Facts about steroids and muscle building

Even though anabolic steroids do not cause the same high as other drugs, they can lead to addiction. Studies have shown that animals will self-administer steroids when they have the chance, just as they do with other addictive drugs. People may continue to abuse steroids despite physical problems, high costs to buy the drugs, and negative effects on their relationships. These behaviors reflect steroids' addictive potential. Research has further found that some steroid users turn to other drugs, such as opioids, to reduce sleep problems and irritability caused by steroids.

  • Tolerance, or a need for larger amounts to achieve the desired effect.
  • Withdrawal.
    • Depression.
    • Decreased appetite.
    • Decreased sex drive.
    • Marked fatigue.
    • Insomnia.
    • Hypersomnia.
  • Taking steroids to avoid withdrawal symptoms.
  • Taking shorter "off periods" than intended or stopping "off periods" altogether.
  • Anxiety associated with steroid cessation and subsequent inability to quit or cut down.
  • Excessive amount of time spent acquiring and using steroids as well as muscle-building activities such as weight lifting or supplement use.
  • Abandoning other hobbies for fear of missing workouts or disrupting diet.
  • Continuing to use steroids despite physical or psychological problems.
    • Enlarged breasts (in men).
    • Sexual dysfunction.
    • High blood pressure.
    • Abnormal amount of lipids in the blood.
    • Cardiomyopathy (thickening of the heart muscle).
    • Mood swings.
    • Irritability.
    • Aggression.

Facts about steroids and muscle building

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