Rock Stars, Music Icons, Alcohol, and Drug Overdose

The human body can only handle so many toxins at once, this is the reason why illegal drugs should not be taken with alcohol. There are times that drug can chemically interact with alcohol, when taken with alcohol it disperses faster in the bloodstream and take effect faster. These are the reasons why alcohol and drug overdose is one of the leading cause of death among music icons and many individuals.

There is a saying that rock and roll stars live on the edge and drive in the fast lane. What’s more alarming is these stars die a few years after achieving fame. News of rock stars and other music icons dying young is alarming, because their deaths are associated with substance overdose.

According to the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, drug and alcohol are the primary causes of many deaths of music stars, which accounted for one in every four deaths. Alcohol damages the body in many ways. Extremely high doses of alcohol can even cause alcohol poisoning, coma, or even death.

The number of rock stars who died and are dying at a young age is cause of alarm for society because many artists are influential among children and young people. Young people of today want to be rock stars more than anything else. Sad to say, all the fame, fortune, and money were not able to change the fact that many rock stars and music icons died early.

It is clear that these rock stars were not happy at all. Dead rock stars are reminders of the pain and depression that may take place as side effects of fame.

Of the 100 stars that died from 1956 to 2005, majority of these American “music icons” died at the age of 42 on average, while those from Europe passed away at 35 years of age. Unhealthy lifestyle, improper diet, drug addiction, and alcohol and substance abuse.

Lou
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