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All About NAD+

All About NAD+

Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+) is known as the anti-aging molecule. It is an essential coenzyme used in the energy generation process, as well as many processes controlling aging that is found in all living cells. Unfortunately, as we age NAD+ levels decline significantly, which can be attributed to a wide array of age-associated conditions. Research has shown that it can relieve combat the many effects of aging and chronic conditions on the human body and brain. It helps the body with repairing DNA, gene expression, and maintaining mitochondria function.

Getting an NAD+ IV infusion can stimulate your brain’s neuron function by assisting cells in regenerating and protecting them against damage. By increasing the neurons there can be an increase in mental cognition, improved mental clarity, higher concentration, a better memory, mood, decrease in anxiety and depression.

Because this coenzyme is helpful in cell regeneration, it has been used in reducing inflammation and helping the body recover quicker from injuries or intense exercise. Also, NAD+ increases energy which can aid in enhancing your metabolism, weight management, and balancing blood sugar levels.

Here are some more ways that NAD+ has been shown to beneficial via IV infusion or injection:

  • Increase energy and better metabolism
  • Decrease stress
  • Relief from inflammation and pain
  • Improving digestion
  • Less depression or anxiety symptoms
  • For protection from toxins and pollutants
  • For reducing the effects of aging and memory loss
  • Arthritis
  • Decrease Acne
  • Higher physical performance and endurance
  • Lowering blood pressure and improving circulation
  • Promoting relaxation
  • Getting better orgasms
  • Improve symptoms of fibromyalgia
  • Help with PTSD and ADHD
  • Migraine headache
  • Preventing PMS headache
  • Vertigo and motion sickness
  • Schizophrenia and drug-induced hallucinations
  • Alzheimer's disease and chronic brain syndrome
  • Age-related cognitive decline
  • Alcohol and opioid dependence

What to expect with a NAD+ infusion:

When getting an NAD+ infusion most of the side effects are related to the infusion being administered to rapidly which can include chest pressure, hyper-excitable state, muscle excitability, intestinal cramps, nausea, and light-headedness. Depending on the dose, we recommend expecting an infusion to be around 2 to 4 hours long. We can also administer smaller doses via injection via the subcutaneous tissue. The effects of NAD+ are noticeable almost immediately in most cases, and the benefits can last between 4 -15 days.