Real Stories

Robert Walter Easton: dies of heart attack at age 21

Another young (21 years old) bodybuilder/wrestler’s life is cut short by his decision to use anabolic steroids.  According to his death certificate, Robert suffered Myocardial Hypertrophy with Left Ventricular Hypertrophy.  The death certificate also noted his use of anabolic steroids as a contributing factor.

Obituary:

Robert Walter Easton, 21, died suddenly from cardiac arrest on September 3, 2015 in Pullman, WA. … Continue Reading...

Ex-Marine, 23, killed himself after his abuse of steroids

 

Former Marine: John Salthouse, 23, originally from Buxton, Derbyshire, had taken steroids every two weeks claiming they would help with his weight lifting

Former Marine: John Salthouse, 23, originally from Buxton, Derbyshire, had taken steroids every two weeks claiming they would help with his weight lifting

 

  • Steroids caused John Salthouse to erupt into ‘blind rage’ towards people
  • Girlfriend Kimberley Challenor once found him in bath in drunken stupor 
  • He choked his sister until she almost passed out after row over vacuum
  • Sought help from doctor just days before he died in Greater Manchester 

A former Royal Marine killed himself after his abuse of anabolic steroids to help him keep fit made him prone to violent mood swings, an inquest has heard.… Continue Reading...

‘I wanted to look good in the shower’: Reality star admits steroid use was ‘one of the biggest mistakes’ of his life

London - UK Spencer Matthews seen leaving BBC Radio One studios. The Made In Chelsea star went out on a date with fellow contestants Vicky Pattison

Made in Chelsea’s Spencer Matthews was left ‘anxious and depressed’ by steroid abuse

FORMER Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews has opened up for the first time about his steroids shame, admitting he took pills “to look good in the shower” ahead of his I’m a Celebrity stint.

The reality star, 27, was controversially axed from the ITV reality show in November, just three days into his jungle experience after confessing to show bosses about popping the muscle-building pills.… Continue Reading...

Popular bodybuilder died as a ‘direct cause’ of taking steroids

Dean Wharmby of Rochdale today and as a bodybuilder before he was diagnosed with terminal cancer

A popular body builder died as a ‘direct cause’ of taking steroids, an inquest heard.

Dean Wharmby’s misuse of anabolic steroids caused his death from liver cancer on July 19 this year, coroner Lisa Hashmi ruled.… Continue Reading...

Steroid-using man given hours to live after ‘cooking his insides’ with diet pills

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A father-of-one who wanted a perfect ‘beach body’ was given hours to live after he overdosed on controversial diet pills – which “cooked” his body from the inside, says The Sun.

Lewis Brown, 25, started going to the gym to get fit but quickly became obsessed with working out and started taking steroids to gain a 95kg frame.… Continue Reading...

Oli Cooney: Gym-obsessed bodybuilder, 20, had strokes and a fatal heart attack after abusing steroids

Oli did stop taking steroids after his first heart attack but the damage to his body had already been done and he died aged 20 after a second heart attack

Oli did stop taking steroids after his first heart attack but the damage to his body had already been done and he died aged 20 after a second heart attack

A grieving mother has said she never expected her son’s quest to have the perfect body would end in his death.Continue Reading...

Byron Maczynski: Bethel Vice Mayor’s Heart Stops After Consuming Energy Drinks

Byron and his Dad

The Saturday after Thanksgiving, Bethel Vice Mayor Byron Maczynski went to work at his dad’s auto shop. The next thing he remembers is waking up in the back of an ambulance. He says his heart stopped, and he slammed his head against the shop’s concrete floor during the fall.… Continue Reading...

Dean Wharmby: BODYBUILDER DIES FROM LIVER CANCER AFTER CONSUMING 8 ENERGY DRINKS DAILY

Cancer After Consuming 8 Energy Drinks Daily

Energy drinks containing extremely high levels of caffeine are often used by bodybuilders trying to energize for extended workouts and others who seek an energy boost. However, these drinks pose a great risk to the heart and other body systems, according to the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions. Severe dehydration, increased heart rate or palpitations, anxiety, insomnia, stroke, heart attack and even sudden death in some people with pre-existing health conditions have been reported.… Continue Reading...

Heidi Krieger: A Body Changed Forever by Steroids

Andreas Krieger in 2009, after changing his sex in the 1990s.

COLORADO SPRINGS — Heidi Krieger did not ask questions when her coaches added a regimen of blue pills to the handful of vitamins she was already taking every day.

Krieger did not object that her daily workouts were nothing more than extended weight-lifting sessions with no true practice in the techniques of shot put.… Continue Reading...

Single Dennis Dx: A story of steroid addiction

My steroid addiction story

I used to be a project manager for a charity called the Project it was to build self esteem in young people especially BME groups, which is ironic as I started taking illegal substances to make myself feel and look better.

I began taking steroids in 2002 when I was 19, my gym partner was taking them and he was getting bigger and I wanted to be as stacked as him.… Continue Reading...