Benzodiazepines drove Chris Cornell (Soundgarden frontman) to suicide
After Prince, Michael Jackson, Heath Ledger, Elvis Presley and Jimi Hendrix. Chris Cornell, one of the iconic singers of grunge rock Soundgarden, was found dead Wednesday in a Detroit hotel room. The Wayne County medical examiner concluded that the artist's death was due to suicide by hanging ... But what is less known is that Chris Cornell is part of the long list of victims of the industry medication… Pain relievers, prescription opioids and benzodiazepines are the main culprits in these deaths.
The suicide of Chris Cornell
The body of the singer of 52 years was found in a Michigan hotel room early Thursday morning. The night before, Cornell performed at the Fox Theater in Detroit with Soundgarden as part of his North American tour. The investigation into his death leads to a possible suicide by hanging. E even if a spokesperson for Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office has warned The Washington Post that the exact cause of death had not yet been determined ...
The death (or suicide) of Chris Cornell raises more questions than answers, leaving many the leisure to analyze his troubling past ... This to have clues on the question everyone is asking: why?
An Israeli study published this week found that patients who deal with pain with pain relievers, often referred to as "prescription drugs", almost drive 3x more to depression and anxiety than medical cannabis. This finding is not new at all. Many stars accustomed to medical "drugs" ended their lives with an overdose ...
These "drugs" contain dangerous chemicals and one of the common side effects is to lead the patient (or the victim) to anxiety and depression. And finally to suicide ... This is proven once again by the supposed suicide of Chris Cornell.
Anxiety and depression
The day before his death, Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell accuses his treatment of leading him to suicide.
"Chris' death is a loss that cannot be described in words, a void in my heart that I could never fill", writes his wife . “He was a devoted father and husband and his world revolved around family, of course, next to music. "
But after their last conversation on the phone, his wife Vicki sensed that something was wrong…
“When we spoke after the show, I noticed his words were confused, he was different” - “After the concert, he ate his words” she said. “When he told me he had taken one or two too many drugs (Ativan), I contacted his bodyguards and asked to send him for a medical examination. "
Chris died because he was dealing with an existential crisis throughout his life. And the benzodiazepines were part of this crisis, these drugs which were supposed to cure him… Chris Cornell, whose very wide range of voice masked difficult battles against drugs and depression. He was one of the pioneers of the grunge genre, many artists to this day pay homage to him.
The danger of benzodiazepines
Ativan (Ativan) is one of the trade names for a generic drug, Lorazepam, which belongs to the benzodiazepine family. This drug pharmaceutical is similar to action of Valium. Benzodiazepines are very widely used drugs, in France in particular. But, this type of drug is dangerous. It causes dependence and camouflages the psychological difficulties of the people who use them ...
Subjectivation is disturbed by functioning differently than when one lives without absorption of these chemicals. Thus, they are used to obtain a feeling of calm and relaxation and to reduce stress. However, they act as a camouflage and distort the perception that we have of ourselves.
And yet, benzodiazepines are prescribed massively by general practitioners and over very long periods. They make the fortune of multinational drug companies. In addition, many psychoanalysts strongly discourage the use of benzodiazepines.