Treatment for Oxymetholone Abuse
How to Get and Stay Clean From This Dangerous Drug
Oxymetholone abuse has long been understood as one of the most serious examples of anabolic steroid abuse. This highly addictive, highly deadly drug has slowly been gaining popularity among athletes and weight lifters because of its promises of being able to turn us into superhumans. Like most things, if it sounds too good to be true that’s because it is. Oxymetholone alters our body’s chemistry in such a profound way that it can radically affect our personality or even kill us. RU Encore’s team of caring professionals understand the nature of addiction better than anyone else. Call us today.
Oxymetholone Abuse Signs and Symptoms
Facts about Oxymetholone
First created in 1959, this orally activated anabolic steroid found itself becoming popular due to its potency and its accessibility. Since oxymetholones does not have to be injected, a new group of people found themselves addicted to this drug. Some signs of oxymetholone use include:
- Gynecomastia or overdeveloped breast tissue in men
- Increased acne breakouts on face, shoulder, or back
- Unusually greasy hair or oily skin
- Rapid fluctuations in temperament
- Thinning hair or receding hairline
- Increases or decreases in hunger
- Delusions of invincibility or overconfidence
- Larger, puffy looking muscles or physique
- Bad breath
If you or a loved one are experiencing these or any other symptoms, please contact your physician immediately and start getting the help you need.