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Old 08-11-2011, 08:46 PM   #1
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Default What do you think about Roid Rage is a bullshit?

My own opinion Roid Rage is a myth, but i'm fully agree with
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Old 08-18-2011, 07:01 AM   #2
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I don't have first hand experience but it seems like something that is creating an imbalance in your hormone levels could very well have an effect on your aggressiveness.

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Old 08-19-2011, 06:08 AM   #3
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Roid Rage is only a problem in those with high aggressive tendancies in the first place. If you're already an ***hole, roids can make you more so.
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Roid Rage is only a problem in those with high aggressive tendancies in the first place. If you're already an ***hole, roids can make you more so.
someone asked the same thing this week on another forum and that's the same answer i gave.if you're an a-hole without gear you'll be an a-hole on gear.it's guys like that who have to let everyone know they're on cycle by acting nuts just gives us as a community a bad rap.bad enough the media plays into it with sports figures.we don't need extra fuel to the fire...all the years i've been around aas or used aas i've yet to come across or experience thr "rage"...
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Old 09-08-2011, 03:47 AM   #5
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Roid rage is bullshit. Steroids will amplify everything, so if you have anxiety, it will probably get a little worse. If you have aggression issues, it will be a little worse. What you have to do is be an adult and learn to keep your shit in check. The media will point to things like Chris Benoit flipping out and murdering his whole family as roid rage. They never mention the ridiculous amounts of concussions that he had throughout the years. The man had brain damage, steroids didn't cause him to become a killer. There's a large amount of former NFL players that commit suicide for the same reason.
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Depends on the person. I dont think that it will make someone "freak out". Hell, maybe it will if that person is already unstable.
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