roid rage


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roid rage

(rɔɪd)
n
informal angry and aggressive behaviour caused by the use of anabolic steroids
[C21: from steroid, on the pattern of road rage]
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A Ronaldo fan stomps and postures like he's got roid rage. A Ronaldo fan likes Bond.
Emotional ones can include aggressive and violent behaviour, also know as "roid rage", sleeping problems and mood swings.
ACTOR Charlie Sheen admitted to suffering "roid rage" after taking steroids to prepare for his role in baseball movie Major League.
THREE DECADES AFTER steroids began to proliferate through the gyms of the developed world, "roid rage" became the new reefer madness.
Misusing anabolic steroids can, in either sex, cause severe acne, mood swings, hallucinations and delusions and aggressive behaviour known as 'roid rage.
The authors distinguish five of these strategies as "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing," "Trojan Horse," "Spoof," "Fake Left," and "Roid Rage." (22)
"Aggression and anger - which is called roid rage - go hand in hand with this drug.
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Detectives are also investigating whether the famed Blade Runner sprint star was overcome with aggression, or 'roid rage', a side effect of the banned drugs, a British tabloid reported.
Cases of "'roid rage" have been documented all over the world.