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Anabolic Steroids Abuse
What is Steroid Abuse?
Steroid abuse is simply people taking anabolic steroids who really don't need them. Anabolic steroids are intended for people with health related problems, and not athletes looking to gain muscle mass. Steroid abuse is most often seen in bodyuilders.
Steroid abuse is also seen in regular people. People that are disappointed with their body, will abuse steroids to shed unwanted fat, or put on some weight.
What are signs of steorid abuse?
Symptoms of steroid abuse in males are the following:
- Quick and large muscle gains.
- Agressive behavior and violent temper.
- Severe acne on shoulders, neck, and face.
- Premature balding.
- Abnormal breat development.
Symptoms of steroid abuse in females are "man like" features, such as:
- Deeper voice.
- Increase in body hair.
- Development of the jaw.
- Smaller breasts.
- Fewer menstrual cycles.
Steroid abuse in teenagers and "pre-teens".
Anabolic Steroid Use by Students, 1999:
Monitoring the Future Study
(Table from NIDA RESEARCH)
Grade 8 - % Grade 10 - % Grade 12 - % Ever Used 2.7 2.7 2.9 Used in Past Year 1.7 1.7 1.8 Used in Past Month 0.7 0.9 0.9
** The MTF survey is conducted by the University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research and is funded by National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health. The survey has tracked 12th graders' illicit drug use and related attitudes since 1975; in 1991, 8th and 10th graders were added to the study. For the 1999 study, 49,866 students were surveyed from a representative sample of 422 public and private schools nationwide.
** "Lifetime" or "ever used" refers to use at least once during a respondent's lifetime. "Past year" refers to an individual's drug use at least once during the year preceding their response to the survey. "Past month" refers to an individual's drug use at least once during the month preceding their response to the survey.
In 1991, approximately 2.0 % of 8th graders have taken ababolic steroids. In 1999, it's up to 2.7 %. These are frightening statistics to think students at the ages of 12-13 are taking anabolic steroids.
The Steroid Truth
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Are Steroids Illegal?
The information offered here is not medical advice. It is for informational purposes only. We are not doctors. Anyone taking any new medications or prescription drugs should consult a doctor before taking the drug. Anabolic steroids are illegal and only should be taken under doctor supervision and approval.