Athletes and drug use book

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athletes and drug use book

Doping and Drugs in Sport - The Spinney Press

In , seven-time Tour de France winner, Lance Armstrong, a respected, loved, and inspiring elite cyclist, admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs throughout his sporting career. Why would a man who was believed to have had an amazing talent that was admired around the world, cheat the system? What would drive someone with so much sporting ability and media spotlight, to use a banned substance in order to outperform his competitors? This situation displayed the toxic extent to which athletes will go to, to be successful. The growing trend and culture of doping is one of the most significant problems facing elite sports today.
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Drug abuse occurs in all sports and at most levels of competition. Athletic life may lead to drug abuse for a number of reasons, including for performance enhancement, to self-treat otherwise untreated mental illness, and to deal with stressors, such as pressure to perform, injuries, physical pain, and retirement from sport. This review examines the history of doping in athletes, the effects of different classes of substances used for doping, side effects of doping, the role of anti-doping organizations, and treatment of affected athletes. Doping goes back to ancient times, prior to the development of organized sports. Many sports organizations have come to ban the use of performance-enhancing drugs and have very strict consequences for people caught using them.

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  1. Summer B. says:

    Treatment for Athletes

  2. Jana A. says:

    Athletes are no less immune to drug abuse and addiction than anyone else, and their risks may be heightened by the intense pressure to perform. Athletes may be driven to use drugs to enhance their athletic performance, cope with the stress of high-pressure situations such as playoffs or finals, manage sports-related pain, recover more quickly from or simply cover up injuries, or even to self-treat mental health issues. Some may also turn to drugs for emotional relief after having to retire, which may happen sooner than expected due to injury. For many people, participating in sports can be incredibly positive—benefitting the mind and body in numerous ways. People who are athletically gifted can use their physical talents to gain success, recognition, riches, and fame. ☝

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    Research has shown stimulants to improve endurance, increase anaerobic perfo. Do inhaled beta 2 -agonists have an ergogenic potential in non-asthmatic competitive athletes. Hormonal doping and androgenization of athletes: a secret program of the Athlwtes Democratic Republic. Many sports organizations have come to ban the use of performance-enhancing drugs and have very strict consequences for people caught using them.

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