IV NAD Therapy is an emerging vitamin therapy that is all-natural, holistic, and has shown outstanding results. IV NAD + therapy may be the light at the end of the tunnel for many people suffering from addiction, age-related diseases, and chronic fatigue.
NAD+ is a molecule used in every cell of our bodies to help produce the energy our cells need.
As we get older, our NAD+ levels decline and this is considered to be a factor in aging and illness [study
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There are multiple ways to raise NAD+ levels, including what are called precursors. A precursor is usually taken orally and as it is processed by the body, some of precursor will be converted into intracellular NAD+. The two most popular types of NAD+ precursors being marketed are NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide) and NR (nicotinamide riboside).
IV NAD therapy is growing in popularity because of the multiple conditions it can help with and its impressive results with most people. Even if needles make you queasy, this particular therapy is well worth the momentary needle stick. Why? Administering a high dose of NAD+ straight into your bloodstream, compared to other routes (i.e. oral), will give you a faster, more effective outcome. This high dose quickly optimizes your NAD+ levels, which revs up the engine in your cells (called the mitochondrion), translating into more energy for you.
The IV therapy can last from 4 to 14 days, depending on your condition and your goals. It’s important to work with a qualified doctor who is certified in providing NAD treatment, because there are specific protocols to treat different conditions and situations.
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