Long-term meth addiction can cause problems such as meth mouth, brain changes, and other health problems. More here on how to treat meth addiction and information on treating the health effects of prolonged meth abuse.
Though Massachusetts is facing an opioid epidemic much like the rest of the country, new data shows things may be improving. Last year, in 2018, opioid overdose deaths dropped by 4% in The Bay State. Banyan Treatment Center Massachusetts outlines why opioid overdose deaths are declining in our state.
Actress Anne Hathaway recently revealed why she’s planning on cutting out alcohol, joining famous sober celebrities who don’t drink. Banyan Treatment Center’s alcohol rehab in Massachusetts shares how people can safely stop drinking with the help of alcohol rehab
After getting sober, many patients have a tough time making new friends in sobriety. Banyan Treatment Center Massachusetts offers an alumni program where former Banyan patients can connect, supporting each other’s sobriety while having fun.
Massachusetts has been leading the pack in drug overdose deaths nationwide, but recently, the state has seen a decline in these deaths. Cape Cod has also seen a decrease in overdose deaths, and this is promising news for the vacation hotspot and its residents. More here.
Addiction in the workplace is an increasingly common problem, and many well-meaning behaviors may be enabling the worsening of addiction among employees and coworkers. Here are enabling behaviors to avoid and guidance on helping employees enter drug and alcohol rehab in Massachusetts.
Prescription pills, such as benzos and opioids, are highly addictive. Banyan Treatment Center Massachusetts offers prescription pill addiction treatment. Here are common signs RX opioid and benzo addictions and how to get help.
The partial hospitalization program (PHP) at Banyan Treatment Center Massachusetts serves as an effective bridge between inpatient and intensive outpatient care. There are certain features that set PHP apart from other treatment approaches.
Years of being a professional skateboarder turned prankster lead to a destructive path down the road of addiction. Brandon Novak is leading an extremely interesting life to say the least. He sat down at Banyan Treatment Center and told us about his youth, his path to destruction, his battle with addiction, how he got sober, the rewards of recovery, and his introduction to Banyan.
We’ve all seen the headlines, “The Downward Spiral of So and So” or “So and So Fell Off The Wagon”. The media loves (and I mean loves) to announce to the public when celebrities are not doing so well, but you do not hear as many stories of celebrities triumphing their battles with addiction.