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Alkohol- und Zigarettenkonsum, Schmerzmittel sowie illegale Substanzen im professionellen Bühnentanz

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  • E. M. Wanke
  • D. A. Groneberg
Übersichten: Arbeitsmedizin
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Zusammenfassung

Eine stabil hohe psychomentale und physische Leistungsfähigkeit ist eine wichtige Voraussetzung für eine erfolgreiche Berufsausübung im Bühnentanz. Jedoch ziehen tanzspezifische Arbeitsbedingungen und -belastungen Bewältigungsstrategien nach sich, die aus medizinischer Sicht ein zusätzliches schädigendes Potenzial darstellen. Dazu zählen der Konsum von Alkohol und Tabak (Zigaretten) genauso wie die Einnahme von Schmerzmitteln sowie weiterer legaler und illegaler Substanzen. Der vorliegende Beitrag beleuchtet dieses Thema und versucht sich an einer Einordnung des professionellen Bühnentanzes bezüglich des Substanzkonsums.

Schlüsselwörter

Bühnentanz Alkohol Nikotin Psychotrope Substanzen Drogen 

Alcohol and cigarette consumption, painkillers and illegal substances in professional dance

A review

Abstract

A stable high psychomental and physical performance is an important prerequisite for a successful career as a professional dancer; however, dance-specific working conditions and strains also entail coping strategies, which from a medical perspective represent an additional damaging potential. These include the consumption of alcohol and tobacco (cigarettes) as well as painkillers and other legal and illegal substances. This article sheds light on this topic and attempts to categorize professional dancing in terms of substance consumption.

Keywords

Professional dancing Alcohol Nicotine Psychotropic substances Drugs 

Notes

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Interessenkonflikt

E. M. Wanke und D. A. Groneberg geben an, dass kein Interessenkonflikt besteht.

Dieser Beitrag beinhaltet keine von den Autoren durchgeführten Studien an Menschen oder Tieren.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institut für Arbeits‑, Sozial- und UmweltmedizinGoethe-Universität FrankfurtFrankfurt am MainDeutschland

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