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Saturday 07, Jul 2012

  Why You Should Avoid Abusing Anabolic Steroids?

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In today’s cutthroat world, second chances are rare due to intense competition and able contenders more than ready to take your place, at the workplace or the sport field. This is one of the biggest reasons why more and more people, and not just sportsmen, are using anabolic steroids these days. However, some of them often fail to differentiate between the right use of steroids and steroid abuse and this is exactly where health complications come into the picture.

Anabolic steroid abuse is related to interference with efficient collagen deposition in tendons that may cause weakening of the tendon structure. Few studies in the past have indicated that steroid users are more likely to face tendon injuries as their muscle tissue become so strong that they tend to surpass ability of the muscle to transmit force. Moreover, the use of steroid drugs (even if for the first time) may enhance infrequent or dysplastic development of bovine collagen materials that may cause stiff tendons with significantly reduced elastic qualities. The use of steroid drugs is also relevant to a rise in prothrombin time, which is time taken by our body to produce blood clots. This means that a steroid user’s body may take slighter longer than others (non-users) for a small cut to stop blood loss that can lead to a more serious trouble. Moreover, these changes may get aggravated with the use of medicines such as Tylenol, Pain killers, and especially anticoagulants.

In short, anabolic steroids should always be used sensibly and for medical purposes only such as the treatment of severe burns, prostate cancer, breast cancer, knee or shoulder injury (joint repair), anemia, thrombosis, osteoporosis, endometriosis and hereditary angioedaema, asthma, and muscle-wasting disorders. They may also be used for help individuals gain weight for chronic nutritional deficiencies or AIDS wasting syndrome, improve protein synthesis, and nitrogen balance.

Friday 06, Jul 2012

  Why Steroids Are Abused-All About Anabolic Steroid Misuse

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One of the biggest reasons why anabolic steroids are used by athletes and others is because of the desire to be invincible. While athletes use these performance enhancing medications to run faster, grow bigger, and hit harder, others use steroid drugs to obtain or shed weight and develop solid muscles and lean overall look.

It is worthwhile to note here that there is a very little difference of difference between steroid use and steroid abuse. While steroid use is legal and all about use of medication to treat wellness issues under the expert assistance of a qualified doctor, the misuse of steroid drugs is unlawful and done to obtain unjust advantage or alter physical aspect in the desire to be better, and this may be with or without healthcare assistance. However, most steroid users are not aware that indiscriminate use of steroid drugs or steroid abuse could lead them to nowhere and such unlawful functions may bring them closer to illnesses and wellness problems besides legal complications.

The misuse of anabolic steroids can cause wellness problems and these may range from mild to severe and from reversible to irreversible. Some of the possible side effects of anabolic steroids could be testicular atrophy, gynecomastia, acne, greasy skin, kidney damage, decreased ejaculation fertility, hypertension, cardiac arrest, stroke, abnormal functioning of the liver, and prostate enlargement. In addition to these side effects of steroid abuse, people abusing steroid drugs may experience deepened voice, menstrual cycle changes, depression, hallucination, dizziness, stunted growth, male pattern baldness, reduced sex drive, testicle shrinking, clitoris enlargement, growth of facial hair, and increased aggression. Anabolic steroid abuse may even result in wellness problems, including hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism or rapid discount rates in terms of serum concentrations of LH (luteinizing hormone), FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone), and testosterone levels. Not only this, steroid abuse has also been related to early skeletal growth and liver organ damage.

In short, anabolic steroids are extremely potent drugs that may lead to side effects and therefore they should be used legally and as directed.

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.

Friday 04, Nov 2011

  Two Year Investigation Leads To Steroid Lab

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A two year, multi-state investigation into the manufacture and sale of illegal steroids is over and revealed that drugs were made in Tennessee.

A two-year investigation of anabolic steroid abuse has been linked by investigators to an active lab in here in the mid-state.

Felony drug and trafficking charges will be faced by the three accused, as per officials.