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Thread: AAs decrease memory?

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    AAs decrease memory?

    It appears that AAS causes acute changes in the brain that would decrease memory performance.
    I personally have used them on and off for years and I think while at 1g doses, I feel my cognitive performance declines. However, while off cycle things seem to go back to normal. In my own experience this would appear to be reversible.

    Does anyone else have this same experience?

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    I personally have never had that problem but I also donít use 1 gram doses. Maybe the moderators have more insight.

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    I don't use 1g doses either. The only AAS which has been studied and might cause issues in some is Tren

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    never have i had this happen whatsoever... ive had tren change my emotions and other compounds that have affected my aggression and mood to certain extents, but never my memory decreasing.. there are some cycles i WISH i could forget loll

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    this is a tough one to prove man

    you have to remember as you age your memory declines as it is.
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    It's the opposite for me i feel it increases my memory and cognitive skills.

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    Ive never abused the stuff before so I have never had any cognitive issues with it.

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    I don't feel like I've experienced cognitive issues per se, although 19-nor compounds tend to play with my emotions

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    I dont think theres any validity to this. If anything, AAS has seemed to improve my memory function and mental capacity as a whole

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