Anything that will alter your body in a certain way will definitely mess with your mentality as well. One cannot expect to get such great body changes without changes elsewhere.
Just like any drug, steroids make the brain feel addicted to the substance and the desire to have them becomes greater with just a little time. Cases of anxiety are often known in people who are regular steroid users.
I read that steroids are usually only given for a known medical condition such as arthritis. So taking steroids of any kind when there is basically nothing medically wrong with you, would in my opinion make the person sick and feel unwell.
I also have heard that steroids alter the thought processes and make a person feel very angry. One tiny thing, and the brain processes it so that the person who is using the steroids becomes so angry they could seriously harm someone.
If we can take Barry Bonds as an example, we heard in testimony in this Federal trial that he had mood swings and impaired thinking. It is a very sad state to have to take steroids to better your career. I guess that is a personal choice to make and suffer the consequences from.
You're totally right, i think that steroids are very bad for the human health and can be helpful just after taking it so that you have a lot of energy and after the effect fade away you feel very tired, and as you said they really have some serious side effects that make the person harmful to the society.If we can take Barry Bonds as an example, we heard in testimony in this Federal trial that he had mood swings and impaired thinking. It is a very sad state to have to take steroids to better your career. I guess that is a personal choice to make and suffer the consequences from.
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Steroids do not damage the brain, nor do they cause any dependency or addiction in the traditional sense (opiates, etc). They cause increases in hormones like testosterone. They can cause slight changes in mood, but the "roid rage" myth is just that - a myth. Many studies have been done on the subject that have showed steroid use does NOT cause a normal, functional person to suddenly become depressed or violent. The only people experiencing "roid rage" are those that have mental problems to begin with and are abusing steroids. I suppose you could become "addicted" to the muscle gains and want to keep using larger amounts of steroids, but someone that abuses potentially dangerous drugs without doctor supervision is probably mentally deficient in the first place.
no, actually there isn't. The only people that experience this are those that have anger problems or mental issues to begin with - or just use steroids as an excuse to act in a ridiculous manner. Numerous studies have been done on the subject that have found "roid rage" to be a myth. Any normal person should have no problem controlling themselves even with a little extra testosterone in their system......and no, I'm not a fan nor user of steroids.......