Anabolic steroids are an artificial analogue of testosterone - one of the main anabolic (muscle growth stimulating) hormones, which is produced in the human body (more in men, less in women).
Despite the similarity in chemical structure, the use of anabolic steroids in sports to build muscle increases serious health consequences.
In sports, steroids are used to build muscle mass (Injections steroids) and increase endurance (aerobic exercise) and they are really effective at this.
However, there is a price to this efficiency. Imagine a car whose engine is designed to run on 82 octane fuel, and you decide to fill it with 98 to drive faster ...
Scientific studies confirm the potential harm of steroids, the presence of serious side effects, the list of which is much wider than popular opinions and myths. This article is based on the results of some of them.
Most of the side effects of steroids described in the scientific literature are the result of scientists and physicians observing athletes, as well as their research of rigorous scientific experiments, which would be impossible for reasons of medical ethics.