pain relievers include many footballers seem to everyday life - also in the district of Miesbach. Marcus Huber and other footballers reports.
County – It is the 75 runs. Minute between the second teams of the TSV Weyarn and SC RW Bad Tölz. Marcus Huber hits on this 31. May 2018 to 6:1 for Weyarn, his Team, for he is as a player-coach to his physical limits. It is his third goal. Shortly after the hat-Trick, Huber gets hard to breathe and change. He lays down on the tartan track, takes a shower and feels better. But a little later of the heart attack with full force, stabbing him in the chest. "I thought within five seconds, to me the Mangfall river runs through the face," says the now 45-Year-old about his sweat.
ambulance get to Huber, as the heart rate measuring device a high-pitched, continuous whistling sound emits. He closes his eyes. This afternoon his body for the "year of overharvesting, avenged," as Huber calls it, he has done during his career his body. Over ten years, Huber took before each warm up a 400 milligram Ibuprofen tablet and before the game, then another in addition. Torn ligaments, tendonitis in the foot and the hip, not the left, that he was able to pursue the Hobby he loves so much without severe pain.
to research by the ARD-doping editorial and research network Correctiv show that taking pain killers belongs in the football to everyday life. 1142 footballers took part in a short survey about your use of Pain killers, just under half (47 percent), to take several times per season, painkillers, and more than one in five (21 per cent) even once per month or more often. The the cycle a researcher and sports physician Hans-Georg Predel of the German sport University Cologne confirmed. "We know from experience that there is a relatively high consumption," he says.
Further, the footballer from the Region to share their experiences with you
And also in the district of Miesbach many of the players regularly take painkillers. For example, Vincent Lechner, player-coach at SV Waakirchen, the cracks in his pain, after several tapes is stunned, sometimes over weeks, with 600 mg of Ibuprofen. Or Luke Krepek, captain of the district League team of the TuS Holzkirchen II, the takes, according to its own estimate, five to seven Times per season, Ibuprofen or Paracetamol to. Since Benedict Holzner who was a entire circle of the League season, the goal of the SG Hausham only with 400 to 600 Milligrams of Ibuprofen in me, beware.
Two studies from Denmark show a significant Association between the use of so-called non-steroidal painkillers such as Ibuprofen, Diclofenac, Paracetamol or Asa and heart disease. Accordingly, the risk of a heart attack 30 days after Ibuprofen intake to 30 percent higher, in the case of Diclofenac, the probability is 50 percent larger. "Among the consequences of long-term Pain medication in the Sport it is, unfortunately, hardly any reliable data," says sports physician Predel. In addition, pain relievers can cause damage to the stomach, liver or kidneys.
relation between pain relievers and heart attack possible
Marcus Huber was examined by Doctors, there is no direct connection between his heart attack and the regular Ibuprofen intake. Huber was biased, had as its area Manager for Baden-Württemberg in the field professionally, constant deadline pressure, and sat frequently for a long time in the car. Added to this were cigarettes and alcohol. The studies from Denmark suggest at least that there is a connection between the use of Pain killers and Huber's heart to a standstill.
non-steroid painkillers don't apply in the sports practice as a Doping. "A direct effect in the sense of a physiological increase in performance is not scientifically proven," says Hans-Georg Predel. "However, pain can be reduced barriers to the performance." Olivier Rabin, scientific Director of the world Anti-Doping Agency says in the ARD documentary "classified Doping –get it on the pill!" to the health risk of the over-the-counter pain relievers: "These funds will be used in our societies. And when they are used according to the Instructions of the manufacturer, in the prescribed dosage and frequency, it is not regarded as risky means.“
analgesic consumption: risk unknown
to be But why are footballers – but also football to go inside such a large health risk to on the court? Firstly, because they are the consequences of not aware of. "I've never dealt with the risks and side effects only by the documentation in the ARD perceived" to the wood Kirchner Krepek. On the other hand, the players want to be part of their team on the court. "I know a lot of people to understand the judging," says Huber, "but when one loves sports, since the society it wants to be, then you risks, which you are not aware of."
Marcus, Huber was on this 31. May two years ago, several times, resuscitated and survived. "I don't know if it was massive luck, or fate," he says. Today, he has recovered and plays with his son on the football ground a small Ball back and forth. 16 days after his heart had stopped for a short time, it was Marcus Huber father for the first Time.Date Of Update: 20 June 2020, 05:33