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PED's have been used for a very long time, dating back to more than two-thousand years ago
Athlete's in today's world are risking anything to be number 1, blinding them from the horrible things that can happen to them in the long run
Drug use and abuse in sports
Performance-enhancing drugs (PED's) are used by many athletes to make them the best at what they do
PED's have their benefits, but the negatives have direct side effects, terrible long term effects, and all of them can be fatal
By: Franc Mehmeti
Some of the effects from taking PED's consist of depression, poor mental health, and alcohol abuse
If PED's are used even a little more wisely with regulation, and not over used, they would not be as dangerous as they are now.
The stakes of the drugs that are present today are higher than the drugs that were mad back then because of technological and chemical advances
The option of resort to PED's in order to enhance performances can also come from the adolescent mind of a young athlete.
Brain is not ready
The popularity of PED's has been growing ever since, and it does not look like it is going to stop anytime soon
PED's improve your abilities all around in general. Strength, endurance, durability, etc.
PED's have been banned from many sports for multiple reasons. Some organizations try to eliminate competitor advantage resulting in unfair wins, and others try to stop the drug use for athletes health
PED's have been looked at from different perspectives. Some look at them as an innovation in sports, and others look at them unnecessary drugs that should be taken away completely
Athletes literally risk their lives to be number 1, but at the end of the day, life might be better to have than first place in a competition.
If something was done about drug use in order to regulate this ever growing problem, health in athletes would overall increase. If one lesson in early middle school was given to all students, kids might think twice about which path they take in the athletic community.