NAD IV Therapy
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NAD IV Therapy is a holistic treatment that improves brain function and the overall performance of bodily systems by stimulating cell regeneration. It is often used for addiction recovery, but it also brings plentiful other benefits such as:
- Prevents weight gain
- Improves memory
- Fights symptoms of depression
- Boosts memory
- Boosts athletic ability
- Maintains muscle health
- Increases energy levels
- Reduces wrinkles
- Enhances the appearance of skin
How It Works
NAD stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide which is a coenzyme that is used by our bodies to turn nutrients into energy and also regulates other biological processes. It is often called the “anti-aging molecule” for its capability to improve overall health and prolong lifespan.
What is an IV Therapy?
An IV therapy is a safe and efficient method of supplying the body with NAD by delivering it directly to the bloodstream through infusion.
Unlike taking NAD dietary supplements, this process allows the body to absorb the coenzymes immediately with noticeable results the same day of the treatment.
NAD molecules bind with the proteins in our bodies to develop enzymes that are essential in the process of metabolizing fuel molecules from the food we consume. They also help our cells regenerate.
After undergoing NAD IV therapy, patients can expect pre-existing problems caused by NAD deficiency such as tiredness, depression, anxiety, and addiction to be reduced or eliminated.
How long will results last
Because of the direct delivery to the bloodstream and immediate absorption by the cells, many patients experience notable benefits from day one. One of the immediate effects of the infusion is heightened energy levels.
Results last for 3 to 15 days.
Before undergoing the procedure, patients’ blood pressure is first taken and their medical history reviewed. The procedure is very simple as it only involves inserting an intravenous (IV) line attached to a NAD drip into the arm. After that, patients can wait out the session that will last approximately 90 minutes to 3 hours while reading a book, listening to music or streaming a movie.
Since the therapy involves inserting a peripheral intravenous (IV) line into the arm, patients may experience bruising, redness, tenderness or swelling at the injection site with a minor risk of infection.
There are really no lasting side effects after undergoing the procedure and it requires no downtime at all. There are no pre and post-treatment measures that patients should accomplish. Patients may go on with their daily activities right after the treatment.