Anabolic steroids facts

Steroids can have a lot of effects, but first you must know that your own body produces all the steroids it needs...and it needs them to regulate your growth, and are critical for reproductive function.  People who use large quantities of steroids (often to help build muscle or control weight) risk heart disease, liver damage (even in young people), and may stop growing tall earlier than you should.  It also can cause aggression, and if you are a female who is using anabolic (androgenic) steroids, your voice may deepen permanently, grow facial hair, and develop male-pattern baldness. Oh, and by the way, exercise has been shown to build muscle better than steroids...

MTF annually assesses drug use among the Nation's 8th, 10th, and 12th grade students. Steroid use among all three grades assessed remained unchanged from 2005 to 2006, for both boys and girls, although significant reductions were noted since 2001 for lifetime** use. Past year use was reported by percent of 8th-graders, percent of 10th-graders, and percent of 12th-graders in 2006. Perceived risk of steroid use, which is collected only for seniors, increased significantly, from percent in 2005 to percent in 2006. Disapproval of steroid use, also collected only for seniors, did not change significantly from 2005 to 2006.

Whoever wrote this article doesn’t have a clue about steroids. I have used them responsibly with no negative side effects. Steroids are used to treat the sick so why would doctors give people something so dangerous? A male body is more than capable to cope with high doses of testosterone because guess what that’s what makes a man a man. In healthy athletes and bodybuilders used responsibly steroid use is fine that’s why they are legal in most countries. America is a joke and there society is as fake and hollow as their brains

Anabolic steroids facts

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