Learn Facts About Steroids

Steroids are testosterone-like drugs. These synthetic hormones are usually taken to build muscle, enhance performance, and improve appearance. Medically, steroids are used to treat many conditions including asthma, chronic lung disease, skin conditions and allergic reactions such as poison ivy.

However, non medical use of steroids may have serious side effects or dangerous consequences. The use of steroids for cosmetic or athletic purposes is not approved in the United States, Canada, and various other countries of world.

Facts about steroids’ names There are several steer terms used for steroids, which include Juice, Roids, Gym Candy, Pumpers, Stackers, Balls or Bulls, Weight Trainers, Arnies, and A’s or Anabolics. Trade names of steroids include Anatrofin, Anaxvar, Annadrol, Bolasterone, Decadiabolin, Decadurabolin, Dehydropiandrosterone (BHEA), Delatestryl, Dianiabol, Dihydrolone, Durabolin, Dymethazine, Enoltestovis, Equipose, Gamma Hydroxybutilate, Maxibolin, Methatriol, Methyltestosterone, Parabolin, Quinolone, Therabolin, and Winstrol.

Facts about steroids’ use steroids are swallowed as tablets or liquid or injected intramuscularly. Instead of continuously using them,
Steroids are used in patterns called cycling, which means they take them over a specific period of time, stopped, and then again started. Taking steroids in combination with other drugs is known as stacking.

Facts about steroids’ signs & symptoms signs & symptoms of steroid abusers include rapid weight gain, rapid muscle development, acne flare up, fluid retention, yellow tint in the eyes and on skin (jaundice), mood swings, depression, aggressive behavior, and premature balding.

Facts about steroids drug test detection oral steroids can be detected in body up to several weeks after use, but injected steroids can be detected for several months after use.

Facts about steroids’ short-term consequences steroid use can step-up muscle mass, strength, and endurance, but can also cause liver tumors, jaundice, water retention, and high blood pressure. Some users show bad judgment because the drugs make them feel invincible. Other users suffer from uncontrolled aggression and violent behavior called Roid Rage, severe mood swings, manic episodes and depression. They often suffer from paranoid jealousy, extreme irritability and can have delusions.

Facts about steroids’ long-term consequences the long term consequences of steroid build up in body include conditions such as hypertension, high cholesterol, kidney disease, stunted growth, and heart damage. The women on steroid may experience irreversible deepening of the voice, shrinking of the breasts, menstrual irregularities, baldness and hair growth on other parts of the body, and genital swelling. The men on steroid may experience baldness, breast enlargement, sterility, shrinking of testicles and impotence. Steroids such as prednisone and other synthetic steroids may cause a rise in blood sugar by blocking the effect of insulin. Over time, users may develop diabetes.

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