Rilevazione statistica della diffusione e della conoscenza di sostanze dopanti, integratori e dell' Exercise Addiction

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The benefits of physical exercise practice have been widely documented. However, the excessive use of physical activity can lead to the implementation of training compulsive pattern that can evolve into a real disease: the 'exercise addiction. Recent studies suggest the expansion of two phenomena: the amateur doping and the abuse of sports supplements. 686 tests were administered. Study participants were selected from among high school students, university students and people from sporting circles. 42.5% of respondents claimed to take substances to improve sports performance and therefore to take drugs. The 30.23% take supplements. A percentage between 35 and 88,35% say they do not know the proposte.Il substances 15, 8% of respondents are "at risk" of exercise addiction, 71.7% is classified as "symptomatic." E 'was finally investigated as a possible correlation could exist between the variables under consideration. The X2 test statistic shows that there is no association, in other words there seems no relation between the risk of dependence on 'exercise and the intake of substances. The analysis of the data collected suggests instead that there is an expansion of doping in amateur environment and that there is a reckless and incongruous taking sports supplements. This research suggests that it is necessary to take immediate action both at the information level of prevention, in which the pharmacist are given a prominent role. 7% is classified as "symptomatic." E 'was finally investigated as a possible correlation could exist between the variables under consideration. The X2 test statistic shows that there is no association, in other words there seems no relation between the risk of dependence on 'exercise and the intake of substances. The analysis of the data collected suggests instead that there is an expansion of doping in amateur environment and that there is a reckless and incongruous taking sports supplements. This research suggests that it is necessary to take immediate action both at the information level of prevention, in which the pharmacist are given a prominent role. 7% is classified as "symptomatic." E 'was finally investigated as a possible correlation could exist between the variables under consideration. The X2 test statistic shows that there is no association, in other words there seems no relation between the risk of dependence on 'exercise and the intake of substances. The analysis of the data collected suggests instead that there is an expansion of doping in amateur environment and that there is a reckless and incongruous taking sports supplements. This research suggests that it is necessary to take immediate action both at the information level of prevention, in which the pharmacist are given a prominent role. The X2 test statistic shows that there is no association, in other words there seems no relation between the risk of dependence on 'exercise and the intake of substances. The analysis of the data collected suggests instead that there is an expansion of doping in amateur environment and that there is a reckless and incongruous taking sports supplements. This research suggests that it is necessary to take immediate action both at the information level of prevention, in which the pharmacist are given a prominent role. The X2 test statistic shows that there is no association, in other words there seems no relation between the risk of dependence on 'exercise and the intake of substances. The analysis of the data collected suggests instead that there is an expansion of doping in amateur e
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)53-65
Number of pages13
JournalITALIAN JOURNAL ON ADDICTION
Volume4
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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