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Saturday 01, Jan 2011

  Popularity of brain steroids on a high

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Popularity of brain steroids on a highBrain steroids, which are commonly referred as neuro enhancers, are abused by more high school and undergraduate students than ever. Use of these steroids is made for faring better at educational and sport frontiers and has been a cause of concern for parents and researchers.

The main objective of steroid abuse by teens is to stay ahead of the competition by satisfying physical, emotional, financial, and psychological demands of the mind, body, and society.

Some researchers have expressed fears that there is an urgent need to take an action so that young children do not end up abusing steroids.

Monday 30, Aug 2010

  Brain steroids used by youth to deal with pressure

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Brain steroids used by youth to deal with pressureThe lifestyle followed by some high school and undergraduate students has come under severe criticism in the recent times. It is a concerning fact that youngsters are abusing brain steroids or commonly referred as neuro enhancers in order to perform better at educational and sport levels.

The primary purpose of steroid abuse by youngsters is to do whatever it takes to get on top of physical, emotional, financial, and psychological demands of the mind, body, and society.

It is high time that youngsters are handled with care so that they do not end up abusing steroids and can give their best without any fears of failure.

Tuesday 27, May 2008

  What are Brain Steroids?

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brain_steroidsIf athletes have their performance-enhancing drugs, the office workers and students have their brain-enhancing drugs or the so-called brain steroids.

Yes, there are now such things as brain-enhancing drugs which are used by regular white-collar employees can work harder, longer, and better. They are also used by students to perform better in their academics. These are substances normally indicated for narcolepsy and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).

Users of brain steroids have two informal classifications of these substances – sleep-replacement compounds and focus drugs.

Caffeine and Provigil (modafinil), a drug used to treat narcolepsy, belong to the first group. Provigil was purposely developed to promote wakefulness in patients with sleep disorders.

Ritalin (methylphenidate), Adderall and Focalin are of the second group, which reportedly improves cognitive functions such as focus and memory.

Ritalin and Adderall are particularly popular among today’s students. And because of the rampant usage of these drugs, many steroids users – anabolic steroids users, to be more precise – question how it is different than the use of AAS in the athletics.

If the federal authorities are cracking down on amateur and pro level athletes who are using anabolic steroids, why not do the same to the pill-popping student populace? Is there really a big difference between a student using drugs to get better grades and an athlete using the same (well, basically the same) to get better points?

Brain steroids users, like their counterparts in the sporting field, also adapt self-experimentation when it comes to dosage protocols. Since the Food and Drug Administration is unlikely to approve these drugs other than for their clinical applications, brain steroids users will be on that self-experimentation stage for a while.

Although anabolic steroids use is not criminalized, selling or possessing them with intent to distribute is considered a criminal act under the federal law. Violations can mean fines or imprisonment.