NAD+ therapy administered intravenously can be a boost for your health and energy. NAD+ stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, a natural coenzyme of vitamin B3 (niacin) that is present in every cell in your body. The compound fuels metabolic reactions and drives your cells to metabolize carbohydrates, fats, and amino acids. NAD+ also has a role in gene expression that’s associated with age-related diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. NAD+ therapy involves infusing a high dose of the compound straight into your bloodstream. You get the benefits of NAD more quickly than you might with other delivery systems, such as the oral route, so you experience a faster, more effective treatment outcome. NAD+ therapy optimizes your own cells’ NAD levels so they rev up and provide you with more immediate energy. NAD+ therapy can also fight the physical effects of aging, reduce depression and anxiety, combat chronic fatigue and sleep disturbances, and help relieve you of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases.

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What does NAD+ stand for?

Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide

What does NAD+ do?

NAD+ occurs naturally in the body.  It plays an important role in the chemical process of generating energy.  NAD+ is probably the most important co-factor for improving mitochondrial function.  Mitochondria are intracellular organelles where micronutrients are converted to energy-rich ATP molecules for the cell.  NAD helps the liver break down fats that are essential to provide energy for the body.  NAD+ may help manage a wide spectrum of diseases, ranging from diabetes to cancer.  When NAD is given intravenously, some research has shown it can improve: Mental Clarity, Alertness, Concentration, Memory, Aging Process, Pain, and provide muscular benefits during workouts.

How often can you receive the NAD+ drip?

Once a week for the first month is recommended and then once a month thereafter until optimal results are achieved.

Are there any contraindications?

Coronary Artery Disease, History of Heart Attack, Niacin Allergy, Pregnancy

Are there any possible Side Effects?

Flushed, Nausea, Headache

Why does the drip take 4 hours?

To prevent from becoming flushed and overloaded with NAD+ all at once.  It also lessens possible side effects if it is administered at a slower pace.

Do you administer Toradol or Zofran before the NAD+ drip is started?

Yes, we give everyone Zofran before the treatment and Toradol is optional for our clients.

Can other vitamins be mixed in the bag with NAD+?

No, but we do recommend an additional 500ml enhancement bag with Magnesium, B12, B-Complex, Vitamin C, and a Glutathione Push after your NAD+ treatment to enhance the effects of the NAD+

If I get the second bag with Vitamins, does it take 4 hours as well?

No, the second bag can drip at a normal rate.

How old do you have to be in order to receive the NAD+ drip?

18 years old

How long should I do NAD+ Therapy?

For as long as you feel like it’s working and is seeing results.

Do I need to make an appointment?

Yes, due to the amount of time required to receive the infusion.