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Richard Power
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The other thing to check is hematocrit. Some AAS (equipoise & others) induce polycythemia. Not like erythropoetin, but can be too much of a good thing. Does anyone ACTUALLY get uncontrollable "roid rage"? Or is it just that the idea and feeling of being juiced lead some people to run free with hidden angers & sociopathy? As far as I can tell, it's largely an illusion of the mind and at its worst in emotionally immature people. Then, again, I've never hung out at a big BB gym observing candidates...


   
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edarrin
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No , the brain has androgen receptors and I read somewhere that juice has some beta adrenergic stimulating props as well. A lot of people (like me) have trouble sleeping. This is why. It does stimulate and make people more aggressive (at least some). As far as acting out on others - thats what brains are for. As long as you are aware of these things one can control oneself in 99.9% of instances I find. I am definitely more irritable when on higher doses . It certainly has psychotropic effects on me.


   
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ripper
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How can I get my levels checked if I dont want to go to doc. It seems that they reference it in the post but fail to follow through [/B] tell your doctor you want him to run a lipid panel on you.


   
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Great post Homepie!! I just started taking my policosanol for 5 days now and I can feel a Giant difference already. I got my milk thistle and R-ala and policosanol and I will never do another cycle without them. I cant beleive how good again I feel now, I Love that policosanol. High cholestorol and high blood pressure made me feel like dog shit.


   
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Great post Homepie!! I just started taking my policosanol for 5 days now and I can feel a Giant difference already. I got my milk thistle and R-ala and policosanol and I will never do another cycle without them. I cant beleive how good again I feel now, I Love that policosanol. High cholestorol and high blood pressure made me feel like dog shit. Well that's great. I cant say I feel better with policosanol but bloodtests proved that cholesterol dropped. Again great for you!


   
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TJ
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Any idea if this stuff lowers Trigylcerides? Mine are out of this world and I'm clean and have been for a long time!!


   
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Can't help with the triglycerides but this is a good thread. I've got an article here that says that just a 1point drop in HDL increases the likelihood of heart disease by 6%. That means if yours goes from 50 to 10 you're almost two and half times more likely to develop heart disease while on than if you weren't, all other things being equal.


   
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Can't help with the triglycerides but this is a good thread. I've got an article here that says that just a 1point drop in HDL increases the likelihood of heart disease by 6%. That means if yours goes from 50 to 10 you're almost two and half times more likely to develop heart disease while on than if you weren't, all other things being equal. It's very important to take a look at who is funding the research and who is doing the research. I have worked in research in the past and believe it or not the tests and clinical trials are sometimes done numerous times and/or manipulated enough to get the desired outcome ( Sometimes if you don't get the desired outcome you lose the funding). In my opinion, Hypertension is a greater risk factor for Cardiac disease but the companies who manufacture the Statin drugs would have you thinking differently. There is a lot of 'good' research done on Phyto Sterols and the reduction of LDL levels.


   
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Here's the source of the info: Dr Meir Stampfer, chair of the Department of Epidemiology at Harvard Medical School, quoted from a newspaper article (I've lost the date for it). http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/facres/stmpfr.html


   
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