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Anabolic Steroids Thesis statement: In my research paper I will show the affects of Anabolic Steroids. I. Introduction A. Steroids- drugs that are use to build muscle 1. Scientific name- Anabolic Steroids 2. Common name- STeroids B. Reasons of taking Steroids 1. why people take them a. men b. women 2. Increase strength and endurance 3. Enhance appearance II. Side affects A. Positive and negative uses 1. Common negative side affects of taking Steroids a. Tumors (1) Li

“Steroids” Steroids are groups of natural chemicals, which include fat and all the things fat can break down in the body’s system. From this break down, the body then can be “boosted” and a human being can do things that most people consider physically impossible. Steroids also affects the mind. “…What is found in Steroids are certain alcohols (or sterols), bile acids, many important hormones, some natural drugs, and the poisons found in the skin of some toads” Almo

Steroids vs. Natural 1. Every one wants to be in top physical shape. A. Most Americans take part in some sort of physical exercise. B. Most use drugs or supplements to enhance their body’s performance. 1) Most people work out 2-3 times per week. 2) Most prefer the easiest way to stay in shape. 2. Did you know that 95% of people who use steroids or some other drug have serious health problems? A. Most steroid users suffer from illness like liver, heart disease, and erectile d

Steroids Steroids are a synthetic version of the human hormone called testosterone, and they can be very addictive. Currently, there are more than 100 different types of steroids that have been developed. The two most common are gamma hydroxybutyrate, also known as GHB, and clenbuterol. Steroid use is never safe, whether in large or small doses; in fact, it is so dangerous that very few studies have been done with humans. According to the 1999 survey, 2.7 percent of 8th and 10th graders r

The Truth About Anabolic Steroids By definition, anabolic steroids are the synthetic versions of the naturally occurring male sex hormone testosterone. Recent statistics report that over 3 million athletes and bodybuilders in this country alone have used anabolic steroids. A recent Sports Illustrated article has stated that 90% of professional athletes have at one time taken some form of illegal performance enhancing drugs. Without a doubt, they are illegal; but there is some controversy ove

Steroids: The Easy Way To Destruction Athletes' use of steroids is very popular these days, but even though steroids do produce quick gains in muscle size, they also have some very serious side effects. After long-term use, steroids can cause a change in behavior, a decrease in the body's natural hormone production, and most seriously of all, addiction. One very noticeable characteristic of steroids use is a great chance in the behavior of the user. The major behavioral change is an uncon

Steroids In the past three decades, steroids have become a serious problem more than ever, especially in the athletic field. Steroids are an anabolic drug used to build growth hormones that include the androgens (male sex hormones), principally testosterone, estrogen, and progestogens (female sex hormones). Steroids were first developed for medical purposes. They were initially used for cases such as controlling inflammation, strengthening weak hearts, preventing conception, and alleviat

Anabolic steroids have recently become a serious problem because of the excessive overuse and/or abuse of the illicit drugs. The problem began mostly with professional athletes, such as weight lifters, body builders, and long distance runners. Although there are many dangers associated with the use of the drugs, they can have great effects on the athletes' performances in competitions. Anabolic steroid use can, in fact, increase muscle strength and endurance, which gives the user advant

Dangers of Anabolic Steroids In the past three decades, steroids has been becoming a serious problem more than ever in the athletic field. Steroids are anabolic drug "to build" growth hormones that include the androgens (male sex hormones) principally testosterone and estrogen and progestogens (female sex hormones). Steroids were first developed for medical purposes. They're used in controlling inflammation, strengthening weakened hearts, preventing conception, and alleviating s

Steroids In Sports The use of anabolic steroids among athletes has become a controversial topic in the United States. Taking anabolic steroids is illegal, and furthermore these drugs may have harmful and sometimes deadly effects. The results of taking anabolic steroids, gaining weight and building muscle rapidly, are very appealing to many athletes. Over the past decade, the use of these “roids” among teens has increased by an amazing 23% (Cochran n.p.). Adolescent boys may feel