Why Is Alcohol So Addictive?

Why Is Alcohol So Addictive?

People with an alcohol addiction often believe that they can control the urge to drink more without any help. However, you’ll almost certainly need help from a dedicated interventionist organization like the Baystate Recovery Center in Boston, MA to beat alcohol...
What Are 10 Things That Alcohol Does to the Body?

What Are 10 Things That Alcohol Does to the Body?

Alcohol is a powerful substance that when consumed, can trigger a number of physiological reactions. While some of the adverse effects of alcohol disappear relatively quickly, drinking can also lead to long-term changes in your physical health and well-being. Here are...
Debunking 5 Myths about Drug/Alcohol Rehab in Massachusetts

Debunking 5 Myths about Drug/Alcohol Rehab in Massachusetts

There are many myths and half-truths about drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers. The stigma around drug addiction and treatment programs has kept people with substance use disorders from asking for help and families from supporting their loved ones dependent on...
Can I Afford Addiction Treatment?

Can I Afford Addiction Treatment?

Addiction and substance use disorders can be extremely costly and may lead to serious financial problems when drugs and alcohol are prioritized over bills like rent or mortgage, insurance, and car payments. When you’re ready to get help, the idea of paying for...
What Are 10 Things That Alcohol Does to the Body?

Understanding The True Nature Of Alcohol Abuse Disorder 

At Baystate Recovery Center, we know that meeting the needs of our patients is paramount to long-term recovery. If you need a more flexible program, give us a call for more information. Problematic drinking has various causes, with social, psychological, genetic, and...
Opioid Deaths Are Soaring in New England – How to Find Help

Opioid Deaths Are Soaring in New England – How to Find Help

The opioid crisis remains an ongoing public health emergency in the United States after initially being declared a crisis in October 2017. Mass.gov recently released some data that indicated overdose deaths in Massachusetts increased slightly in the first nine months...