How Do Steroids Work?


Steroids work by filling the cell receptors. They direct the cells to create proteins at a faster rate.
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Steroids do work by enhancing the performance of different drugs in the body. They also increase the rate of protein synthesis in cells. They also cause androgenic and virilizing effects by increasing the size and strength of muscles.
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