Even though there are many testosterone booster benefits, people often ask do testosterone boosters really work?. The biggest is that frequent users sometimes experience ''Roid rage'' Roid rage is a phrase used to describe the heightened aggression that comes with high levels of testosterone in the body. Many people who use it might experience a mild increase in aggressiveness. Many users, however, are able to use this energy beneficially by channeling the extra energy into activities like training harder in the gym or exercising more.
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