Understanding Michael Jackson’s Death – Are Sleeping Pills Safe For Anyone?

The day Michael Jackson died, he was injected with two anxiety medications, Lorazepam and Midazolam followed by the anesthetic Proprofol. But some reports also stated that the powerful painkillers, Demerol, Dilaudid and Vicodin were in his system, along with the muscle relaxant Soma, the antidepressants Zoloft and Paxil, the anxiety medication Xanax, and the heartburn pill Prilosec. Yet the official cause of death was ruled acute Proprofol intoxication.

Most are under the mistaken belief that Michael was addicted to anesthesia, but for anyone has become dependent on sleeping pills or How to Buy Xanax 1 Mg Online without Prescription anxiety medications, we already know how desperate we become for rejuvenating sleep.

6-1/2 years ago I quit Buy Xanax Online a cocktail of sleeping pills and anxiety medications and felt my world implode. I’ve had 34 surgeries on my spine and legs and thought I was strong. But I was not prepared for the horrific withdrawals from these pills. For many months I questioned my sanity without any belief that I could regain my cognitive function or normal sleep patterns. I am a writer and I lost that magical connection to the written word. It was the blackest of times, filled with the deepest despair. And this is where I believe Michael Jackson found himself.

In 1984 Michael was injured while filming a Pepsi commercial and placed on painkillers, which led him into treatment. But in 1992 he was taking multiple sedatives, including Valium, Ativan and Xanax, and addiction to these medications (benzodiazepines) can rebound into horrific insomnia. They also increase pain, so when Jackson was injured during the Dangerous Tour, it wasn’t surprising that by the mid-90s, he reportedly had an anesthesiologist traveling with him.

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