“Steroids,” Coates explains, “like most chemicals in your body, display what is called an inverted U-shaped response curve.” That is to say, when you have low levels of them you lack vitality, and do very poorly at mental and physical tasks. But as the levels rise you get sharper and more focused until you reach an optimum. The key thing is this, however: “If you keep winning, your testosterone level goes past that peak and sliding down the other side. You start doing stupid things. When that happens to animals, they go out in the open too much. They pick too many fights. They neglect parenting duties. And they patrol areas that are too large.” In short, they behave like traders on a roll; they get cocky.
*Editor’s Note: Felix Sater responded to WhoWhatWhy following publication of this article. He said that his father was not Ukrainian and was born in Moscow. He also stated that his father had never worked with or met Semion Mogilevich. Sater said that he had never done any work with the FBI pertaining to Russian organized crime and that he had not even heard of Mogilevich, the organized crime boss. His work with the FBI, he said, was strictly related to terrorism. In the meantime, the Wall Street Journal reported April 20 that in a financial dispute, Sater refers to his own former business partner at Bayrock as a member of organized crime from the states of the former Soviet Union, predicting embarrassment if that man’s relationship with Trump were to emerge publicly, and anticipating a headline: “The Kazakh Gangster and President Trump.”
This needs to be balanced against the downsides that accompany having to consume medication for an individual’s entire life. People, who are diagnosed earlier, will have to be on a regime of medications and have to undergo multiple injections in order to ensure that their blood sugar levels are measuring where they need to be. The drugs used to help control the condition, have a list of side effects of their own, which include sickness, indigestion, and the chances of blood sugar levels, dropping too low, which is known as a condition called hypoglycemia.