Drug Project: Anabolic Steroids Anabolic Steroids real chemical name is anabolic-androgenic steroids or AAS is abbreviated. A few brand names that is has are Androsterone, Oxadrin, or Dianabol. The DEA have scheduled this drug as a type III drug. There are many slang terms for steroids. One for example is pumpers, it’s called that because it gets you all pumped.
Next, the consequences for using steroids are huge. Lastly (transition), many athletes that use steroids are better than their opponents, by cheating. Athletes that use steroids should have bigger consequences. First of all (transitions), reports show that athletes that use steroids have a number of health issues. According to www.drugabuse.gov , all steroid users could get liver damage, heart disease, changes in cholesterol, and weight loss.While (conjunctions) males will develop breast, have shrinking testicals,
Football player ignore the fact that it is just a headache. Hospitals took 150,000 in 2001 to 250,000 in 2009 dramatically increased because of concussions ("Injuries in..."). People participating in sports any sports besides football has about 50% of all concussions; players that do not participate in football also have a risk. However, people could fall or get hit you still can get concussion. People who have concussion or had more than one concussion
In “Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sports Fast Facts”, the article states, "Anabolic steroids are natural and synthetic substances that help build muscle mass, enabling athletes to train harder and recover quickly from strenuous workouts" (Performance Enhancing Drugs). This shows that steroids are used to speed up the process of becoming stronger. It is true that steroids speed up the process of becoming stronger, the result of using substances and drugs is that they will have a bad effect on a person’s body and a person’s mental health. Also steroids can hurt sports. According to some studies steroid use could lead to cancer, heart failure and even cardiovascular problems.
According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, tackling is associated with 67 percent of catastrophic injuries in football since 1977 (“Sports-related” 7). Tackling is one of the most dangerous actions in all of sports because it can lead to so many different types of injuries. Football was also one of the highest rated sports in head injuries, reported with 46,948 in 2009 (“Sports-related” 2). This shows that football is a very dangerous sport that needs to be regulated. During the last few decades, the concussion rate in the NFL has been rising.
Even though using performance enhancement drugs can give athletes benefits, but it can also cause harm and severe danger as well, therefore using drugs in sports should still be illegal. Competitors would prepare harder and try to meet their goals while some will attempt to cheat their way by utilizing enhanced medications to expand their capacities even beyond. The want to win is very affected in the idea of games, and a few competitors will do whatever it takes to ascend to the top. Over the most recent few years, numerous competitors in various games have been caught using performance enhancement drugs. At the point when a competitor tests positive to participate in sports, the competitor is either disqualified or suspended for the entire game.
“Concussions are potentially one of the most serious, yet the most difficult to diagnose injury in sports,” (Hossler A1). MIllions of high schoolers play football each year, yet, at most, 10 people die each year from the sport. Why do kids keep playing it then? Most of them like it because of the physical aspect, being able to hit other people and is also a good way to keep fit. They also get enjoyment out of it because it’s fun.
However, these injuries tend to occur less in the field which implies they mainly occur later outside the field. The American Journal of sports of Medicine has in fact reported that in almost a thousand High School footballs, four of them have had brain injuries. The research done therefore indicates that in every 1,000 games around four players were injured. The public has come to learn that most of these injuries occur in High Schools hence it’s surprising and shocking. Young boys suffer from concussions while trying to lift their organizations.
Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sports Performance Enhancing Drugs or PED’s have been around in sports for a few millenniums. PED’s are substances that help you perform to the best of your abilities in sports. These substances are always under scrutiny because of how they affect the human body and how they affect sports. PED’s have also been linked to deaths in some sports. In the past twenty years leagues and organizations have began testing athletes for the use of PED’s.
America is obsessed with sports and competition, and one sport that signifies America is football. Today many professional football players across the country suffer from a common injury which is a concussion. This injury can threaten an athletics career and most of all permanently injure the brain. Former retired NFL players now deal with short term memory loss, and depression because of this brain injury. The increased amount of concussions in athletics today calls for more education on diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of traumatic brain injury.
Goodell on several occasions has only punished players who take headshots, with fines ranging from $50,000 to $150,000 (according to ESPN), issued to multi-millionaire players, This policy gives no incentive for players to stop, for example player for the Miami Dolphins Matt Moore’s concussion. According to the NFL and NFL players association, the Dolphins medical staff did not follow proper protocol when handling Moore’s concussion. Moore was bleeding from the mouth after taking a hit to the head by a Pittsburgh steelers linebacker. Mouth bleeding is a major sign of a concussion, even after discovery