NAD+ is a coenzyme that plays an important role in many cellular processes, and its levels decline as we age. Our cutting-edge therapy involves infusing NAD+ directly into the bloodstream, which can help to improve cell function and slow down the aging process. In addition, NAD+ therapy has been shown to be effective in treating addiction, chronic illnesses, depression, and other mental health conditions. If you are looking for a way to improve your health and well-being, NAD+ therapy may be right for you.$2750 for 5 Loading Doses to Begin Treatment / $650 for Single Maintenance Doses
NAD+, Niacinamide, Tryptophan, Glutamine
Our NAD+ (Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide), engineered by Craig Koniver, MD, is formulated by an exclusive pharmacy using cutting-edge tools and rigorous potency testing protocols to ensure that it is NAD in its purest form.
Based on extensive research and clinical testing on dosage, scientists found that a dosage of 750mg is the sweet spot for most people to obtain optimal results. Compared to standard infusions of 3000mg, which can take 6-8 hours to administer, our NAD+ IV therapy sessions cut that time down to only 1-2 hours.
NAD+ is a coenzyme that helps to produce energy in cells. It is found in mitochondria, which helps to convert nutrients into ATP. NAD+ also plays a role in fission and fusion, two processes that help to keep mitochondria functioning properly. Without NAD+, mitochondria would be unable to produce ATP, and cells would quickly run out of energy. As a result, NAD+ is essential for maintaining cell function and preventing age-related disease.
Our NAD+ therapy is uniquely combined with a push of FastVitaminIV®, a dose of 19 vitamins, minerals, and amino acids at the end of the treatment. The two infusions work synergistically to greatly improve executive functioning and alleviate symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, and neurological diseases.
NAD+ is a naturally occurring molecule that plays an important role in metabolism. NAD+ stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, and it is involved in redox reactions or the transfer of electrons between molecules. In cells, NAD+ is used to convert nutrients into energy, and it also plays a role in DNA repair. NAD+ levels decline with age, and this has been linked to several age-related diseases. However, supplementing with NAD+ has been shown to help slow the aging process and improve overall health.
NAD+ therapy is most commonly used by busy executives or high-performing athletes to address symptoms of fatigue, low energy levels, and cognitive decline. However, NAD+ treatments can also be beneficial for people who suffer from chronic illnesses, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and Huntington’s disease. NAD+ treatments are also being explored as a potential treatment for addiction and substance abuse disorders, as well as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and traumatic brain injuries.
NAD+ IV Therapy is safe and well tolerated, with few side effects. Treatments are suitable for people of all ages, including children as young as 12 to adults in their 80s. The therapy is typically given on an outpatient basis, and there is no need for hospitalization or anesthesia. As a result, NAD+ IV therapy is an appealing option for many patients.
NAD+ IV therapy was developed to address the decline in NAD+ levels as we age. To combat this age-related decline, scientists developed NAD+ IV therapy, which replenishes cellular NAD+ levels and restores youthful function. By delivering high concentrations of NAD+ directly to the cells, IV therapy allows for rapid and profound results. Ultimately, NAD+ IV therapy holds the potential to improve the quality of life for millions of people to reverse the effects of aging and treat a wide range of health conditions.
The recommended dosage for NAD+ treatments varies depending on the condition being treated, as well as the individual’s health status and medical history. Most patients see the majority of benefits to their overall health and well-being with a “loading dose” of 5-10 treatments, ideally within 10 days or as close together as possible. After this initial phase, patients can follow a schedule of weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly maintenance treatments. Every patient is unique, and it is important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting NAD+ therapy.
The great thing about NAD+ IV therapy is that it’s a completely passive treatment, meaning you can actually do other things while you’re receiving it. Some people like to read, work, or watch TV during their treatment, while others prefer to rest or take a nap.