The first is that the consumption of testosterone or other steroids makes the person aggressive at times. I do not know where this rumor originates, but presumably it has to do with the football players who are taught that violence is good, and in this way they lose control. Testosterone has an effect on endorphin levels, this is coincident with the comments of testosterone users who claim that it gives a feeling of well-being. Testosterone, on the other hand, does not produce outbreaks of anger. Another myth is that testosterone reduces the genitals. This can happen but it can be easily prevented, which will be discussed later. The proper use of testosterone can result in extraordinary results.
In a period of three months a user who is just beginning can expect a weight gain of 10 to 20 pounds. Once the use of steroids has ceased, 10 to 15 pounds of water are lost, but the gain in muscle mass is retained. If you know that you are correctly educated in the use of testosterone, muscle mass will be conserved. To know if one should use testosterone you have to be at the goals that you have drawn. If the goal is maximum fat loss with little gain in muscle mass, testosterone should not be used. If the goal is to gain as much muscle mass and strength as possible, testosterone should be used. Once you have opted to supplement with testosterone, you have to choose what type of product you are going to consume. Testosterone is almost never found in pure form, almost always mixed with other components. The purpose of these components called esters, is to avoid a sudden increase in the level of this hormone in the body, esters allow testosterone to be absorbed in periods of time and not suddenly. There are several forms of testosterone to choose from: testosterone propionate will reach the system in a period of 2 to 3 days. The Testosterone Suspension will peak in the system within 1 day.