How do steroids work?

How corticosteroids work:
 These are very similar to cortisol hormone, a hormone produced by the adrenal glands in the body. Cortisol is one of the body's own natural steroids. Cortisol is essential for life and healthy living. During stress, our body produces extra cortisol to keep us from getting very sick.
When taken in doses higher than the amount normally produced in your body, steroids reduce redness and inflammation. It can help with inflammatory conditions such as asthma and eczema.

Steroids also reduce the body's natural immune system activity against disease and infection. This may help it treat autoimmune conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus, which are caused by the immune system accidentally attacking the body.

How do work anabolic steroid?

Works by imitating the properties of naturally occurring hormones. It is capable of activating testosterone receptors because they have same chemical composition as a testosterone. Once the receptors are stimulated, metabolic reactions have a far-reaching effect as the drug directs the body to increase the production of muscle tissue.
Anabolic steroids are usually taken for a period of 6 to 12 weeks. After this, a break of the same length is taken to stop the muscle cells from growing over a long period. This is known as "cycling".
Various anabolic steroids are often mixed together in a process known as "stacking". This is done to increase muscle mass, make them fat-free, and achieve a good muscle shape (known as "cutting").

Steroids benefits:
Steroids have different benefits if they are used in the right amount and correctly. Here the benefits of both types of steroids are explained.

Benefits of corticosteroids: 
 Corticosteroids reduce inflammation and affect the immune system.
Steroids can help treat inflammatory conditions such as asthma and eczema.
It may help treat autoimmune conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune hepatitis or systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).
Often, people worry about taking corticosteroids ("steroids"). Please discuss concerns about steroid use with your health care provider thoroughly.

Tell your health care provider about all the medications and herbal supplements you are currently taking to ensure that they do not react to the steroids you take. It is very important to follow your healthcare provider's instructions while taking steroids.

Benefits of anabolic steroids:
 The following effects are claimed by people using AAS -
Increases muscle mass and strength without fat.
Hunger, energy and motivation increase.
According to him, the confidence of the taker also increases.
AAS drugs affect people in different ways and with varying levels of intensity. However, adverse effects are greatly aggravated by prolonged use of drugs. In such a situation there are more disadvantages than advantages.

When people take multiple AAS drugs simultaneously, that is, "stacking" increases the risk and harm associated with its use. AAs are generally not prescribed as a treatment.

Side effects of steroid:

Corticosteroids side effects:
 The unwanted side effects of corticosteroids depend on both its dose and duration of treatment. There are not many side effects if steroids are taken for short duration or in low doses.
But sometimes they can cause minor side effects, such as increased appetite, mood changes and difficulty sleeping. These are the most common effects that occur with steroid pills.
Once you finish treatment the side effects will usually cease, but do not stop taking your medicine without talking to your doctor. Because it can cause some other side effects.

Anabolic steroid side effect:
Adverse effects of anabolic steroid (AAS) use are the product, the user's age and gender, how much use and for how long? Depend on it.

Taking anabolic steroids in legally prescribed normal doses can have the following side effects –
Acne can occur.
Fluid retention (fluid retention) may cause discomfort.
There may be pain or discomfort while urinating.
Enlargement of male breasts, known as gynecomastia.
The number of red blood cells may increase more.
"Good" HDL cholesterol levels can decrease and "bad" LDL cholesterol levels can rise.
A sudden increase in hair growth or hair loss may begin.
Decreased sperm count and infertility can also occur.
There may be a change in libido.