ANABOLIC STEROIDS

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ANABOLIC STEROIDS

Anabolic steroids are the chemically researched product that is similar to the working of male testosterone. It is popularly known as anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS), Roids, Stackers, Juice. Anabolic steroids are banned due to its side effects. Anabolic steroids are legally only available to those who have a doctor’s prescription, but anabolic steroids are illegally available in the market as well. Anabolic steroids may be injected in the body or may be taken as a pill. Anabolic steroids are widely used by both males and females in the body building industry, sports and various industries that require great physical or cardiovascular fitness. Anabolic steroids are more commonly used by the body builders, anabolic steroids helps the body builders in gaining quick muscle mass, more strength that helps them lift more weight during their workout and help them quickly repair their torn muscles from the intense workout. Anabolic steroids users sometimes mix different types of steroids that help them gain more muscles mass in short period of time. Anabolic steroids are also prescribed by the doctors to those patients that are suffering from the muscles loss, cancer, AIDS and for the treatment of various diseases.

ANABOLIC STEROIDS ABUSE

Anabolic steroids users who abuse the anabolic steroids suffer greatly health wise as well as the way they appear physically. Anabolic steroids abuser looks completely out of proportion that is abnormal growth of muscle mass in a certain area of the body, with no definition of the muscle. The anabolic steroids abuser takes 30 to 70 times more than the prescribed dose, resulting in the disproportion body.

ANABOLIC STEROIDS SIDE EFFECTS

There are several side effects that are widely reported by its users throughout the world, most commonly anabolic steroid users suffers from baldness(both in males and females), kidney failures, shrinking testicles, development of breasts(in males), Acne, high blood pressure, aggressive behavior(Roid Rage), heart problems.

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