Total Cellular Regeneration and Anti-Aging!
NAD+, which stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, is a critical coenzyme in the body that’s involved in hundreds of cellular processes, but NAD+ levels decline with age. The body needs NAD+ and there is not an endless supply of it. NAD+ plays a key role in helping your brain cells age well. Within brain cells, NAD+ helps control the production of PGC-1-alpha, a protein that appears to help protect cells against oxidative stress and impaired mitochondrial function. Because of the role it plays in so many different biological processes, scientists and doctors are now looking at different ways it can be used to maintain healthy organs and neurological systems in human patients.
NAD+ is what’s called a “helper molecule” because it binds to other enzymes in the body to activate them and generate molecular reactions. For example, proteins called “sirtuins,” which are responsible for carrying out many biological processes within the human body, require the coenzyme to function properly. In layman’s terms, we need NAD+ to live. However, as we get older, our bodies generate less and less of the coenzyme. This is one reason why we begin to feel the effects of aging and become more prone to age-related illnesses as the years pass by.
Benefits from NAD+
- Slows cognitive decline
- Decelerate aging
- Improved athletic performance and endurance
- Promotes healthy brain function
- Fights chronic fatigue
- Increases energy
- Boosts metabolism
- Regenerates cells
- Reduces internal inflammation
Who is a good candidate for NAD+ Therapy?
Anyone who suffers from reduced energy levels, feels sluggish and fatigued, or feels like their mind is continuously foggy can be a great candidate for this type of IV treatment. Replenishing your body’s NAD+ levels can drastically reduce these types of feelings and provide additional benefits.
People who are struggling with the side effects of aging or who suffer from certain age-related illnesses or chronic conditions are also excellent candidates, however, these infusions can also be beneficial for healthy individuals.
For example, it’s often recommended for athletes who want to enhance their performance and endurance and speed up their recovery times after intense exercise or an injury.
Some condition that may get benefit from NAD+ therapy:
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Chronic Fatigue
- Mitochondrial Dysfunction