As they often go hand in hand, prohormone use and side effects are commonly associated with each other. There are many different physical symptoms that I have covered in the past, let’s turn the tables and talk about what can be going on internally. If you look at an average weightlifters diet, there is a ton of sources of high cholesterol from many of the protein-heavy foods that you are going to be having. It wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world to grab a product that can manage your cholesterol levels. Your body doesn’t like rapid fluctuations to how it is usually maintained. When you throw a prohormone into your system, you can gain weight at a quick pace. This rapid boost in tipping the scales caused prohormones to really start selling out. The next month, after you finished using your prohormone that weight you gained started to fall away, just as quick as it came.
Let me use a personal incident that went on in my life, over the course of two months, as an example. About seven years ago, I ran an exceptionally brutal stack that brought me everything I wanted, at first. I went from 210lbs to 233.5lbs in a very short time frame. I was expecting to keep all of this extra weight and had actually already bought some new clothes to celebrate, one of the worst purchases I have ever made. I hadn’t thought much of how my figure was currently looking, I knew I had weighed in about three weeks ago and it wasn’t until someone pointed out my rapid weight loss that I got worried. After I could get home, I rushed to my weight scale, to find that my biggest fear had come true. As fate would have it, I was weighing in at 218lbs, nearly a drop in fifteen pounds. My stomach wanted to hit the floor, it was like the last few months that I had worked so hard, were all for nothing. It was, at that very moment, that I vowed never to trust another prohormone again. Luckily for me, it wasn’t too long after that that word began to get out about the hidden dangers of these supplements.
Needless to say, within a short time, prohormones were swept under the rug and have stayed there ever since. When weight takes a roller coaster approach and begins to rise and fall, it wreaks havoc on your cholesterol. Laying waste to the progress that you have made, this was just one of many reasons people cried foul at what the long-term risks of these specific supplements were. I felt devastated that I had put so much time into trying to skirt around doing hard work on my own. I suppose that, looking back on it, I should have known that such quick weight gain was too good to be true. Before you start any serious plan and are looking for weightlifting products, always have your cholesterol levels checked by a professional. You do not want to begin taking what could possibly raise your blood pressure, if you already have high pressure numbers already. From personal experience, I had no clue that I had high blood pressure and cholesterol until I had it checked by a machine. I was really fortunate to not have experimented with what could have raised my numbers even higher.