The Dangers Of Select Androgen Receptor Modulators
Dangers of SARMs
Anabolic steroids started to be abused by athletes in the 1980's. High school athletes to professional athletes were using anabolic steroids to enhance their performance. They were easily accessible, and the legal penalties for using them were not severe. In the early 1990's President George Bush classified anabolic steroid as schedule 3 drug making penalties severe for illegal possession and use. But now a new form of anabolic drugs have emerged called select androgen receptor modulators or SARMs.
SARMs are experimental pharmaceutical drugs. They were invented not too long ago but have yet to be sold commercially and legally by any pharmaceutical companies. Ligandrol or LGD 4033 and Rad 140 are two SARMs that are the closest to being approved by the FDA. However, other SARMs such as yk11, sr9009, and Ostarine and not approved by the FDA.
SARMs are now being abused by thousands of young men and women looking to increase muscle mass, decrease body fat and increase strength. High school students to professional athletes are abusing SARMs because of how easy they are to obtain and the little if any side effects associated with SARMs. SARMs are sold in oral form, which makes them easy to consume. The internet has made it very easy for people to buy SARMs. Hundred of websites offer SARMs with delivery to anywhere in the world. Not only that but a person can purchase a cycle of SARMs for less than $60.00.
In conclusion, SARMs are drugs that are being abused by young men and women seeking to gain muscle mass. They have replaced anabolic steroids as the new drug for muscle growth. SARMs produce very little side effects making them more appealing to their users. Many of them assume they are safe or that they are supplements, but they are not. SARMs can be dangerous. Not only that but the FDA has issued a warning that SARMs should not be abused.