All articles tagged "exercise induced asthma"

Respiratory disorders in endurance athletes

Open Access article published in the Journal of Sports Medicine April 2nd 2014. STUDY: Respiratory disorders in endurance athletes – how much do they really have to endure? Abstract: “Respiratory disorders are often a cause of morbidity in top level endurance athletes, more often compromising their performance and rarely being a cause of death… Both

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TUEs in endurance athletes such as swimming

TUEs, asthma and athletes

Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs) allow an athlete to take medication on WADA’s Prohibited List when competing. TUEs in the news TUEs have become a hot topic as a result of the cyber attack leaking WADA data on 29 athletes. It was just after the Rio Olympics. Selected athletes’ medical records are being hacked into by a group from

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Brentford and Republic of Ireland midfielder suffers EIA

POWERbreathe Inspiratory Muscle Training (IMT) could help Brentford and Republic of Ireland midfielder Alan Judge who’s recently been reprimanded by the Football Association after breaching doping regulations for consuming higher levels of his asthma medication than is permitted. Judge is one of many sports people that suffer with exercise-induced asthma (EIA) and uses an inhaler.

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