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The Mental Health of Elite Athletes: A Narrative Systematic Review.
Rice SM, et al. Sports Med 2016 - Review. PMID 26896951 Free PMC article.
The findings suggested that elite athletes experience a broadly comparable risk of high-prevalence mental disorders (i.e. anxiety, depression) relative to the general population. ...CONCLUSION: The evidence base regarding the mental health and wellbeing of elite athletes is limited by a paucity of high-quality, systematic studies. ...
The findings suggested that elite athletes experience a broadly comparable risk of high-prevalence mental disorders (i.e. anxiety, de …
2016 update on eating disorders in athletes: A comprehensive narrative review with a focus on clinical assessment and management.
Joy E, et al. Br J Sports Med 2016 - Review. PMID 26782763
Eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, can have devastating effects on both the health and performance of athletes. Compared to non-athletes, both female and male athletes are at higher risk of developing an eating disorder. This is especially true for athletes participating in sports where low body weight or leanness confers a competitive advantage. ...
Eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, can have devastating effects on both the health and performance of athlet
Prevalence of Dietary Supplement Use by Athletes: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
Knapik JJ, et al. Sports Med 2016 - Review. PMID 26442916 Free PMC article.
STUDY SELECTION: Studies were selected if they were written in English, involved athletes, and provided a quantitative assessment of the proportion of athletes using specific DSs. ...CONCLUSION: It was difficult to generalize regarding DS use by athletes because of the lack of homogeneity among studies. Nonetheless, the data suggested that elite athletes used dietary supplements far more than their non-elite counterparts; use was similar for men and women with a few exceptions; use appeared to change little over time; and a larger proportion of athletes used DSs compared with the general US population. ...
STUDY SELECTION: Studies were selected if they were written in English, involved athletes, and provided a quantitative assessment of …
Sports-related injuries in athletes with disabilities.
Fagher K and Lexell J. Scand J Med Sci Sports 2014 - Review. PMID 24422719
The number of athletes with disabilities participating in organized sports and the popularity of the Paralympic Games is steadily increasing around the world. ...Lower extremity injuries were more common in walking athletes, whereas upper extremity injuries were more prevalent in wheelchair athletes. ...
The number of athletes with disabilities participating in organized sports and the popularity of the Paralympic Games is steadily inc …
Prevalence of low back pain among athletes: A systematic review.
Farahbakhsh F, et al. J Back Musculoskelet Rehabil 2018. PMID 29945342
BACKGROUND: The prevalence of low back pain (LBP) in athletes across a variety of time frames and sports is not known. OBJECTIVES: To systematically collate and appraise studies on the prevalence of LBP in athletes and stratify by point, one year and life-time prevalence. ...Furthermore, to adequately assess the prevalence rate, studies had to report the number of athletes with LBP as a percentage of the total number of athletes. ...
BACKGROUND: The prevalence of low back pain (LBP) in athletes across a variety of time frames and sports is not known. OBJECTIVES: To …
The Effect of Abnormal Vitamin D Levels in Athletes.
Sikora-Klak J, et al. Perm J 2018 - Review. PMID 30005732 Free PMC article.
Even among athletes, there is a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency, which may place competitors at risk of stress fractures, illness, and delayed muscle recovery. ...Future double-blinded studies of vitamin D supplementation in athletes are needed. We recommend treating athletes who have insufficient or deficient vitamin D levels....
Even among athletes, there is a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency, which may place competitors at risk of stress fractures, ill …
Determinants of anxiety in elite athletes: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Rice SM, et al. Br J Sports Med 2019. PMID 31097452 Free PMC article.
Athletes and non-athletes had no differences in anxiety profiles (d=-0.11, p=0.28). Pooled effect sizes, demonstrating moderate effects, were identified for (1) career dissatisfaction (d=0.45; higher anxiety in dissatisfied athletes), (2) gender (d=0.38; higher anxiety in female athletes), (3) age (d=-0.34; higher anxiety for younger athletes) and (4) musculoskeletal injury (d=0.31; higher anxiety for injured athletes). ...Clinicians should be aware of these general and athlete-specific determinants of anxiety among elite athletes....
Athletes and non-athletes had no differences in anxiety profiles (d=-0.11, p=0.28). Pooled effect sizes, demonstrating moderat
A Review of Factors Influencing Athletes' Food Choices.
Birkenhead KL and Slater G. Sports Med 2015 - Review. PMID 26243016
While factors that are important to general populations also apply to athletes, it seems likely, given the competitive demands of sport, that performance would be an important factor influencing food choice. It is unclear if athletes place the same degree of importance on these factors or how food choice is influenced by involvement in sport. ...
While factors that are important to general populations also apply to athletes, it seems likely, given the competitive demands of spo …
Sport-Related Concussion and Mental Health Outcomes in Elite Athletes: A Systematic Review.
Rice SM, et al. Sports Med 2018 - Review. PMID 29159546 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVE: The aim was to appraise the evidence base regarding the association between sport-related concussion and mental health outcomes in athletes competing at elite and professional levels. ...More research is required that considers a range of mental health outcomes in diverse samples of elite athletes/sports....
OBJECTIVE: The aim was to appraise the evidence base regarding the association between sport-related concussion and mental health outcomes i …
Self-Narrative Profiles of Elite Athletes and Comparisons on Psychological Well-Being.
Houltberg BJ, et al. Res Q Exerc Sport 2018. PMID 29985771
However, no study has yet examined self-narratives among elite athletes. PURPOSE: This study examined whether specific profiles or narrative identities of athletes emerge through multiple self-narrative indicators; these profiles were compared on measures of psychological well-being (e.g., depression, anxiety, postfailure shame levels, and life satisfaction). ...Athletes in the mixed-type profile class reported better psychological well-being compared with the performance-based profile class but not the purpose-based profile class. ...
However, no study has yet examined self-narratives among elite athletes. PURPOSE: This study examined whether specific profiles or na …
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