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Following in the dreams of bodybuilders and athletes, in order to get a stiff and muscular body, the market has introduced many supplements and anabolic steroids such as d-bol (Dianabol) which work to eventually increase muscle mass to a great extent and boost up the body’s metabolic rate. The result looks amazing, right? Getting a big athletic body in no time! However, d-bol side effects does happen with long-term misuse and improper dosage. We will look into this in detail.

There are two major methods of building a bulk of muscles and a perfect body that are mostly followed by bodybuilders and athletes at gyms and athletic societies. The competition is tough and time is short, so they follow these methods according to their time span:

1. Stick to a strict diet, and tough training.

2. Take supplements and steroids.

The first one is definitely hard to follow and requires a lot of time. But the latter one is a shortcut method of gaining muscularity. Most of the bodybuilders start taking these supplements at the very start of training, while others at the end. They do achieve their goals of defined muscles and a perfect shape and made a huge name in their respective professions.

Notwithstanding, they need to be really careful about d-bol side effects.  The way these steroids act can have a huge impact on the body; either healthy or unhealthy.

“Health is like MONEY, we never have a true idea of its value until we LOSE IT.” (Josh Billings)

How does D-Bols Work?

There are some healthy supplements too in the market that fulfill the requirement of vitamins and proteins in the body. While training, the body uses all of its energy components so these supplements give you an extra booster of energy. Similarly, d-bols help with the retention of nitrogen, the building block of proteins. In this way, they increase the muscle mass by not allowing the body to run short of essential minerals and vitamins.

Dianabol pills are one of the most potent anabolic steroids that boost muscle production and reduce fat production in the body. The significant results can be seen in weeks.

The active ingredient of this product, methandrostenolone, delivers the proper substance to the body that aids in gaining muscle mass and  strength. It does so by providing the body extra protein and converting it into muscles. And when used in conjunction with other supplements, it will give you killing results in only 12 weeks – not bad.

We have already discussed the benefits of dianabol and the way it acts on the body. But the thing here that is alarming are d-bol side effects.

Our body is a perfect example of balance. Whenever you try to give it an extra dosage of any drug, it definitely will disturb the normal balance. The same goes for taking d-bol pills. You can suffer very serious consequences which are as follows:

1) D-bol side effects on the Liver

The liver is a major regulatory organ that helps to retain metabolism of the body. The overuse of Dianabol requires a lot of work from the liver because this drug contain complex ingredients for the body to break down, thus can lead to liver damage or liver cancer.

2) D-bol side effects on the Heart

Dianabol pills are reported to increase the blood flow and heart rate which exerts extra pressure on the heart to pump blood. The extra drainage of blood can make the heart malfunction over time. This can lead to a heart attack if overdoses are taken in a day. The long-term use may end up increasing cholesterol levels, heart problems, and high blood pressure, etc.

3) Organ Dysfunction

There are some side effects that can directly cause organ dysfunction,  meaning that any body organs can fail to perform. It can cause gynecomastia (enlargement of man’s breast), acne, liver enlargement, hair loss, etc.

4) D-bol side effects on the Reproductive System

D-bol mimics the role of estrogen, which is an antagonist of testosterone. Its increased level in the body can cause muscle loss, fatigue, loss of libido, and prostate enlargement as well.

5) Aggression

Misuse of d-bol can lead to severe mood swings reflected more towards anger, rage, and anxiety. That’s the reason bodybuilders are seen more to be involved in fights. Though it provides extra energy to the body during  training and performance; you will face such mood swings outside the gym. This definitely do not have a healthy impact on you.

Moreover, it can also lead to lump formation and excess water retention. But again, do remember that these effects come up with excessive use or misuse of pills. Try to follow the prescription strictly as prescribed.

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How to get the ball rolling on eating healthier

You may want to start eating healthier, but getting the ball rolling can be an uphill endeavor.

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Make a List

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When you get hungry, the last thing you feel like doing is running down a mental list of available healthy foods to eat. That’s why you probably end up grabbing whatever is closest to you and chowing down, vowing to start eating healthy tomorrow.

Instead, sit down and make a list of foods that you determine to be healthiest for you and your goals. Don’t just write a shopping list. Make a list of actual meals that you can prepare and eat. Include what day you’re going to have them, and what time. The more prepared you are when hunger strikes, the more likely you will be to have something ready without having to think too hard about it.

Buy a Cookbook

 

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Flipping through a cookbook with enticing photographs of healthy food will get you inspired to start eating healthy. Buy a cookbook or two that has nothing but healthy food recipes. Make sure it has a photo for every recipe, so you can visualize yourself dining on the healthy options. Put bookmarks on pages that really make you want to get up and start cooking. These are the dishes that will offer you the best motivation to start your new healthy eating plan. Alternatively, you can create your own cookbook by searching around the internet for healthy recipes and saving them to your phone or computer.

Buy Some New Clothes

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Wearing the same clothes every day when you already feel unattractive can keep you in a negative rut that’s hard to get out of. Put on your favorite pair of jeans, jacket, whatever, and go shopping for some new clothes. Buy a few that fit you now, and something special that you can work toward fitting into after you’ve achieved your weight goal. The change will help you to see yourself as someone new and fresh who is capable of switching eating habits for the better.

Stop Looking in the Mirror

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If your appearance really gets you down, stop obsessing over your flaws in the mirror. Seriously, you don’t need a visual examination over every wrinkle or bulge. Just stop looking in the mirror, get dressed, and be on your merry way. Wait at least a month before you give yourself a once over again. This time, you’ll be pleasantly surprised, instead of walking away thinking how bad you look.

Buy a Cool Scale

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If you’re trying to lose weight (or even gain weight), having a cool scale will make the process easier to measure progress. Get yourself a digital scale that measures ounces as well as pounds. They even have scales that speak your weight, if that’s what you need to keep motivated to eat healthier. Just don’t weigh yourself every day, because daily fluctuations in weight are normal, and have little to do with your eating habits. If you gain a couple ounces after eating healthy all day, you could lose motivation to continue to eat healthy. Every three days or so is sufficient to track your progress and measure your results.

Choose Restaurants With Healthy Food

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If cooking isn’t your thing, choose some local restaurants that serve healthy foods with wholesome ingredients. Keep a list of these restaurants at hand so that when you come home late from work and don’t feel like cooking, you’ll have a backup plan that doesn’t involve Domino’s Pizza.

Invest in Partitioned Storage Containers

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If you’re short on time like most of us, you need some quick options for meals every now and then. Invest in some portioned storage containers so you can make your own version of TV dinners. Instead of pudding and mashed potatoes, fill them with things like brown rice, steamed broccoli, and turkey breast. Prepare them ahead of time and stack in your refrigerator or freezer. Just pop one in the microwave when all you can think about is flopping on the couch in front of the television.

The key to getting the ball rolling to start eating healthier is to be prepared. When you stock up on the tools that will help you reach your goals, get ready for instances when there’s no time to cook, and be kind to yourself by not obsessing over your image, you stand a pretty good chance of improving your eating habits for good.

 

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It was only a matter of time before weed found its way into America’s favorite drink. Enter: marijuana-infused beer.

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These days, you can find marijuana infused in everything from alcohol to BBQ sauce to bath bombs to candy bars. So, it was only a matter of time before weed found its way into America’s favorite drink: beer. Enter: marijuana-infused beer.

From Business Insider, a report that Lagunitas Brewing Company has released an IPA infused with marijuana. It’s called Supercritical, and it’s available for a limited release in California. In case you don’t know, Lagunitas Brewing Company is based in California and was purchased by Heineken in early 2017.

Sadly, though, it won’t get you high — the beer contains no THC.

For inside scoop, watch the full video. Then let us know in the comments what you think about marijuana-infused beer.

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Sweden’s Move To A 6 Hour Workday Should Make You Very Angry

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What would you do with 6 extra hours of free time every week? That’s the question every full-time worker in Sweden is going to have to answer. After years of individual companies making the switch, the entire country is about to embark on an ambitious plan to maintain productivity while also eliminating 17% of the current workweek. Yes, the entire country.

Not only have Swedish workers just been given 312 hours of their lives back each year, but they have effectively been given a rather nice raise as well. In 2014, the average Swede took home about of €30,612 (the equivalent of $34,285) each year, or €2551 ($2857)  a month, which is about €589 ($660) a week. If we break that down over a 36 hour work week (less than the 47 hours the average American works full-time ), that equals €16.35 an hour. With the switch from a 36 hour workweek to a 30 hour workweek, the average take-home hourly wage just jumped to €19.63/hour, or a 20% increase.*

That would make me pretty happy, and I hope our CEO reads this and feels compelled to give all of us at Men’s Trait a 20% raise. We’re not holding our breath, however. Wages in the U.S. have been slightly better than stagnant for decades, and now we have to sit back and watch as an entire nation was just collectively given a raise that we could only dream of in the States.

In the United States, the average earner made $45,230 before taxes in 2014. More than the average Swede, right? Not necessarily. You might have noticed that the amount people in Sweden take home, on average, was €30,612 ($34,285), not what they earned. That’s the net, after tax amount. In the U.S., depending on a worker’s tax bracket, that amount would be at best $33,923, excluding any deductions and credits on their taxes. Depending on the exchange rate at any given moment, people in Sweden might take home more money than Americans. Or Americans might take home more. It’s very, very close.

But each country is different, and the cost of living in Sweden is higher than in the United States. Or, rather no, it isn’t. When we look at just after tax income, not accounting for fixed expenses, the average Swede has more buying power than the average American. Rent and utilities are significantly cheaper for people living in Sweden, making it slightly more affordable than the U.S. overall. Removing just utilities from the equation gives the advantage to Americans for having more buying power. Luxury activities, like eating at restaurants or going to the movies, are more expensive in Sweden than they are in the United States; that’s one financial advantage we have. But Swedes don’t do those things on the same scale that Americans do, so the premium prices affect them less than they would someone living in the States.

Okay, so I’ve rambled for over 500 words about how the Swedes just made a change to how much people work, and then delved into a bevy of numbers comparing the incomes and buying power of Americans and Swedes, only to come to the conclusion that there really isn’t that much difference between the two countries. Both are wealthy countries, with each celebrating a 7.2 OECD Better Life Index score that measures the quality of life for people around the globe, well above the average score of 6.0. So what’s the point?

Just remember, you could be living the American dream in Sweden, only by working at least 312 fewer hours each year. Oh, and the Swedes are guaranteed 25 paid vacation days and 16 paid holidays yearly, plus some paid maternity (56 weeks, or 13 months) and paternity leave (34 weeks), neither of which are guaranteed in the United States.** Now, with this new 6 hour workday, your typical Swedish worker will work 458 fewer hours every year than the average American (this even includes part-time workers)—that’s 19 full days.

Yes, you should be angry. People in Sweden are living the American dream better than we are.

Preston Hemmerich is the Content Manager for 301 Digital Media, overseeing MensTrait.com, OutwardOn.com, DailyBeautyHack.com and more. He enjoys covering food, politics, travel and writing sad attempts at humor.

*This figure does not account for hourly employees, only salaried employees. Some businesses have applied a wage increase to hourly employees to make up for lost hours, but that is not a country wide practice. In reality, this de facto raise disproportionately benefits higher income individuals working salaried jobs.
**Collectively, citizens of the U.S. get nowhere near 41 paid days off a year that Swedish citizens do.

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