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What are the 2 different recreational drugs?

Smoking (nicotine) and Alcohol

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Can you list 3 different ways that smoking impact on your health?

Adictive, risk of CHD, high blood pressure, cancer and damages the respiratory system.

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Can you list 2 different ways that alcohol impacts on your health?

Risk of dehydration and liver damage.

4

What are the 6 different performance enhancing drugs?

Anabolic Steroids, Beta Blockers, Diuretics, Narcotic Analgesics, Stimulants and Peptide Hormones (EPO/HGH).

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Why would sporting performers take anabolic steroids?

They develop muscle mass and speed up recovery time.

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Why would sporting performers take beta blockers?

They control the heart rate and steady the body.

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Why would sporting performers take diuretics?

They reduce body weight by removing water out of the body.

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Why would sporting performers take narcotic analgesics?

They are strong painkillers and therefore mask pain.

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Why would sporting performers take stimulants?

They promote alertness.

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Why would sporting performers take EPO?

They increase red blood cell production and therefore increase oxygen delivery to the working muscles.

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Which drug may reduce heart rate to a dangerous level?

Beta Blockers

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What are the side effects of taking anabolic steroids?

Liver damage, CHD, infertility, skin problems and aggression.

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Dehydration, nausea and kidney failure are the side effects of which drug?

Diuretics

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What are the side effects of narcotic analgesics?

Nausea, anxiety, depression, kidney and liver damage, concentration loss and further damage to injury.

15

Which drug may cause insomnia?

Stimulants

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What are the side effects of EPO?

Increased thickness of the blood, blood clots, strokes, deep vein thrombosis and increased risk of heart attack.

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Which sports may use anabolic steroids to gain an advantage?

Weightlifters or 100m Sprinters

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Archers are likely to use which drug to gain an advantage?

Beta Blockers

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Which sports may use diuretics to gain an advantage?

Jockeys and Boxers

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Someone who is injured is likely to use which drug to allow them to perform?

Narcotic Analgesics

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Which sports may use stimulants to gain an advantage?

Rugby players and Boxers

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Which sports may use EPO to gain an advantage?

Endurance events e.g Cycling

23

Can you list the 4 negative effects that alcohol may have on performance?

Slower reactions, weight gain, loss of coordination and loss of concentration.

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Can you list the 2 negative effects that smoking may have on performance?

Breathlessnes and reduction of oxygen carying capacity.

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What are the 5 different ways to prevent injury in physical activity?

1. Warm-up 2. Check equipment and facilities 3. PAR-Q 4. Balanced Competition 5. Complying with the rules of the game

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Can you name 3 pieces of protective clothing you may come across in sport?

Shin Pads, Helmets, Body Armour, Gum Shields, Boots with studs, Spikes