HGH abuse tied to other substance abuses

Oct 7, 2010
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http://www.endocrinetoday.com/view.aspx?rid=79897

I found this article interesting. Those that use Test, GH, and other drugs have a propensity for use of other stimulants as well. It also states that “Although [GH] does not produce a ‘reward’ of acute intoxication in the manner of classical dependence-inducing drugs such as alcohol or opioids, the possibility remains that its metabolic effects, or perhaps even subtle hedonic effects, might themselves be sufficiently reinforcing to induce a dependence syndrome in some individuals,” the researchers wrote.
 
Jun 19, 2009
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PotentialPro said:
http://www.endocrinetoday.com/view.aspx?rid=79897

I found this article interesting. Those that use Test, GH, and other drugs have a propensity for use of other stimulants as well. It also states that “Although [GH] does not produce a ‘reward’ of acute intoxication in the manner of classical dependence-inducing drugs such as alcohol or opioids, the possibility remains that its metabolic effects, or perhaps even subtle hedonic effects, might themselves be sufficiently reinforcing to induce a dependence syndrome in some individuals,” the researchers wrote.
Not unlike the indulgence in "steriod rage" among those users. I've met several that enjoy being jacked up as*holes.
 
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Didn't that journalist attest to that also, that after his much-reference doping research article and Paris-Brest-Paris success on various PEDs, the GH was hardest to quit with, as it made him all too physically aware of being "old" again?
 
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Yes I believe so, the one in that older Outside Magazine article.

I think another point on this research is that you are not going to do one thing. If you are going to do Test, GH or whatever, you are going to pair up with other drugs. It's comprehensive approach to biological weak points.
 

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