A retrospective 30-year follow-up study of former Swedish-elite male athletes in power sports with a past anabolic androgenic steroids use: a focus on mental health.

@article{Lindqvist2013AR3,
  title={A retrospective 30-year follow-up study of former Swedish-elite male athletes in power sports with a past anabolic androgenic steroids use: a focus on mental health.},
  author={A S Lindqvist and T Moberg and Barbro Eriksson and C Ehrnborg and Tony Rosen and Claudia Fahlke},
  journal={British journal of sports medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={47 15},
  pages={965-9}
}
BACKGROUND The knowledge concerning the long-term effect of former anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS)-use on mental health is sparse. AIM This study aims to investigate whether previous AAS-use affects mental health, present sociodemographic data, sport activity and substance abuse in a retrospective 30-year follow-up study of former elite athletes. METHODS Swedish male-elite power sport athletes (n=683) on the top 10 national ranking lists during any of the years 1960-1979 in wrestling… CONTINUE READING
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