NAD is a coenzyme, naturally found in every cell in the body, that repairs and restores the mind and body – NAD maintains DNA integrity and reverses cellular damage. NAD levels decline with age, so we need more of it – NAD IV therapy is the most efficient and effective way to supplement NAD.
NAD IV therapy is a highly efficient treatment of delivering NAD and a mix of complementary vitamins directly into the bloodstream.
HISTORY OF NAD+
Has been used since the late 1960s in intravenous form to significantly lessen withdrawal from a variety of drugs and alcohol. The mechanism is not clear. The limitation is that recovery tends not to be complete with IV NAD alone. With the addition of specified amino acids complex, recovery is found to be significantly more profound, complete, and lasting
HOW DOES NAD+ WORK
NAD+ therapy involves infusing a high dose of the compound straight into your bloodstream. Your benefit from 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.
Several recognized non-redox roles:
- Important in cell nuclear DNA repair and telomere maintenanceˡ
Extracellular signaling molecule:
- From neurons in blood vessels, urinary bladder, large intestine
- Transcription regulation and aging via sirtuins
- Released from neurosecretory cells and brain synaptosomes
Intended Benefits of NAD+ IV Therapy
Maximize Brain Function
Cognitive decline is one of the most common effects of aging. Neurodegeneration, or the loss of neuron function and structure, causes our mind to work slower and our memories to become fuzzy. NAD+ IV serves as a brain restoration that increases neuron function, protects cells from toxins and damage, and promotes the process of mitochondrial biogenesis. This translates to increased mental clarity, improved concentration, sharpened memory, and a healthy mood boost.
Chronic fatigue can be a debilitating condition, and experts aren’t exactly clear on the root cause of the problem. Oftentimes, doctors prescribe a combination of sleep medication and antidepressants, which may not improve chronic fatigue. IV NAD+ therapy works by supplying the energy that is needed on the cellular level to heal.
Increasing the levels of NAD+ throughout your body allows it to better heal itself from injury. Research shows that ATP and NAD+ may alert the body’s natural immune response when the cell is under stress or where inflammation is present. In addition to this, NAD+ is crucial to the activation of poly ADP-ribose polymerases (PARPs), which repair damaged DNA.
Enzymes known as sirtuins play a major role in the body’s aging process through DNA protection and inflammation regulation. Sirtuins are dependent on NAD+ to stop and start the protective pathways that have links to the pathologies of age-related diseases. This means that sirtuins and NAD+ can turn certain genes off, almost like a light switch, that promote aging, fat storage, and blood sugar management issues.
Who should do NAD+ IV therapy?
NAD+ therapy has benefits for everyone. As you read in the list above, it can be a helpful treatment for those feeling sluggish or always seem to be trapped in a fog. People experiencing low energy and slow metabolism are excellent candidates for therapy. But NAD+ can also be used by those looking for overall performance-enhancing benefits in athletic training and exercise. Research has shown that intense exercises decrease NAD+ levels, but when that level is replenished, individuals experienced better performance and greater endurance.
Those who suffer from chronic conditions may also find symptom relief with NAD+ therapy. Conditions that may benefit from the therapy include:
• Parkinson’s disease
• Alzheimer’s disease
• Multiple sclerosis
• Mitochondrial dysfunction
Research is also being conducted on NAD+ IV as a form of addiction therapy, and studies are showing promising results. Just to clarify, the therapy is not a cure for any form of addiction, but it can aid in healing the brain on the cellular level, giving individuals a better chance at long-term recovery. Experts have also noted the ability of NAD+ to reduce cravings and minimize withdrawal symptoms.
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How NAD Affects Fat Metabolism
NAD is an essential coenzyme found in every cell in the human body. As you age beyond your reproductive prime, NAD levels tend to fall off, especially if you are not physically active and eat a nutrient-poor diet. In addition, consumption of sugars and refined carbohydrates, excessive alcohol consumption, excessive use of NSAIDs, and regular daily doses of certain medications can all depress NAD levels in the liver, interfering with your ability to metabolize fat.
Your muscle cells, tiny organelles called mitochondria work around the clock to transform fats and carbohydrates into ATP, the energy molecule. NAD plays a key role in the citric acid cycle (aka Krebs cycle) responsible for manufacturing ATP. However, the size and number of available mitochondria and their capacity to convert fat to energy are largely determined by your physical activity level. The more you use your muscles, the greater the size and number of mitochondria, and the better your ability to burn fat for fuel.
Physically active people have more and larger mitochondria, and more NAD to facilitate fat metabolism in the cells. But even physically active people experience reduced levels of NAD as they age, limiting their ability to metabolize fat. Supplementing with nicotinamide riboside (NR) for weight loss can help accelerate fat metabolism to help you reach your goals.
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