Any drug with the ability to alter the normal working of the body, especially improving the performance of an athlete, is called a performance-enhancing drug. They improve the functions of the body, giving the consumer an added advantage over the rest of the competitors who have not doped (Allen, 2016). Athletes usually take these drugs before competition due to the much pressure on them to win, irrespective of how they win. Initially, drugs under this category would be used by the athletes who participated in muscle-focused sports like the lifting of the weights but now it has rocked every sport, not only athletics but also in basketball and other games, all across (Robinson, 2010). Some of the drugs categorized as Performance Enhancement Drugs (PED) are legal and even prescribed by doctors for treatment while others are illegal and strictly prohibited for use. In games and athletics, however, they are highly prohibited to be used. The drugs can be classified as stimulants, anabolic agents, nutritional supplements, diuretic, and recombinant human erythropoietin, just to mention but a few, based on their chemical content.