Doping, also at previous Olympics and other sporting events, doping is always played a role. Sooner or later it pops another sportsman or woman, who has used secret resources that could be better performance it delivers.It’s all done to make sure athletes. The International Olympic Committee, has also set up a World Anti-Doping Agency that monitors.
Doping at the OLYMPICS and other sporting events
The World Anti-Doping Agency shortened: WADA. The IOC and WADA, of course, working in close cooperation to prevent and detect doping. Because there are so many resources that can affect a person’s body is a list of banned substances drawn up on the basis of three categories:
- Banned substances
- Prohibited practices
- Products that are banned in certain circumstances
Category I, banned substances
This category is divided into groups:
- A. Stimulants
- B. Narcotic analgesics
- C. Anabolic agents
- D. Diuretics lighter fluid loss.
- E. peptide hormones, mimetics and analogues
- F. Agents with anti-estrogenic effects
- G. maskant
Group (A) doping and banned substances
A fall below any way of stimulating work, including caffeine. But an athlete can drink coffee, but may prove a tests which can be reached the allowable limit of caffeine after a few cups of coffee. And nose drops and cough medicines often contain ephedrine refreshing agent. Therefore, before the collectors will be accounted for as an athlete used such means.
Group B drugs or banned substances
Group B comprises funds seems to pain relievers. These may be simple, but also very heavy, such as morphine, heroin and methadone. Codeine has long been prohibited, it is now permitted again. Codeine, among other things, is prescribed by doctors to suppress tickling cough.
Group C drugs or banned substances
Group C includes the funds derived from the male hormone testosterone, and thereby increasing muscle mass. These are also used in the daily life of ordinary athletes who want to train an extremely broad chest and massive biceps at the gym in order to develop. These funds are used by professional athletes to power, endurance and martial arts.
Group D drugs or banned substances
Group D includes medications that you urinate more often. They are diuretics that you can quickly lose a few kilos in weight. The weight you lose is not fat, but struggled. Therefore, one must not confuse it with diuretics to lose weight. These agents are sometimes used by athletes who hope to get more chances to succeed in a lower weight class. It is actually a form of cheating. Other athletes will sometimes swallow diuretics because their muscles which are easier to see. Sometimes diuretics used in the hope that more difficult to detect other banned substances will be because the concentration of urinary is lower.
Group E doping and banned substances
Group E, peptides, hormones mimic the real body, so to speak, after which the male hormone testosterone and growth hormones. In addition, insulin and by what means the red blood cells increases, are prohibited.
Group F doping and banned substances
Group F, anti-estrogens swallowed by men who want to hide the fact that they have used steroids.Through the use of many steroids namely body reacts with female characteristics, namely, the production of extra female hormones to compensate for too much male hormones. Men who have used steroids than taking anti estrogens in the hope that the appearance of steroids use less noticeable.
Group G doping and banned substances
Group G includes all maskant swallowed to complicate dopingc0ontrole because illegal drugs more difficult to find his or masked, obscured or diluted by other means.
Many of the above funds take better health?? s note, which can also lead to death. Stimulants can empty athletes without them realizing it. The use of diuretics athletes can easily dry and overheats and muscle enhancers such as anabolic bring body so confused that a series is made from serious side effects, such as infertility, prostate cancer, impotence, psychological problems, high blood pressure, diabetes, liver diseases, and so on. The use of GH can cause heart disease, pulmonary embolism, cerebral infarction, thrombosis??
Category II, prohibited methods
- Prohibited practices include blood doping as a result, more red blood cells is present makes the athlete more oxygen to the muscles can transport and can perform better.
- With the grinding of the controllers, for example through someone else’s urinary or urinary who gathered at an earlier stage, for verification, which shall be distributed.
- Gene doping is also prohibited. There are no cases of celdoping is not yet known, but it is only a matter of time.
Category III miiddelen prohibited under certain circumstances
These include alcohol, marijuana, hashish and cannabis, and beta blockers. All these agents are sometimes used by athletes to relax or to slow the heart rate. In most cases, but they have a counterproductive effect.
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