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    Cypionate reacted to TERBO in Who’s the biggest bloke on the forum these days   
    @Dannylets 
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    Cypionate got a reaction from anna1 in Keep being sick   
    Pregnant
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    Cypionate got a reaction from Iron Horse in Very weird loss of strength in chest   
    Could be a trapped nerve, but pins and needles down left arm could be your heart, I'd at least get an ECG
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    Cypionate got a reaction from anna1 in Anna’s log the sequel lol   
    You got a license for that thing?
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    Cypionate reacted to Crackerman in Weak from e2?   
    Probably all the blood you're losing from injections.... 
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    Cypionate reacted to gavzilla in Deca 400 mg anxiety   
    Cheers mate for your information there. I know about head buzzes I hate them. Went to a festival last year and took me days  to recover 
    Benzos are strange things im glad I realised when I did. I’ve noticed I’m realising lots of mistakes I’ve made. Good comfort blankets they are but if you stay too long on them you will regret as we both know. 
     
    I’ve been depressed most of the day but I think that’s because of mostly the deca. Been thinking deep about my problems and the ex is on my mind.  Funny enough I remember feeling the same about another girl I was with when I was on high  dosage of testosterone. I think my eostrogen is out and hormonal imbalance. I’m not sleeping too good either which must be because of the discontinuation of the Xanax. 
     
    im fighting the deca, withdrawals from Xanax and my crazy narcissist girlfriend. Too many battles ?
    i appreciate your information I feel much better knowing what is dangerous levels.  Thanks ? 
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    Cypionate got a reaction from gavzilla in Deca 400 mg anxiety   
    haha cheers, yea me too
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    Cypionate reacted to AestheticManlet in Deca 400 mg anxiety   
    Lol you had it bad mate. Glad you're over it though buddy.
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    Cypionate got a reaction from gavzilla in Deca 400 mg anxiety   
    Some people get on fine with SSRIs, I don't, they give me those brain-zaps when I move my eyes left and right and make me feel awful
    Yea benzos are an easy trap to fall into, the way you feel on them is perfectly normal to you, just better, but to everyone else you're off your face, and the memory blanks you get means you re-dose without remembering, so that 4mg you think you took each day could easily have been more, and then the problem with tolerance, personally I build up a tolerance really fast on them so to get the same buzz I got with 2mg yesterday I need 6mg today etc, which was how I ended up taking so many by the end
    Sounds like you've caught it in time though mate, just a waiting game for everything to return to normal levels now and you should be golden
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    Cypionate got a reaction from alphafit in Sex with 18 year old girls??   
    Yea it's like that joke, "What's the best thing about having sex with twenty-three year olds?"  - There's 20 of them
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    Cypionate got a reaction from alphafit in Sex with 18 year old girls??   
    Yea it's like that joke, "What's the best thing about having sex with twenty-three year olds?"  - There's 20 of them
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    Cypionate reacted to gavzilla in Deca 400 mg anxiety   
    Jesus mate you went right over board with all that ?? my friend was trying to warn me but I took no notice of him probably on 2 mg freaking really confident thinking I knew it all but I had no idea you get withdrawals. Once I realised something was up I started to read up and found out it’s worse than heroin and that’s when my anxiety went through the roof. I couldn’t believe I had been so stupid taking these things without knowing the consequences. However I def believe that deca has amplified these feelings I have inside me regarding my problems as well. 
     
    Citralopram is a anti depressants SSRIs but not sure if I should take them. My brother uses them and says it takes the edge off. I’m just not sure if I should take them as I use trt and not so keen on another medication. I mean before this cycle with deca I was fine then I got involved with a woman that loves mind games and sex then I started to take Xanax. To be honest I think I started using Xanax so I wouldn’t think about her mind games lol’! but when Christmas come up I used them to help me relax and forget my all problems. 
     
    well thanks for sharing your experience, I know I’m not the only one and you have set the bench mark. I think another 4-6 days I think I would of removed the Xanax anxiety and I’ll be left with the deca anxiety.  I’m still using 600 mg testosterone which usually leaves me with jelous feeling with women and I’ve got another 5 weeks maybe another 9 weeks but just see  how I feel. I’ve been eating poorly due to anxiety.
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    Cypionate reacted to Frandeman in Going back after phew jabs   
    Natty Stevo dat you?? 
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    Cypionate reacted to anna1 in Going back after phew jabs   
    Its too fu**ing late , sorry to inform you
    you’re already a mutant x 
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    Cypionate got a reaction from anna1 in Anna’s log the sequel lol   
    You got a license for that thing?
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    Cypionate got a reaction from gavzilla in Deca 400 mg anxiety   
    Why is it always ex's and other women with these things? I did the exact same thing suddenly having mega strong feelings for an ex I was only with for a few months over 10 years ago, for no reason felt like we'd just broken up and I could think of nothing else all day, was even giving me that pain in the stomach you get when you miss someone
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    Cypionate got a reaction from gavzilla in Deca 400 mg anxiety   
    I've been there with xanax (Ask @AestheticManlet ) I was so bad I ended up sectioned twice during withdrawal, once the delusions and hallucinations had passed I was left with the worst anxiety I've ever faced, I don't know how much you were taking or for how long, but the worst of it after stopping lasted approx. 2 months, no sh*t, one of the worst drugs I've ever had the misfortune of having to cold turkey from, in the end I had to get a script of ADs / anti-anxiety meds off the doc called Mirtazapine which I still take today, they didn't really do much but took the edge off and help me sleep
    My guess is combined with deca you could be in for a bit of a rough ride for a few weeks, but stick it out, take whatever you need to keep it at bay, my best advice is no matter what do no take any more xanax, fkin drug of the devil that sh*t
    Good luck mate, it's a sh*tstorm to get through but speaking from the other side it does end eventually
    EDIT - Just seen 2-4mg for 3 weeks, so shouldn't be as bad as I've made out, I was eating 2.5mg x 50 or more per day for weeks
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    Cypionate got a reaction from G-man99 in How the hell do i suppose to find the exact ventrogluteal muscle   
    Shout loudly "You're mine bitches"
    Or change the word to "open"
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    Cypionate got a reaction from G-man99 in How the hell do i suppose to find the exact ventrogluteal muscle   
    Shout loudly "You're mine bitches"
    Or change the word to "open"
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    Cypionate got a reaction from Sasnak in The difference between natural and enhanced   
    Massive difference, IF the person using gear eats properly, trains properly and sleeps properly
    I know lads who jab more than me but don't eat or train and are about 9st wet
    Good or bad genetics if you do everything right, with gear you'll get a lot bigger than without, if you don't then gear's not gonna do sh*t
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    Cypionate got a reaction from Sasnak in Blue Light Reduces Blood Pressure, Just as Effectively as Medication – UK Study   
    An exciting new study says that exposure to blue light is an effective, non-pharmaceutical treatment for high blood pressure, which simultaneously reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
    During this study, which was published in the European Journal of Preventative Cardiology, participants were exposed to 30 minutes of whole-body blue light at approximately 450 nanometers – a dose comparable to daily sunlight – followed by exposure to a control light on a different day.
    Visible blue light, as opposed to ultraviolet (UV) light, is not carcinogenic. To assess the impact, participants’ blood pressure, stiffness of arteries, blood vessel dilation, and blood plasma levels of nitric oxide stores were measured—before, during, and up to two hours after irradiation with both lights.
      The researchers who conducted the study from the University of Surrey and Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf discovered that exposure to whole-body blue light significantly reduced the systolic blood pressure of participants by almost 8 mmHg, compared to the control light which had no impact.
     
    What’s even more remarkable is that the reduction of blood pressure from blue light is similar to what is seen in clinical trials with blood pressure lowering drugs.
    Besides the blood pressure lowering effects, it was also uncovered that exposure to blue light improved other cardiovascular risk markers, including reduction of arterial stiffness and increasing blood vessel relaxation. This further supports the notion that light could aid in preventing cardiovascular disease, which kills over 150,000 people in the UK alone every year.
    Researchers also found that exposure to blue light increased levels of nitric oxide which is an important signaling molecule that protects the cardiovascular system. It is believed that blue light releases it from the skin into the blood stream where it relaxes the blood vessels, increasing blood flow and decreasing blood pressure.
     
    Christian Heiss, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Surrey and NHS consultant, said: “Exposure to blue light provides an innovative method to precisely control blood pressure without drugs. Wearable blue light sources could make continued exposure to light possible and practical. This would be particularly helpful to those whose blood pressure is not easily controlled by medication, such as older people.”
    This is not the first time that blue light has been revealed to have a positive impact on people’s health. Because blue lighting has been linked to improving mood, dozens of Japanese train stations have installed blue lighting as a means of reducing their suicide rates. Over the course of 10 years, the suicide rate at the stations plummeted by 84%.
     
     
    https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/blue-light-reduces-blood-pressure-just-as-effectively-as-medication-uk-study/
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    Cypionate reacted to G-man99 in How the hell do i suppose to find the exact ventrogluteal muscle   
    Mine are owning me this morning, squats DOMS kicking in again 
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    Cypionate got a reaction from G-man99 in How the hell do i suppose to find the exact ventrogluteal muscle   
    Shout loudly "You're mine bitches"
    Or change the word to "open"
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    Cypionate reacted to G-man99 in How the hell do i suppose to find the exact ventrogluteal muscle   

     
    FFS should of been open.......
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    Cypionate got a reaction from Sasnak in Blue Light Reduces Blood Pressure, Just as Effectively as Medication – UK Study   
    An exciting new study says that exposure to blue light is an effective, non-pharmaceutical treatment for high blood pressure, which simultaneously reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
    During this study, which was published in the European Journal of Preventative Cardiology, participants were exposed to 30 minutes of whole-body blue light at approximately 450 nanometers – a dose comparable to daily sunlight – followed by exposure to a control light on a different day.
    Visible blue light, as opposed to ultraviolet (UV) light, is not carcinogenic. To assess the impact, participants’ blood pressure, stiffness of arteries, blood vessel dilation, and blood plasma levels of nitric oxide stores were measured—before, during, and up to two hours after irradiation with both lights.
      The researchers who conducted the study from the University of Surrey and Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf discovered that exposure to whole-body blue light significantly reduced the systolic blood pressure of participants by almost 8 mmHg, compared to the control light which had no impact.
     
    What’s even more remarkable is that the reduction of blood pressure from blue light is similar to what is seen in clinical trials with blood pressure lowering drugs.
    Besides the blood pressure lowering effects, it was also uncovered that exposure to blue light improved other cardiovascular risk markers, including reduction of arterial stiffness and increasing blood vessel relaxation. This further supports the notion that light could aid in preventing cardiovascular disease, which kills over 150,000 people in the UK alone every year.
    Researchers also found that exposure to blue light increased levels of nitric oxide which is an important signaling molecule that protects the cardiovascular system. It is believed that blue light releases it from the skin into the blood stream where it relaxes the blood vessels, increasing blood flow and decreasing blood pressure.
     
    Christian Heiss, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Surrey and NHS consultant, said: “Exposure to blue light provides an innovative method to precisely control blood pressure without drugs. Wearable blue light sources could make continued exposure to light possible and practical. This would be particularly helpful to those whose blood pressure is not easily controlled by medication, such as older people.”
    This is not the first time that blue light has been revealed to have a positive impact on people’s health. Because blue lighting has been linked to improving mood, dozens of Japanese train stations have installed blue lighting as a means of reducing their suicide rates. Over the course of 10 years, the suicide rate at the stations plummeted by 84%.
     
     
    https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/blue-light-reduces-blood-pressure-just-as-effectively-as-medication-uk-study/
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