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April 8, 2011  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

Abuse of steroids on a highSteroid abuse is rising again, if recent reports are to be believed. Anabolic steroids went off minds of people in the past after their side effects became evident and “roid-heads” became an object of ridicule.

However, the next generation is looking for quick profits and often gets seduced by the false promise of an easy way to attain a perfect body.

From Theherald.com.au:

In their own time these youngsters will discover the truth – that a steroid-inflated body is about as convincing and impressive as a fake tan and that the personal cost of abuse can be horrendous.

Even if the purity of black market steroids could be guaranteed (it can’t), abusers run the risk of detrimental impacts on their personalities and behaviour. “Roid rage” is just the tip of an iceberg of psychological symptoms that produce the opposite of the self-esteem and self-assurance that many abusers are seeking.

The physical symptoms are potentially dreadful too. Bodies out of proportion, unwelcome “man boobs”, shrunken genitals and acne explosions are just the beginning. Internal damage is prevalent and can be irreversible.

To the extent that steroid abuse reflects anxiety among young men about their body image, it represents a growing problem that demands serious attention. Like eating disorders in both young men and women, the problem is a symptom of an increasingly prevalent mental health issue.

Hospital admissions and many social studies indicate that growing numbers of young people are so anxious and depressed about their apparent failure to conform to the socially approved body image that they will endanger their physical health in an attempt to attain their perceived “ideal”.

The growth and success of anabolic steroids in recent times has been attributed to poor eating habits, obesity, and large advertising campaigns aimed at combating obesity.

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