Quick Recovery After a Cycle of Steroids Or Prohormones Like Methyl 1-D
RecoverySoft / April 16, 2018

Ok, so one of the common joked about side effects of anabolic steroid use is the classic “little penis” syndrome, where your penis supposedly shrinks up and gets smaller. We see this used all the time in everything from movies to sitcoms. Does this “joke” have any basis in reality or is it just another popular misconception about anabolic steroid use? In fact like any popular reference, there is a hint of truth to this myth, but it isn’t at all about the size of your penis, in fact has to do with the testicles. The testicles are responsible for producing the majority of a mans testosterone, therefore when the body senses more than enough testosterone being available (or testosterone analogs like anabolic steroids) in the hypothalamus, it works on a messenger system that controls the entire testosterone releasing process. This process involves the hypothalamus sending a messenger to the pituitary gland which then releases the chemical messengers follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH), collectively known as gonadotropins. These then make their way to the testicles and in turn increase sperm production and testosterone production respectively. Now, when a person takes higher than normal levels of androgens like anabolic…

Commitment to Drug Recovery – How to Stay Disciplined in Your Resolve
RecoverySoft / April 5, 2018

Changing a habit is not easy and this applies to areas such as anger management, smoking, internet addiction and drug recovery treatment. When there is also a physical component to addiction, this adds an additional challenge. Commitment to drug recovery means that you decide to stay away from substance abuse despite whatever your feelings or thoughts are telling you to do. This resolve can be supported by individual counseling, support groups and a sponsor as well as the facilitators in a rehab program. Know that your mind is going to play tricks on you and tell you that giving in one time will not be a big deal. It will tell you that you can’t cope with the emotional pain otherwise. Just try to watch the different emotions and thoughts that try to seduce you back into the habit. Remember what it’s like when you have given into the cravings and urges. Think about how short the effect was of the drug. Look at how it made you feel guilty and depressed later. See the impact on your life and those you love. Part of keeping your resolve strong to be free from the drug addiction is to stay out…