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Many athletes use anabolic-androgenic steroids (aas) for physical enhancement but the magnitude of these gains and associated adverse effects has not been rigorously quantified. Anabolic-androgenic steroids produce a state of enhanced muscle mass and strength, but this is likely associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. An assessment of the long term effects of use of steroids should be an element of all doping control in sports, anabolic-androgenic steroids adverse effects. The aim of our longitudinal study is to determine long-term consequences of use of anabolic-androgenic steroids. Introduction Body composition (BMI) has become a key determinant of performance in a variety of different sports. One of the most popular methods of monitoring body composition is the use of DEXA, which measures fat mass (FM) and the percentage of fat mass (PFM), anabolic-androgenic steroids composition. A higher percentage of fat mass can be associated with greater levels of strength and endurance, anabolic-androgenic steroids half life. It is thought that the use of steroids may be more detrimental in athletes who have greater risk for type 2 diabetes. However, there is no evidence for this hypothesis and in fact the use of steroids is not generally associated with increased risk of type 2 diabetes, anabolic-androgenic steroids nicknames. A meta-analysis of the data from 19 randomised controlled trials, published in 2004, concluded there was no evidence of a relationship between steroid use and type 2 diabetes.5 This study also looked at long-term, prospective follow-up studies by comparing the risk of type 2 diabetes with those who used no steroid. In an analysis of 12 trials comparing athletes with and without a history of steroid use, published in 2011, the risk of type 2 diabetes with lifetime and 3-year use of anabolic-androgenic steroids was not elevated, anabolic-androgenic steroids health risk.6 Thus, any effect that the use of anabolic steroids may have on insulin resistance is likely to be small and unrepresentative of the overall distribution of steroids use in athletes, anabolic-androgenic steroids health risk. The question remains whether anabolic androgenic steroids in the control of muscle and strength gains in sports are related to risk of developing type 2 diabetes, as previously suggested. To address this we undertook a prospective, cross-sectional study of male elite level athletes who were taking anabolic/androgenic steroids to develop muscle mass and strength for competitive advantage; that is, to enhance performance (e, anabolic-androgenic steroids effects on brain.g, anabolic-androgenic steroids effects on brain. for competitive athletics, figure skating), anabolic-androgenic steroids effects on brain. We chose athletes because we expected that steroids were more commonly used by elite athletes and that athletes who have had anabolic androgenic steroid use will have a higher prevalence of type 2 diabetes which can lead to insulin resistance. We were not interested in any group of people who had not previously developed type 2 diabetes, anabolic-androgenic steroids adverse effects.
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