Saturday, October 31, 2015

Steroids used for Muscle Gain can be Dangerous (part 2 of 2)

Effects of abused steroid use can result to the following side effects:

• Increased blood pressure

• Reduce the level of high density lipoprotein which is considered as good fats

• Obliteration of the liver

• Testicle contraction in males

• Uterus and breast contraction in females

• Impotency and infertility in both females and males

• Mood swings that are irrepressible which includes belligerence and irritability

No matter how you see it, steroid use should be avoided because of the possible adverse effects that it might contribute to your body in the long run. The effect is irreparable. It is more advisable that you be included in an exercise program that is steadily healthy, educated, and gives the chance for the person to improve muscle growth in the most natural way.

After mentioning these side effects, do you still want to do it the hard way or the easy way out which can be pretty life threatening. Some of the other side effects due to muscle gaining that can be acquired through the use of steroids are:

• Anaphylactic shock
• Unusual bleeding or hemorrhage
• Unpleasant odor of breath
• Persistent headaches
• Cholesterol levels which are fluctuating
• Fetal damage (if pregnant)
• Regurgitation with blood
• Diarrhea
• Morbid fluid accumulation or edema
• Excessive calcium levels or low calcium levels
• Injuries that are delayed
• Impotence
• Irregularity in menstrual periods
• Jaundice
• Breast swelling or soreness that may eventually lead to breast cancer
• Atrophy of the testicles
• Injuries of the ligaments
• Stones in gallbladder
• Nausea and vomiting
• Blood poisoning or septic shock
• Abnormal urinary retention or excretion
• Painful reproductive organs (male)
• Insomnia
• Problems regarding sexuality

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