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May 21st, 2009 · No Comments

Nowadays, majority of the adults are heading towards non-medical anabolic-androgenic steroid (AAS).The consumption of such steroids is not that they are cheating athletes or risk taking teenagers. Most of them who are taking it are aged 30, well educated and just want physical self-improvement which can motivate them at their workplace too. Use of such steroids can increase muscle mass, strength, and physical attractiveness in males also includes increased confidence, decreased fat, improved mood and attraction of sexual partners.

AAS users are quite different from the other drug abusers. AAS users are much more strategically planned to maximize benefits and minimize harm, unlike the drug abusers who have careless approach towards psychotropic drugs. The people who are undergoing the use of AAS are much cautious in their diet, exercise and lifestyle. They do not have a loss of control over their senses as the abusers of heroin and cocaine.

The majority of non-medical anabolic-androgenic steroid (AAS) users are not cheating athletes or risk-taking teenagers. According to a recent survey, containing the largest sample to date the typical male user is about 30 years old, well-educated, and earning an above-average income in a white-collar occupation. The majority did not use steroids during adolescence and were not motivated by athletic competition or sports performance.

The study concludes that these AAS users are a driven and ambitious group dedicated to gym attendance, diet, occupational goals and educational attainment. “The users we surveyed consider that they are using directed drug technology as one part of a strategy for physical self-improvement within a health-centered lifestyle,” said collins.

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