Interaction Between Alcohol and Exercise

@article{Elsayed2005InteractionBA,
  title={Interaction Between Alcohol and Exercise},
  author={M. S. El-sayed and Nagia S. Ali and Zeina Ali},
  journal={Sports Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={35},
  pages={257-269}
}
AbstractAlcohol use, particularly excessive alcohol consumption is one of the most serious health risks in the world. A relationship between sport, exercise and alcohol consumption is clear and long-standing. Alcohol continues to be the most frequently consumed drug among athletes and habitual exercisers and alcohol-related problems appear to be more common in these individuals. Alcohol use is directly linked to the rate of injury sustained in sport events and appears to evoke detrimental… Expand
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