I personally never had to deal with PTSD, but I know many hard as nails and fearless men who have. Many of our men and women who've witnessed the terror and violence of war do suffer with PTSD. Many refuse to admit it, and do not seek help for fear of looking weak. Which imo anyone who's been on the two way firing range may be able to be called many things, but weak is not one of them.
In the experience of our vets here who have both had or have PTSD, and have cycled would you recommend aas, and if yes or no...why?
My question is an effort to hopefully help someone who has PTSD understand whether or not it's a good idea to run cycles with PTSD.