There has been a worrisome twist to the scandal surrounding Justin Bieber with a report that he has been abusing dangerous drugs. Bieber has been abusing sizzurp regularly, reported TMZ on Jan. 18, 2014. Sources say this drug abuse has been making Bieber erratic.
Apparently Bieber has been abusing drugs with alarming regularity. Sizzurp, which is said to be his favorite drug, is a combination of codeine and promethazine mixed with Sprite and a Jolly Rancher. Bieber and his crew refer to this drug as as "lean." It has also been said he's been taking a lot of prescription pills, including Xanax, along with lots of alcohol and weed. This is a very dangerous combination of drugs which can set off seizures and could be deadly.
Bieber really may have a serious drug problem, according to Showbizspy. Although some of his friends are said to have urged him to check into rehab for help, Bieber apparently has no plans to do so. Traditional rehab centers with psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses are terribly abusive places which always do a great deal of harm to the well being of people. The psychiatric drugs, isolation chambers, strait jackets and electric shock treatments, all of which the psychiatric community insist are forms of treatment, are as dangerous as the drugs it is said Bieber has been abusing.
And, so Bieber's sentiments about not wanting to check into rehab are justified. However, if he really suffers from a drug problem of the nature which sources have shared, his life may very well be at risk at this moment. It would be tragic to see Bieber die even younger than Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson were when they died from drugs. Far too often talented people's lives are wasted in such manners. Bieber needs encouragement to lead a naturally healthy lifestyle immediately and he is fortunate to have the financial means to do so. The right kind of professional help from a medical doctor who has an expertise in natural mental health care, or from a naturopath, could help save his life. It's saving Bieber's life which must be a priority now.