COMMONLY USED PERFORMANCE-ENHANCING SUBSTANCES IN SPORTS

Ömür Gülfirat

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Background/Objective: The aim of this review is to raise awareness among people about misuse or misuse of information about the most commonly used performance enhancing substances. Methods: In this study, the related literature was studied by using the screening model. Data were obtained from various articles and internet websites. Conclusion: Although the potential side effects of anabolic androgenic anabolic steroids are known, their unconscious use in different ways requires that this issue be considered as multidimensional. It is thought that societies will be more conscious with scientific studies about these powerful drugs by experts and sports performance coaches in this field. As a result, for any reason, human beings did not hesitate to use every method in order to look more aesthetically appealing and to strengthen physically and physiologically throughout history. It is important to explain to the people via scientific methods that they can reach their aims through natural methods and that most importantly is to stay healthy.

 

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anabolic steroid, sport performance, hormones

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