Drugs and teens and rock music

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Music and recreational substance abuse share a historic bond going back generations before the first fan was able to purchase a recording. History recounts countless examples of hymns sung by sailors celebrating the idea of drinking and other questionable activities. However, attitudes regarding drug abuse and music took an abrupt turn in the s, when American jazz musicians became some of the first truly international recording artists.

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Can certain musical genres cause drug use among youth? We take a look at the evidence for any causal links between what people listen to and what they take. Electronic music fans just love ecstasy while reggae fans are all potheads.

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Drug use in music has been a topic of discussion and debate since at least the s if not earlier. As stated in the old saying ' wine, women and song ', association of music with using various substances go back centuries. References to recreational drug use in various forms have been common as the modern record industry developed, particularly in terms of popular music genres such as pop rock singles, dance releases, and the like.

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Popular music is bombarded with song lyrics glamorizing lavish lifestyles of the rich and famous, fancy cars, and wild adventures. Listeners hear songs condoning the use of illicit drugs and consuming large amounts of alcohol. However, the relationship between drugs and music stretches across genres and decades. For example, recent surveys find country music sustaining higher amounts of lyrics revealing drug use, and songs from the 60s and 70s famously embraced drug culture, promoting trippy journeys and altered states of mind.

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Teenagers listen to an average of nearly 2. One in three popular songs contains explicit references to drug or alcohol use, according to a new report in The Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. That means kids are receiving about 35 references to substance abuse for every hour of music they listen to, the authors determined.

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He receives grants for alcohol and other drug research. This piece represents his personal view only. Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence.

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They did not want to lose the stylishness, sexuality and, in some cases, anger that made them popular. One wrote to MTV, which regularly runs the spots, that the commercial by Bon Jovi encouraged him to stop taking drugs. But man, once I heard you say how stupid drugs are, I never touched them again!

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Young musicians today are more likely than those of previous generations to decry the harm that drugs can cause, according to research in America. The study, based on an analysis of drug lyrics in English-language popular music since the s, was last week highlighted as one of the few pieces of good news in the annual survey by the European monitoring centre for drugs and drug addiction, the EU's drugs agency. The research, published by the University of Texas at Austin, explodes the conventional wisdom that popular music encourages teenagers to abuse drugs.

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One version of rock history could be told by the many songs that have been written about the alluring dangers of drug use. D'Angelo personifies his love for weed a la Rick James' "Mary Jane" over a smoked-out groove that tells you the real story as clearly as lines like "my eyes are a shade blood burgundy. There are songs that treat sexual attraction like a drug addiction, and there are songs that treat drug addiction like sexual attraction, and the way D'Angelo sings, "I gets high off your love," makes it clear that this is the latter.

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You will also find information on spotting the signs and symptoms of substance use and hotlines for immediate assistance. Treatment for addiction takes many forms and depends on the needs of the individual. In accordance with the American Society of Addiction Medicine, we offer information on outcome-oriented treatment that adheres to an established continuum of care. In this section, you will find information and resources related to evidence-based treatment models, counseling and therapy and payment and insurance options.

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