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Asthma drugs improve performance in healthy non-asthmatic subjects – News-Medical.Net

Popular asthma control drugs β2-agonists such as Albuterol, Formoterol, Terbutaline, etc. that are used as inhalers by millions of asthmatics around the world could have power and stamina enhancing properties in sportspersons, finds a new study. The analysis titled, “Can β2-agonists have an ergogenic effect on strength, sprint, or power performance? Systematic review and meta-analysis of RCTs” was published in the latest issue of the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
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