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The Football Association of India (FAI) has a long-standing policy of not allowing players to play in the country if they are “under the influence” of drugs or alcohol.
The policy was adopted after a series of incidents where players were caught using illegal substances.
The FAI’s policy states that players can play if they “are under the influence of drugs, alcohol or other psychoactive substances”.
It states: “A player can only play for the national team if he is under the effect of any intoxicating or stimulant substance, alcohol, drug, or alcohol-related mental condition.”
The player must abstain from any intoxicant, psychoactive substance or alcohol during the playing of the national squad.
“In case of suspension, the player is to refrain from all activities relating to his national team.
If the player commits any offence, the suspension is lifted only if the FAI takes appropriate action.”
But a study by a leading sports psychologist and an expert in drug and alcohol addiction has revealed that many of the FAIs policies don’t seem to be working, especially when it comes to drugs and alcohol.
The FA’s stance is being questioned by several sports scientists who believe that the FAAs policies on drugs and drink can actually be counterproductive to sports.
According to Sports Psychologist and expert Dr. S. Ramachandran, sports science has to be informed by human psychology and that the world of sport needs to be rethought.
“The FAIs decision is a very, very bad decision.
In my opinion, it has been disastrous.
It has caused a lot of harm to sport and has resulted in many problems in sports psychology,” he told The Indian Express.
Dr Ramachan is the chairman of the Indian Sport Psychology Society and is also the founder and chairman of Sports Psychologists Society of India.
Dr Ramchandran said that a lot has changed in the last decade in sports science and he believes the current FAI policies have been a huge setback for the sports world.
In addition to the lack of understanding of sports psychology, Dr Ramchan said that there are problems in terms of safety in sports, including the way the rules are being enforced.
“This is the biggest reason why I don’t believe the policies are working.
Many people are playing with drugs or drunk and they can’t follow the rules.
Even if they know the rules, they will get caught,” he said.
When asked about the effects of alcohol and drug use on sports, Dr. Ramchas said that alcohol is toxic and can be dangerous.
“People who have consumed alcohol will experience some physical and mental problems, such as headaches, dizziness, hallucinations and panic attacks.
Drugs are also dangerous.
People who are high on drugs may not understand the consequences of their actions, especially if they use alcohol to drink,” he explained.
“When a person has been drinking for a long time, their brain is constantly producing and receiving new chemicals and these are then transmitted to the body.
It is the body’s way of telling the brain to release a certain neurotransmitter.”
The research shows that even though alcohol can cause physical and psychological problems, it can also help the body in some way.
“It can help a person get rid of anxiety and depression.
When a person is taking medication, he or she may get rid the tension and stress,” Dr. Chanda told The Sports Journal.
Dr. Ramcha added that there is a lot to be said for adopting a positive attitude in sports and taking care of oneself.
He said that sports and drugs are both complex and there are many positives to be taken from sports.
“The most important thing is not to be over-sensitive.
If a player is under-sensitive, it is only hurting the sport,” he added.