter.

Outbursts of violence and temper have been associated with steroid abuse and are colloquially referred to as “roid rage“.

Saturday 25, Dec 2010

  Abuse of steroids on the rise in North East

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Abuse of steroids on the rise in North EastAccording to a drug charity, the pressure to attain the perfect physique is fuelling a worrying increase in abuse of steroids across the North East.

It has been a 60% annual increase in steroid users seeking help, as per the Lifeline Project.

In the last one year, 868 users from Newcastle, Middlesbrough and Sunderland contacted the organization compared to 539 in the previous twelve months.

Saturday 25, Sep 2010

  Time to strike out illegal steroids

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Time to strike out illegal steroidsThe game of baseball has been left mutilated by use of performance enhancing drugs and baseball sluggers are using everything from steroids to amphetamines to find a place in the record books and sustain their position to earn name, fame, and recognition.

Though use of steroids, for legitimate purposes and under medical supervision, is not what we should be concerned about, but the incidents of steroid abuse mean that our society is at an increased risk of individuals getting affected with severe health complications such as liver tumors, high blood pressure, fertility problems, hypertension, increased hostility and aggression, and cardiovascular diseases with abuse of steroids.

The game of baseball has been already irreversibly mutilated by performance enhancing drugs and anabolic steroids and it is high time that we prefer to watch sports for athletic competition, and not consumption competition unless the word is about legal steroids.

Thursday 25, Sep 2008

  Abuse of prescription drugs, including anabolic steroids, on the rise

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A report released by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reveals both positive and negative development. The report shows that abuse of narcotics, such as cocaine and methamphetamine, is on the decline. The bad news is abuse of prescription drugs, including anabolic-androgenic steroids, is on the rise.

According to the report, the most commonly abused prescription drugs include anti-depressants like Valium, narcotics like OxyContin, and anabolic-androgenic steroids like Anadrol.

What is more troubling about this trend, experts say, is that non-medical users of these drugs know little, if at all, about these compounds. Some people would practice taking random handful or medication (sometimes referred to as pharming) unaware or unmindful of the health risks, i.e. possible allergic reactions to these drugs or deleterious effects if these drugs are ingested with other substances such as alcohol.

It is also revealed that many of these users, both adolescents and adults, could become hooked to prescription drugs by accident. At the start, a person is prescribed medication for legitimate reasons; however, as the patient continues to take the medication, his/her body may become tolerant. As such, the dosage progressively increases for the medication to exert its therapeutic effect eventually leading to addiction.