Whitney Houston who died on Saturday, February, 11, 2012 was found dead in her hotel underwater in her bathtub. Prescription drugs were found in Whitney Houston’s room, but sources are speculating that the prescription drug Xanax that was found in her room may have played a part in her death along with possible alcohol.
Xanax is used to treat anxiety disorders, panic disorders and depression. When combined with alcohol, Xanax can create drowsiness and can increase serious reactions such as chest pain, pounding heartbeats, seizure, dizziness, blurred vision, memory problems, slurred speech, lack of balance or coordination and more.
Houston, who reportedly had her hairdresser, stylist and bodyguard in the room with her, didn’t respond to a knock on her bathroom door after allegedly an hour. When concern grew, the hairdresser entered the bathroom only to discover the singer lifeless.
In an attempt to revive the singer, her bodyguard allegedly performed CPR as the front desk was contacted to get emergency help. The paramedics arrived shortly and pronounced Whitney Houston dead at 3:55 PM, hours before she was expected to show at her mentor Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammy party downstairs, as reported on MusiqQueen.com.
Meanwhile, a Grammy tribute is being pieced together in honor of Whitney Houston who has contributed not only her voice and energy, but her personal life to give the world better music.
The Grammy Awards Ceremony will air live tonight, Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 7PM CST on CBS from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.