IJFANS International Journal of Food and Nutritional Sciences

ISSN PRINT 2319 1775 Online 2320-7876

Types of Doping and Its Side Effects on Athletes: An Overview

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Mr. Vishal Rajendra Honmane


Doping is a serious problem in sport physiology nowadays on an international scale. The moral and ethical principles of mankind that affect the fair competition of sports are also taken into consideration. Worldwide sporting events are being directly impacted by this. Blood doping is the use of particular substances improperly to raise red blood cell mass, which enables the body to carry more oxygen to muscles and boosts performance and stamina of a player or individual. Blood doping has been linked to a long range of harmful harmful effects, including blood viscosity increases, myocardial infarctions, emboli, strokes, infections, allergic reactions, and an increased risk of blood-borne illnesses like HIV and hepatitis, among others. Local legislation may contradict with anti-doping policies implemented by various athletic governing bodies. These authority & government legislation don't correlate in this way. Nowadays, players use a variety of methods and medicines, making it difficult for professionals to identify them and win the battle against doping. However, it is our duty to combat them, using the most recent information and developments

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