Table of Contents
Steroids at Every Street Corner
Difference between Anabolic Steroids and Corticosteroids
Steroids Are Not Safe!
Who is Vulnerable to Steroids?
I Cannot Compete If I Do Not Use Steroids…
Are Steroids addictive?
About 30 years ago, some trainers of Olympic level athletes found out that they just needed to give their athletes some drugs, which would enhance their performance. These drugs were hormones. Today, they are known as androgenic/anabolic steroids.
And once, when they were just restricted to being performance-enhancing drugs, with drastic long-term effects, today, they are being sold on the streets, with the connivance of a large number of governments, who find this to be a really good source of income, when people cannot afford the real addictive stuff like cannabis and hashish.
This book is going to tell you a lot about steroids, and how the abuse of such drugs, are going to have a harmful and detrimental effect on your health, libido, and personality. You are going to know more about the side effects of hormone abuse.
Remember that steroids supposedly make you musclebound and strong. They also make you short, impotent, and prematurely bald, and aged.
Interesting is not it that we have drug control units all over the world. But we do not have units which intend to check steroid abuse. So what are hormones? Hormones are excretions done by the body naturally, in order to keep it working properly. They are secreted by glands. You as a human being are going to have a number of hormones keeping all your organs working properly.
Insulin is a hormone. It keeps your sugar level under control. When you are excited or frightened, you have an adrenaline rush. That is another very powerful hormone, giving your body enough of strength in order to escape your enemies.
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