International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part I
Affect of drugs on individual and athlete in sports
AUTHOR(S): Daksh Sharma
Performance-enhancing drugs have continued to evolve, with “advances” in doping strategies driven by improved drug testing detection methods and advances in scientific research that can lead to the discovery and use of substances that may later be banned. Many sports organizations have come to ban the use of performance-enhancing drugs and have very strict consequences for people caught using them. There is variable evidence for the performance-enhancing effects and side effects of the various substances that are used for doping. Drug abuse in athletes should be addressed with preventive measures, education, motivational interviewing, and, when indicated, pharmacologic interventions. When you are very active - during sport for example, your body adapts to provide you with the support you need, such as increasing the rate your heart pumps blood and supplies oxygen to your muscles. Your brain works to maintain body temperature, coordinate your movement, and make sure you are alert. Your body is designed to coordinate itself to allow you to perform at your best. Mixing drugs and sport can disrupt your game in many ways.
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Daksh Sharma. Affect of drugs on individual and athlete in sports. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(1):493-495.