Anabolic Steroids
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The use of anabolic steroids has increased dramatically in recent years.

Athletes and people who partake in street brawls and other sporting competitions frequently use these illegal substances to stay in shape and build muscle.

There is no doubt that steroids give an edge to those who use them.

But are they dangerous?

And are there any long term negative consequences to be considered?

Anabolic steroids are very powerful compounds that when used improperly can cause serious damage to the body.

Anabolic steroids are testosterone mimicking substances that naturally produce an increase in the body’s protein content (glutamic acid) when ingested.

Anabolic steroids are synthetic hormones that increase an individual’s testosterone, anabolic or androgen receptors, strength, and bone mass and help promote cell growth.

Anabolic steroids are often used for short periods of time to enhance athletic performance.

These substances are often used by athletes not only as performance enhancement agents but to ease pain associated with sports such as tennis elbow.

The most common health risks side effects associated with anabolic steroids include heart attacks, stroke, kidney failure, acne, infertility, growth deficiency, and low sperm count in men.

Anabolic steroids are known to have adverse physical effects on bone density and may increase the risk of osteoporosis and decrease sexual function in men.

Some studies indicate that steroid users have a higher incidence of diabetes mellitus.

Anabolic steroids are increasingly being used by professional athletes to improve sports performance and cut back on the injury.

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the health risks associated with steroid use range from life-threatening problems to death.

Anabolic steroids are increasingly being used as recreational drugs by athletes and bodybuilders.

Although the effects may be desirable, the abuse of anabolic steroids can also have serious consequences.

Anabolic steroids are used to build muscle strength, improve endurance and speed, or to reduce fat.

When abused anabolic steroids can cause an increase in strength, an increase in body size, and an increase in body mass, which may lead to an increase in the risk of serious injury or death.

The health risks of steroid use are far-reaching and potentially very detrimental to an individual’s physical performance.

Athletes who take steroids to build muscle have much higher levels of testosterone in their bodies than those who do not use steroids.

Testosterone is a hormone that leads to physical traits such as a larger breast, increased muscle mass, increased bone strength, increased muscle burn, and increases in energy levels.

Because of these increased traits, anabolic steroids are commonly abused by competitive athletes.

Anabolic steroids are also commonly used by bodybuilders to increase physical performance in sports such as weightlifting –

Male hormones are produced in the body through testosterone production.

When an anabolic steroid user goes off the pills, his body will begin to produce less testosterone because of its lack of anabolic activity.

This causes the body to lose muscle and to slow down its metabolism.

These changes can lead to a decrease in physical performance, an increase in fat storage, and a decrease in sexual drive.

Bodybuilders and other athletes who abuse anabolic steroids run significant risks of serious injury and even death if they are not stopped.