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Anabolic Steroids


Anabolic steroids are a trendy hot topic in popular culture, and its exposure and popularity tends to come and go in waves, often led by breaking news of its use in sports and sports scandals. Among the general public, the understanding of anabolic steroids tends to be minimal at best, and many who are more educated on the matter would even use the word ‘ignorant’. This is due in large part to the negative sensationalism and stereotyping conveyed by the media and driven by the government. Despite the negative portrayal of steroids in the media and among the public, these drugs nevertheless continue to increase in popularity and the amount of individuals seeking the use of these drugs continues to increase as well (not just in the United States and the Western world, but worldwide as well). Along these lines, it is interesting to notice that the heaviest anti-steroid attitudes among the general public rest in the United States, and decrease outwards in the world as we move farther and farther away from said country.

Contrary to popular belief, anabolic steroids are not new ‘inventions’, and nor are they even ‘inventions’ in and of themselves. These drugs are synthetic derivatives of the male hormone Testosterone, making them androgens. Specifically, all anabolic steroids are actually classified as anabolic-androgenic steroids, and their use dates back thousands of years ago. The first officially historical documentation of the use of these hormones was in the ancient Greek Olympic Games circa 1700 BC. These ancient athletes would consume the testicles of bull and sheep in large enough quantities to assimilate the hormone Testosterone contained within them. Of course, these ancient Greeks were unaware of what they were actually consuming or how and why they were so effective at enhancing performance. This practice continued throughout the ancient times and was also utilized by the ancient Romans.

Eventually the modernization of anabolic steroids occurred in the early 20th century in the 1930s when Testosterone was first officially discovered, isolated, and synthesized by German scientists. After this point, it was free-reign on the development of anabolic steroids, and between the 1950s – 1980s, literally thousands of anabolic steroid analogues and derivatives were created via the modification of Testosterone’s chemical structure in various ways. Although thousands of analogues were created, only about a dozen of these anabolic hormones were officially used as medicines and by bodybuilders as performance enhancing drugs (PEDs).

Use by Bodybuilders and Athletes

Bodybuilders and athletes are intensely attracted to the use of anabolic steroids because Testosterone is the prime intercellular mediator of muscle growth in the body. Being that anabolic steroids are all ultimately modifications of Testosterone that in many cases provides greater anabolic strength than Testosterone itself, we can see why athletes and bodybuilders are very fond of these drugs. These drugs provide the body with the ability to absorb and assimilate more consumed food and calories, and shuttle those nutrients towards muscle growth provided it is facilitated by stimulation (training) in the gym. It is through this process over time that increased strength, speed, and especially muscle size is achieved.

The very first documented use of these anabolic drugs by modern athletes was in the early 1950s by Russian Olympic athletes in the Olympic Games. They were mostly employed by strength and speed athletes, such as Olympic lifting events. Eventually its use spread to Olympic sprinters, swimmers, and other events in the Olympics. However, it was in the late 1950s that the use of these drugs quickly entered the bodybuilding world, shortly after the creation of Dianabol (Methandrostenolone) in 1958. The use of these hormones spread like wildfire into other sports afterwards, as the benefits of increased strength, muscle size, speed, and especially recovery and healing from injuries was experienced by athletes when these drugs are used in conjunction with a training program and an adequate diet.

Today anabolic steroids continue to be utilized by athletes despite their use being officially banned in almost every single major sporting organization. However, the overwhelming majority of anabolic steroid users are not athletes, as we will now see.

Use by Amateur Athletes and Gym Rats

Interestingly enough, although the main focus of the use of these drugs in the media has centered on professional athletes, the cold and hard truth of the matter is that the vast majority of anabolic steroid users are, in fact, not professional athletes. Surveys and study data over the last two or three decades have uncovered a surprising revelation: that the overwhelming majority of anabolic steroid users (well over 85%) are comprised of young adult males in the median age of 25 – 30 years of age, and are not professional or even amateur athletes at any level. They are merely ‘gym rats’ and amateur trainees merely attempting to achieve a better physique and to accomplish this goal faster. As the previous sentence hints, these anabolic steroid users are not even concerned with the use of these substances for performance reasons, but primarily cosmetic purposes (physique enhancement).

The use of these drugs by the average gym goer seems to have begun in the 1980s, and has steadily and dramatically increased ever since. The worldwide numbers of anabolic steroid users continues to increase every single day, and currently rests at the highest number of users ever on record in history. Despite the social stigma surrounding anabolic steroids, these are clearly very popular and highly sought-after drugs by individuals merely to enhance and speed up their personal physique goals in the gym.

Other Steroids

One final misconception that must be clarified is the misconception by the general public that all steroids are anabolic steroids. The truth is that the vast majority of steroidal hormones have nothing at all to do with muscle growth, strength building, or physique enhancement. Other steroids exist (and are naturally produced by the human body as well) that have nothing to do with the aforementioned effects. These include: cholesterol, Estrogen, Cortisol, phytoestrogens, and even Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol). Furthermore, the vast majority of prescribed steroids are of the corticosteroid type – steroids that act to reduce inflammation in the body and do nothing to build muscle tissue. In fact, corticosteroids (such as Prednisone or Mometasone Furoate) in adequate enough dosages and chronic dosages can actually serve to break down and destroy muscle tissue. Ironically, patients who are prescribed corticosteroids for long-term use are also eventually and commonly prescribed anabolic steroids in order to offset this effect.