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Thread: Tren effects on brain

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    Tren effects on brain

    I was having a casual convo with a buddy at the gym this morning, he brought up tren and how it increases chances for alzheimers and damages the brain over time. Am i out of the loop? ive never heard of this, i researched it earlier and founds some threads on it. I know it can cause health issues if mis used but alzheimers??

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    Yes I've heard of this. Everything in moderation bro. If you're going all crazy with the dosages all year long but a cycle here and there I wouldn't worry too much about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    Yes I've heard of this. Everything in moderation bro. If you're going all crazy with the dosages all year long but a cycle here and there I wouldn't worry too much about it.
    oh bro not for me, im pretty much done with tren, i just like being educated and learning. I might try deca in the future, EQ, Tbol. Milder compounds that produce results but i can preserve my health. It will take a lot for me to run tren again, i enjoy sleep too much and not having crazy anxiety. I feel like you would see actual reports of people getting alzheimers if it were true...

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    I’ve read medical research pointing to the opposite (protects the brain), though the doses were less than some people run Tren at. If you are abusing it at levels higher than you should, like anything you’ll get side effects.

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    I wont try to speak on the sciences and sound like an idiot but ive read a few times that tren can actually change the chemical makeup in the brain and thats why all the Alzheimer etc talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samgraves82 View Post
    I wont try to speak on the sciences and sound like an idiot but ive read a few times that tren can actually change the chemical makeup in the brain and thats why all the Alzheimer etc talk.
    YouÂ’re right about that. It can change the balance of neurotransmitters in the brain. It can cause permanent increases of dopamine in the brain, which is kind of bad of everyone but people with naturally low levels like adhd adults.
    I have adhd pretty bad, and actually took it to test that theory. It worked, my dopamine levels are a little higher even after the tren wore off, which for me is great, but I can imagine for others those consequences can be very undesirable.
    Insufficient dopamine in the hippocampus has been linked to the bad memory found in AlzheimerÂ’s patients. Very high tren doses could result in massive downregulation of dopamine in otherwise normal brains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christmas View Post
    YouÂ’re right about that. It can change the balance of neurotransmitters in the brain. It can cause permanent increases of dopamine in the brain, which is kind of bad of everyone but people with naturally low levels like adhd adults.
    I have adhd pretty bad, and actually took it to test that theory. It worked, my dopamine levels are a little higher even after the tren wore off, which for me is great, but I can imagine for others those consequences can be very undesirable.
    Insufficient dopamine in the hippocampus has been linked to the bad memory found in AlzheimerÂ’s patients. Very high tren doses could result in massive downregulation of dopamine in otherwise normal brains.
    Interesting! Thanks for that. Well said i must say too.

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    ive read several instances on people commenting on it and studies about long term use, although i dont have them right in front of me to cite word for word and dont have the time right now to find them, i know that i have read multiple topics about this... granted this is with more long term use and higher dosing but its definitely a possibility and most people that have used tren know how it can effect your mind...




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    Yes, negatively affecting brain function is a side of tren. I've commented on it when talking about trens sides many times

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    Scary shit to say the least

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