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Woodstock, GA

203 Woodpark Place Bldg B Suite 102

Atlanta, GA

1545 Powers Ferry Rd, Marietta, GA 30067

NAD+ Therapy & Age-Related Conditions/Diseases

Aug 7, 2022NAD+ Therapy

The aging process begins at the cellular level. Over time, our cells undergo changes that can lead to a decline in function. These changes are a major contributing factor to aging and the development of age-related diseases. So, where does NAD+ therapy come into all this?

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is a vital coenzyme found in all living cells. It is involved in numerous biochemical reactions, including energy production, DNA repair, cell signaling, immunoregulation, and gene expression. With age, the production of NAD+ declines significantly, which can lead to a decrease in cellular function. 

This has been attributed to the onset of age-related decline in health and other symptoms such as the development of wrinkles and fine lines, aching joints, and memory loss. NAD+ therapy is a form of cellular rejuvenation that aims to restore this vital coenzyme in the blood to youthful levels – to improve cellular function and potentially slow or reverse the aging process.

What Exactly Does NAD+ Therapy Entail?

In simple terms, NAD+ therapy is the process of replenishing the body’s NAD+ levels. This can be achieved through intravenous (IV) infusions or oral supplements. However, NAD+ IV therapy is the most popular and effective method of replenishing NAD+ levels as it offers a 100% absorption rate.

During NAD+ therapy, a small IV line is placed in the arm, and a slow drip of NAD+ is delivered directly into the bloodstream. The NAD+ IV infusion session can last between 2 to 4 hours. Depending on the individual’s needs, NAD+ therapy protocol can consist of multiple infusions administered over the course of a few days to several months.

What Are the Potential Benefits of NAD+ Therapy?

Although research into NAD+ therapy is still in its early stages, there is growing evidence to suggest that NAD+ supplementation can offer a wide range of potential health and longevity benefits and may be instrumental in treating several age-related conditions.

Some of the potential benefits associated with NAD+ therapy include:

Cellular Rejuvenation

The core principle behind NAD+ therapy is to replenish the body’s supply of NAD+. This can help restore cellular function and potentially improve overall health and well-being.

Healthy, Youthful Skin

As we age, our NAD+ levels decline, leading to a decrease in cellular function. This can result in the development of wrinkles and fine lines. Replenishing NAD+ levels through IV therapy may help slow aging and restore that youthful glow.

Improved Brain Function

NAD+ is involved in various biochemical processes essential for proper brain function, including metabolism, DNA repair, and cell signaling. As such, NAD+ therapy can help to improve brain function and protect against age-related cognitive decline.

Increased Energy Levels

It is natural to experience a dip in energy levels as we age. And while there are many potential causes, a decline in NAD+ levels may be one contributing factor. IV NAD+ supplementation can help enhance energy metabolism and promote healthy, sustainable energy levels.

Detoxification

NAD+ plays a key role in detoxification, helping the body remove harmful toxins and byproducts of metabolism. As we age, our NAD+ levels decline, making it more difficult for the body to detoxify effectively. NAD+ therapy may help restore proper detoxification function

Improved Sleep Quality

Sleep is essential for our overall health and well-being – more so as we age. NAD+ therapy helps repair and protect the genes responsible for controlling the circadian rhythm, which can translate into improved sleep quality.

Reduced Inflammation

Old age has been known to cause a dysregulation of the body’s immune response, leading to chronic inflammation. NAD+ therapy can help reduce inflammation and promote a healthy immune response.

These are only a few of the potential benefits associated with NAD+ therapy. As research into this area continues to grow, we are likely to discover even more ways in which IV NAD+ therapy can improve our health as we age.

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