(nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide)
NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a coenzyme found in every cell within the body and is key in numerous vital processes. It’s unrelated to nicotine in tobacco. A coenzyme enhances the action of an enzyme. Water-soluble vitamins such as vitamins B1, B2, and B6 serve as coenzymes. NAD is related Vitamin B3 and is fully natural in composition and manufacture.
The body naturally produces NAD, but levels decrease with age, leading to cellular deficiencies, resulting in age-related decline. NAD counteracts many of these reactions and helps preserve the integrity of DNA, and as such, the integrity and elasticity of skin, bones, joints, muscle, brain, nerves, etc. NAD anti-aging treatments last from 4 to 14 consecutive days depending on the individual, results of Level II evaluation, and needs.
NAD helps to regulate circadian and metabolic rhythm, by increasing serotonin, a neurotransmitter associated with mood regulation, improving symptoms of depression and anxiety, and ultimately inducing better sleep. The body mostly heals during sleep.
NAD is also helpful in therapy for substance abuse and addiction recovery. This treatment reduces both cravings and withdrawal symptoms, provides energy for the entire body, boosts brain regeneration, and most importantly brightens mood.
NAD Intravenous therapy is arguably one of the best brain restoration therapies available. NAD enhances neuron function, prevents brain cell damage, toxicity, and promotes mitochondrial biogenesis. When the brain is healthy and functioning at optimal levels, better decisions are made, and increasing productivity and achievement.
The most profound effect of intravenous NAD is reduction of cravings associated with alcohol and opiate withdrawal, because no toxic side effects are produced. After 7 to 15 consecutive treatments of IV NAD, a person battling addiction can realize a better chance of a sober and pain-free life. NAD reduces withdrawal symptoms by binding / inhibiting tobarin and nervous system opiate receptors, helping to overcome cravings and risk of relapse. At the same time, this powerful coenzyme naturally protects the brain and accelerates recovery.
Patients suffering from mood disorders often have low levels of NAD-dependent coenzymes. Also, in depressed subjects, changes in the hippocampus lead to reduced functions by neurons. The hippocampus is the area of the brain primarily engaged in processing emotions. NAD increases serotonin, a neurotransmitter associated with mood regulation, and can improve symptoms of depression and anxiety.
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