In the pursuit of physical excellence, you look for the best techniques, methods, and programs to win.
However, sometimes people are willing to sell their soul to be a champion by using illegal substances without fear of any health risks.
Cheating never creates prosperity.
Once you’re labeled a cheater, you lose integrity. And it’s hard to win it back.
What is Trenbolone?
Trenbolone is an anabolic steroid used to improve muscle mass and appetite in livestock by veterinarians. But it’s used by athletes and bodybuilders as a performance enhancement to increase muscle mass alone.
Taking trenbolone is like playing with fire. You may escape side-affects from doing a cycle infrequently. However, it will catch up to you.
Truthfully, you never know when permanent damage can happen. Everybody responds differently. However, once you have permanently injured your organs using steroids, it’s not reversible.
Side Effects of Trenbolone
- severe face and back acne
- Voice changes
- increase in body hair or loss of hair
- increase in libido or testicular shrinkage,
- Elevated blood pressure and cholesterol
- Breast tissue growth
In females, anabolic steroids have a masculinizing effect. Female face structure becomes more masculine by changes in facial bone structure, increase in body hair, a deeper manlier voice, smaller breasts, and fewer menstrual cycles. Many of these effects are irreversible.
In adolescents, steroid use may prematurely stop bones from lengthening, resulting in stunted growth.
Steroids are so addictive that people and athletes overlook the health risks, making it hard to stop taking them.
And when you stop taking steroids, you risk suffering from withdrawal. Symptoms are similar to drug addiction, such as loss of appetite, tiredness, restlessness, insomnia, mood swings, and depression.
Muscles and Tendons
Steroid use leads to tendon ruptures and connective tissue injuries as the muscles develop faster than together with the tendon. And, the reason for this is because steroids reduce a protein hormone called relaxin. Tendons need this protein hormone to maintain and build strength. The reduction of relaxin from steroid use decreases tendon strength. So, as muscles get stronger, tendons are becoming weaker. And, because of this, the tendons rupture and tear rather than the muscles themselves.
Steroids are very toxic and difficult for your kidneys to filter out. The swift dramatic increase of steroids in the blood increases kidney filtration.
And as the amount is too much for the kidneys to handle, they acutely become injured.
The kidneys will repair themselves when you stop taking steroids. However, they produce little bits of scar tissue each time, which is an issue too.
The longer you stay on the cycle, the more scar tissue is produced. As the kidneys stay injured, the next level is chronic kidney disease, and, thereafter, glomerular toxicity.
Glomerular toxicity disease interferes with the kidney’s ability to clear waste products. When the kidney fails to do this, waste begins to build up in the blood.
Steroids narrow arteries and impair your ability to pass blood from the heart to the rest of the body. Plaque builds up on the arterial walls, restricting blood flow to the heart.
Obstructing blood flow to the heart highly leads to ischemia, which is the restriction of blood flow, in other words, a heart attack.
Steroids are associated with liver damage, tumors, and cysts. Many of these changes will stabilize or reverse when you stop using steroids.
The worst part about steroids is not just the side effects, but it’s the addiction that leads to your demise. They will boost your performance. If you don’t indulge, your performance will suffer.
But your body and organs cannot sustain long-term abuse, which is what’s required if you carry on with being an athlete at the highest levels.
Everything comes at a price. Paying for temporary glory is not worth the cost of your health from the wrath of steroids. It’s a big risk to sacrifice health in your quest to become a champion.