NAD IV

What is NAD?

 NAD stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. It is a molecule found in every cell in the body. NAD is used to power metabolism by enabling the mitochondria – the ‘power stations’ of the cell to convert the food we eat into the energy our body needs to sustain all its functions. It is also required to “turn off” genes involved in accelerating aging processes. NAD helps maintain healthy mitochondrial function – an important component of healthy human aging. Research shows that as we age levels of NAD decline substantially. This decline leaves us at greater risk for neuro and muscular degeneration, declines in our cardiometabolic health and our capacity for cellular repair and resiliency.

 

Benefits of NAD IV Therapy

NAD IV treatment can help those suffering from:

Drug Addiction
Depression
PTSD
Mitochondrial Disease
Chronic Fatigue
Mental and Cognition Decline
Neurological Disorders
Muscular Disorders

NAD is an essential molecule that is widely found in the body.  Its primary function is to help with the energy conversion process that takes place within the cell.  It also works hard to repair damaged cells and reverse the effects of oxidation in the body, so declining levels of NAD have been identified as an important factor in the aging process.  It binds to niacin (vitamin B3) to make it active so that is may be used by the body. NAD is needed for healthy brain function, energy production, and DNA repair.

NAD is a metabolic co-enzyme and is charged with the important job of structuring, repairing, and remodeling every cell in the body. These specialized enzymes require constant replenishment in the body. Unfortunately, drugs and alcohol prompt the human brain to reorganize, particularly on a cellular level. This process, known as neuroadaptation, is directly responsible for addiction-related brain damage and depletion of neurotransmitters. NAD IV therapy is said to replenish the drained enzymes and target brain restoration. It is a great brain restoration treatment.