Updated: Dec 30, 2022
Learn more about the research and various benefits of NAD+
Provide a powerful boost to your overall health with an NAD+ IV drip or IM shot. NAD+ is a naturally occurring co-enzyme found in every cell of the body that powers your metabolism by enabling your mitochondria to convert food into energy. NAD+ is commonly used for:
Detoxing from alcohol & drug addictions
Increasing mental clarity
Why Use NAD+ Therapy to Treat Addiction?
It has been determined that the excessive use of drugs and alcohol will deplete the body’s natural stores of NAD. Because of this, the brain cannot receive the same energy it usually would from breaking down food. NAD Therapy floods the brain with the co-enzyme to replenish its stores, providing 3 key effects.
It flushes out all of the drugs that are still in the user’s system.
Reduces withdrawal effects, which can be extremely difficult and uncomfortable to tolerate.
It curbs the cravings for alcohol and Opioids and lessens the pain of withdrawal, making recovery easier physically and mentally.
Why Use NAD+ Therapy for Anti-Aging?
Research links the ability of NAD+ to protect cells, promote DNA repair, and theoretically the ability to increase life span.
NAD+ is required for the activation of particular enzymes in the brain called sirtuins. Sirtuins are linked to increasing memory, cognitive performance, and protecting against neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's Disease. Research also suggests that sirtuins may contribute to protecting strands of DNA that form the caps of chromosomes called telomeres. Each time a cell divides, telomeres are shortened until they eventually can no longer divide. At this point, cells die in a process called apoptosis.
By increasing NAD+ levels and sirtuin function, telomeres may be protected from shortening, theoretically increasing longevity and slowing the aging process.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Vitamin supplementation is for wellness only, and not intended to cure or treat disease.