Noise and Drug Use

Noise and Drug Use

Noise And Drug Use

Have you ever wondered why so many musicians turn to drugs? There can be many and varied reasons but a main factor is noise. Noise burns up magnesium, which makes a person feel very uncomfortable, jumpy, nervous, agitated or even “freaked out”, etc.

No-one likes to feel uncomfortable, jumpy, nervous, agitated or “freaked out” so a solution has to be found and an “easy” and apparently “workable” one is a drug of some sort. Click here to read  on…. 

Loud Noise Increases Urinary Excretion

“Exposure to loud music can increase urinary excretion of magnesium, which lasts for days after exposure. If magnesium is not replaced through an excellent diet and supplements, any of about 100 magnesium deficiency symptoms may begin to appear. This includes such things as food cravings, headaches, heart disease, rapid heart rate, high blood pressure, hyperactivity, insomnia, irritability, menstrual pain and cramps, migraines, muscle cramps or pains, numbness of hands and feet, PMS, restlessness, anxiety, diminished sexual energy, easily startled by noise, tingling of hands and feet, tremors …….”