Nobody is exempt from falling into the clutches of drugs and alcohol. Regardless of profession, age or gender, falling into this type of addiction can be a nightmare and although various factors influence, there is one that is decisive: evasion.
Information from the National Survey of Addictions 2011 reveals that people who resort to certain illicit substances are because they need to flee from personal or family problems or they do so through social pressure or simple curiosity.
At the beginning of their consumption they provide a brief relief to mitigate the pain, but little by little they consume people physically and emotionally. A small amount acts as a stimulant (accelerates), then as a sedative (numbs) and then as a poison.
A study by the National Commission for Addictions (CONADIC) points out that drugs affect the mind and the perception of those who consume it with respect to what is happening around them. As a result, the person's actions may seem strange, irrational, inappropriate, and even destructive.
These are the cases offamous in drugs who have not had easy moments in their life.
The music legend died of an opiate overdose, on April 21, 2016, at 57 years of age.
Even six days before his death, the singer was capitalized by an overdose of Pecocet, an opiate composed of acetaminophen and oxycodone.