NAD+ IV THERAPY
NAD+ IV THERAPY
- Protection against DNA damage
- Repairing DNA damage
- Restoring cellular metabolism (ATP) to help you feel more energized
- Combating fatigue and improving athletic performance
- Boosting the immune system by improving cell signaling
- Reversing the effects of aging for a younger, healthier looking appearance
- Stimulation of the neurotransmitters to help improve brain function and mood
- Helps lower blood pressure and cholesterol
During your first appointment for NAD+ IV therapy. The doctor will determine if you are a good candidate for NAD therapy and the appropriate dosage. The doctor will then create an individualized treatment plan. At the start of each treatment, you will be injected with an IV, and the NAD mixture will slowly be administered. You may start feeling better by the end of your first treatment, with mental clarity and improved energy levels. Most patients will need to complete the recommended number of treatments before they see maximum results. We encourage you to call us to determine whether or not NAD+ IV therapy is right for you.
There are two primary reasons why NAD+ deficiencies occur. Unfortunately, all of them are common among people who live in the Westernized world. The first is chronic stress, which occurs when the body is exposed to excessive levels of inflammation and oxidative stress. This happens when there is an imbalance in the number of free radicals that the body is exposed to and the amount of antioxidants it has to protect it. Free radicals are unstable molecules that bind to healthy cells to steal an electron from them to become stable again. Antioxidants disarm free radicals by donating an electron to them so that they can no longer cause harm. Under constant levels of inflammation and chronic stress, your NAD+ levels are depleted quickly.
The second reason why your NAD+ levels might become depleted is due to poor lifestyle choices that lead to inflammation. For example, the modern day diet is high in sugar, refined carbohydrates and processed junk and low in nutrients that the body needs to produce NAD, such as vitamin B3 and tryptophan. Because of this, the body doesn’t have what it needs to replenish its declining levels continuously. Furthermore, these foods provoke inflammation, which creates an environment in the body that makes it harder for you to produce NAD+. The overuse of drugs and alcohol also leads to reduced levels. Studies show that NAD IV therapy can be used to help patients overcome opiate, stimulant, alcohol, and tranquilizer addictions by reducing withdrawal symptoms and associated cravings. It also helps you learn to feel good without drugs or eating a poor diet so that you can make the changes you need to stay healthy for life.
Since NAD plus helps the mitochondria we often use it in part of our mitochondrial dysfunction protocols. Mitochondria are often damaged or affected by diseases which can result in long recovery times. NAD combined with some of our integrative protocols can help those mitochondria to recover.