Published at Monday, 28 December 2020. Anabolic Steroids. By jack154.
One of the most common anabolic steroids after 50 years old is prescribed Prednisone. This steroid is used to treat severe cases of arthritis. It is also usually prescribed for individuals with Crohn's disease. Prednisone usually works to reduce the inflammation in the joints by decreasing the number of cytokines in your system. As a result, your joints become less painful and this can even help you prevent further joint damage caused by arthritis.
If you are considering using anabolic steroids, then it is imperative that you consult your doctor and a fitness trainer before doing so. Your doctor will be able to run various tests to determine if you have any other health issues such as diabetes or kidney disease. A qualified and experienced sports medicine doctor will be able to tell you what the possible side effects are of using anabolic steroids. Once the doctor has determined that you are a safe candidate for steroid use, he or she will give you a list of steroids that are approved by the Food and Drug Administration. You will also be given a list of possible side effects.
For many people, anabolic steroids seem to provide a quick fix to aching joints and muscles. However, using steroids excessively for extended periods of time without proper supervision could result in serious side effects including heart attacks and strokes. Steroid abuse has been linked to the recent spike in attention deficit disorder in children as well as the use of dangerous illegal drugs such as cocaine. Anabolic steroids are very powerful medications, but they should not be taken lightly.
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