$350 – $999 per IV Session
NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) (Medical Consultation Included)
NAD is used to increase athletic performance, increases in mitochondrial ATP production for improvements in endurance, strength and stamina have been observed. NAD is also used in higher doses for drug, alcohol and addiction related issues. NAD is used in lower doses for Anti-Aging and depression benefits. NAD Therapy has many benefits, these are only some of the more common uses.
Frequency: Varies per person depending on assessed condition. Some conditions require a daily use regimen for 10 days, while others require twice per month. Please consult a nurse in-office for complete assessment.
TIME: Usual infusion time for NAD Therapy is 1-5 hours, depending on dosage and condition being treated.
NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide)
B-Complex (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6)
NAD+ Infusion Benefits:
– Athletic Performance
– Recovery from injury
– Drug / Alcohol / Addiction Detox
“Recent studies indicate that macrophages utilize NAD+-biosynthetic pathways to control inflammation and cell survival during the immune response and aging.”
“NR supplementation increased NAD(P)H levels, decreased oxidative stress, and improved physical performance”
“Has been used since the late 1960s in intravenous form to significantly lessen withdrawal from a variety of drugs and alcohol”
NAD IV Therapy FAQ
1) What is NAD+?
NAD+ is a coenzyme found in all living cells. It’s responsible for transferring electrons and hydrogen in the Krebs cycle, making it a vital component for producing all of the energy your body uses. It’s involved in over 100 metabolic processes, and is considered one of the most essential building blocks for life. Unfortunately, NAD+ levels decrease as you age and in response to psychological illnesses. This negatively impacts your health in many ways. Boosting your NAD+ can help restore your natural and healthy levels, enhancing your physical and mental wellbeing.
2) How are NAD+ infusions different from NAD+ supplements?
Raising your NAD+ levels through supplements isn’t as effective as through an infusion. Digestion is a problem for NAD+, because the substance is hard for the stomach to break down, making it less bioavailable. By bypassing the intestinal tract, the body is able to fully take in and utilize the NAD+ being administered. Infusions are especially recommended for those trying to have a more comfortable aging process, who are planning to detox, those who would like to boost athletic performance or who suffer from gastrointestinal illnesses.
3) What can NAD+ infusion therapy help treat?
NAD+ infusion therapy promotes healthier aging, performance and can help several mental illnesses, including substance abuse disorders, mood disorders, anxiety, and PTSD. It can also help with Lyme disease due to its ability to aid enzymatic functions.
4) How does NAD+ help with aging?
Restorative processes depend on NAD+, and shortages can cause problems such as metabolic decline, cognitive issues, and a lowered immune system. An NAD+ infusion helps counteract this, preventing issues before they arise. It also helps protect your neurons against the effects of neurodegenerative diseases.
5) How does NAD+ help with mental illnesses?
NAD+ is necessary for optimal mental health and recovery. NAD+ protects your neurons from damage, and improves your cognitive function and mental clarity. It also combats stress, fatigue, exhaustion, and a lack of motivation.
NAD+ is especially helpful for those with a substance abuse disorder, because it can decrease cravings and discomfort during the detox process.
5) How does NAD+ help with Athletic Performance?
Due to the observed mitochondria ATP production that follows an NAD+ infusion, there have been improvements seen in athletes in reference to endurance, strength, stamina, recovery and overall athletic performance.
6) Is NAD+ Infusion Therapy safe?
NAD+ infusion therapy is a completely safe treatment option. It’s a natural substance used in the body and is readily incorporated.
7) Do you need a referral?
You do not need a referral as we have physicians on staff.
8) Can I eat and/or drink prior to my infusion?
You can eat and drink before your infusion, although eating junk food is not recommended.
9) Are there any possible side effects?
During the infusion, NAD+ can cause side effects such as nausea, brain fog, cramping, and muscle fatigue. However, these can often be relieved through slowing the IV drip.
10) What is the recommended course?
We will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan in office. Plans vary depending on what you are treating and health.
11) Can I drive home afterward?
Yes. There aren’t any lasting amnesiac or psychoactive effects of the infusion, so it’s safe to drive home afterward.
12) Can I combine this with other IV Therapies?
Yes. There are other viatmins that can be added on to your Infusion, not all, please ask a nurse in office.