Published at Monday, 28 December 2020. Anabolic Steroids. By jack154.
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.
Each type of steroid will have its own set of side effects and drug interactions. Always talk to your doctor or sports medicine physician about these possibilities before starting any steroid regimen. Some common side effects of steroids include joint pain, hair loss, lightheadedness, depression, nausea, swelling in the upper body, heart problems, and even an increased risk of developing diabetes. If you have one or more of these symptoms, then you should avoid taking the steroid.
When a person is prescribed anabolic steroids, they are normally given one injection per week. In some cases, your steroid dose may be increased to twice per week. Steroid injections work by attaching to receptors in the brain and spinal cord, where the steroid will work to reduce inflammation and pain in the area. After four to six months, your doctor will have you use an injectionless steroid spray. This type of steroid can give you the same benefits as anabolic steroids if used properly, but the active ingredients will not be readily absorbed into your skin.
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