People Who Paid A High Price For Abuse Of Steroids

Do you know a guy who is not dreaming of a wonderful jacked body with stunning 6 pack abs and biceps as huge as the sun? I have my doubts. Recently this dream became a reality even for those who hate sweating at the gym.


Anabolic steroids do their job without enormous workouts praising men of all ages with muscles of steel. Of course, their arms and legs are not as perfect as what those who work hard at the gym get, but still look pretty impressive.

People tend to use steroids for 2 main reasons:

1. Boosting muscle growth.

2. Improving bedroom performance.



But these men mostly forget about side effects of popular muscle injections. Among the least harmful are:

– acne,
– mood swings,
– fatigue,
– restlessness/agitation,
– decreased appetite,
– trouble sleeping,
– decreased sperm count,
– impotence.

Some people gave away their lives in this rush for the ideal body. Here are the cases that made the whole world gasp.



Brazilian case

A man from Maceió, Brazil wanted to be huge. A Nice muscular body was not enough for him, so he chose synthol to make his arms 90 cm large. Synthol is not actually a steroid, it is a site enhancement oil, that refers to oils injected into muscles to increase the size or change the shape. A liquid implant, so to say.

In Brazilian man’s case, muscles grew so big that even a slight punch was enough to make him bleed to death. And it actually happened when this man got into a car accident. His bicep literary exploded, leaving a huge hole in his arm. The poor man died at the hospital the same day.


Chris Benoit case

Over a three-day period between June 22 and June 25, 2007, Chris Benoit, a 40-year-old veteran professional wrestler killed his wife Nancy Benoit and strangled their 7-year-old son Daniel before hanging himself.

Autopsy results showed Xanax and hydrocodone at levels investigators called consistent with therapeutic use. Elevated levels of synthetic anabolic steroid testosterone cypionate were found in his urine; investigators believed that the level found suggested it had been taken recently. While the synthetic anabolic steroid testosterone cypionate was found in his urine, there was no evidence of GHB contrary to speculation.

A doctor who held his autopsy said that Chris’s brain resembled a brain of an 80-year old Alzheimer patient and not the one of a young man. A doctor said long-lasting steroids abuse ruined his brain and mental health.


Candice Armstrong case

Barmaid Candice Armstrong, 28, from London was a pretty slim blonde who loved her life but was not quite satisfied with her body. To make it more fit she went to the gym and there met her new addiction – steroids.

Today she is a hulking brunette with muscles and body hair that covers her back, chest and upper lip. Along with excess body hair and acne, her clitoris has swelled so much that it has become a mini penis. Her breasts have also suffered and now hang lifelessly from her hugely overdeveloped pectoral muscles. Candice does not really like her new look, but she claims it is too late for her to stop.

Top trending around the world

You Might Also Like