Performance-enhancing drugs (PED) are substances used by athletes to improve their performances. These drugs are addictive and if we use it for a long time it will be affect our heart-health. And these regulation will not appropriate with the purpose of sport which is Be Healthy By Natural Ways. Because if the athlete use these PED it will insist them to do more than the energy they have. And of course it is not healthy.
A ban is not the way to deal with addiction and health issues. Addiction is a personal situation that must be handled properly, meaning between the user, his doctor, and those affected by his behavior.
The drugs being unnatural does not prove that they should be banned. If a certain activity should be banned for giving an artificial advantage, then shouldn't athletes logically be banned from eating healthy diets and exercising more efficiently? Because after all, these are unnatural processes.
But, in this case, we talk about the athlete whose have so many fans. For example, the football player, they have so many fans all around the world, from those who already old, mid-age, or even the children. If the using of PED is allowed in this case, of course what the athlete did is being adapted by their fans.
For example, Child "A" said "Oh, my idol use that drugs to improve the energy during the match, I will try it too"
Isn't it will be dangerous for the children under age?
And for your information, eating healthy diets and exercising more efficiently = Is natural ways :-)
Is there any evidence of the behaviors of athlete's replicated by their fans? In the aftermath of the Lance Armstrong incident, there has not been an epidemic of people using steroids. People turned away from Armstrong, and he will never get his reputation back
You have given no evidence that eating healthy and exercising more efficiently are any more natural than steroids. A smiley face does not count as an argument.