We live in a society with a highly demanding life style.
Chemical enhancement on a daily basis is a fact.
Recreational use of stimulants on order to perform at the gym and improve cognitive function at work.
Barbiturates taken at night to enhance stress relief and act as sleeping agents.
Both categories are highly addictive and potentially dangerous.
CNS stimulants such as caffeine, ephedrine, clenbuterol, tyrosine and amphetamines are capable of acute myocardial infarction (AMI) and stroke.
On the other hand, barbiturates can seriously suppress breathing center in brain and lead to apnea.
In the bottom line, people are supposed to cheat in every aspect of their life.
Pilots use modafinil for increased alert state.
While cops, F1 pilots and students use amphetamines for improved cognitive ability and nootropic function.
Even artists may sniff cocaine to get high on stage.
But also snipers use beta- 2 blocker for stability and control.
Same as a hard worker who smokes weed in order to chill out and be able to get a nap.
Finally, those who want to perform sexually, use 5PED inhibitors medications.
Considering all these facts taking place every day, why someone who wishes to perform better at the gym is getting the social stigma of a cheater?
It’s time to face the facts without prejudice and suspicion.