Deca Durabolin is an anabolic steroid that occurs naturally in the body in very, very miniscule amounts. It can treat osteoporosis in postmenopausal women and help combat muscle wasting in patients who have AIDS or similar illnesses. Some athletes use it to help promote the growth of significant muscle mass and decrease recovery time, and the most famous case is that of Chris Benoit, who hanged himself back in 2007 after killing his wife and son. Although there was never any substantial evidence that his use of Deca Durabolin led to the deaths, investigators discovered that Benoit received regular shipments of the steroid (and anastrozole) from disreputable doctors.
The basic ingredients for testosterone are zinc, vitamin D, cholesterol, with selenium and magnesium being present as well. Research suggests that an amino acid called N acetyl cystein can be beneficial to increasing glutathione in the testes which makes for healthier teste function and increased testosterone. Sleep is critical. Excess alchohol or body fat do not compliment testosterone production Exercise in proper amounts has been shown over and over to raise T. Moderate amounts of porn and or masturbation are probably fine, but porn induced erectile dysfunction is real. Erectile dysfunction is not fun, it's crushing. Erectile dysfunction can be caused by many things aside from low T. Man up and see your doctor if all else fails. Garlic and vitamin C together have been helpful for me, for what it's worth.
Now, thanks to a banned rugby player whose brave revelations may help to save his sport, we are seeing some light being shone on the reality that steroids are almost as much a part of rugby’s culture as tying your laces. And that isn’t just in Wales. The whistleblower, 20-year-old Daniel Spencer-Tonks , who was interviewed as part of a documentary this week on Welsh rugby, is actually a former England under-16 rugby union international who was playing rugby league for the University of Gloucestershire All Golds when he failed a drug test in February. He says steroid use is “hugely widespread” at all levels because of a pressure on players to be “bigger, faster and stronger”.