Pre-Workout Supplements may Harm and sometimes they Kill!
I've written many articles lately about healthy young men and women dying from heart complications following the mRNA jab. Two speculative reasons why these serious ailments may be mostly male-related are:
Young men tend to engage in more intense exercise, including straining under very heavy weights, thus placing more pressure on the heart.
More than women, we can assume that young men are consumers of pre-workout supplements and the use of anabolic steroids for performance enhancement. These all have the potential to damage the cardiovascular system and the heart, including the nervous system which regulates function.
This article is about pre-workout supplements.
Preworkout supplements have killed several healthy young men while working out in New Zealand gyms. In addition, these supplements have harmed many. I have written several warnings about these "health supplements" in the past; however, their popularity is still growing among young men.
I'm reproducing an email I received from a young man several years ago:
"I am a 16-year-old male suffering from adrenal fatigue.
About two months ago, something happened. For a long time, I worked out excessively in the gym and used a very high-caffeine drink before my workouts. As a result, I only rested one day a week, and I usually spent that day studying or doing other activities.
I felt great until that one week when suddenly my energy wasn't quite as high as usual. I ignored my tiredness, drank my high-caffeine drink, and worked out anyway. Then I started noticing my confidence going down for no reason. By the end of that week, I was tired and didn't have my usual confidence. I ignored these symptoms and worked out with my high-caffeine drink anyway. Then one day after my workout, something happened. I came home and had a HUGE "down" I was suddenly depressed and was struck by anxiety, AND I was so tired. I also felt weak in my knees, wrists and hands. Ever since that day, it has not gone away. I sleep over ten hours, yet I'm tired when I wake up.
Now I am noticing other symptoms like blue/black under my eyes, lines on my fingers, and I have lost the lust for life and being happy. (also, sex drive, for that matter). I also did the pupil test with the flashlight, and my pupils seemed to struggle to keep attracting.
My doctor didn't see anything wrong when he saw the urinal- and blood test, but I knew there was something wrong with my body.
I am thinking about buying the Dr Wilson adrenal fatigue Quarter Pack. I am unsure if the only thing is if there is an age restriction. I am only 16, but I really need to recover from this. My main concern is that this adrenal fatigue will mess up my whole puberty and maturing process because the adrenals are responsible for 40% of the hormones.
(Quoted with permission)