Use of Steroids
Steroids are chemical compounds consisting of three fused benzene rings that are fused together and are arranged in a specific way. Steroids are often taken as drugs for therapeutic and ergogenic purposes. They are official known as Anabolic Androgen Steroids (AAS) in the United States. Anabolic steroids were first synthesized and studied in 1932.
Natural steroids are produced in the body from cholesterol taken in by diet. Other steroids are testosterone, dihydrotestoseterone, estrogen, cortisol and progesterone. These have various functions in human body related to gender. These steroids also produce anabolism in the body and testosterone control masculine features of human body.
Anabolic steroids are a type of steroid that we commonly known as just 'steroids'. These steroids are synthetic steroids which imitate the effect of natural counterparts. They promote protein production. Use of Anabolic steroids increases growth rate of bone and muscle tissues. It increases appetite and masculine features in the body.
It alters the natural testosterone production in the body. Limbic hair growth increases. Voice of the host deepens and becomes more masculine. Facial hair and pubic hair grow faster, puberty occurs quickly, before age. In females facial hair start to appear and their voice becomes less feminine over time.
Steroids in Sports
Steroids are sometimes used by athlet