NAD+ Therapy is an emerging vitamin therapy that is all-natural, holistic, and has shown outstanding results. IV NAD+ therapy may be the light at the end of the tunnel for many people suffering from addiction, age-related diseases, chronic fatigue, or simply just want to look and feel better.
Major Benefits of
IV NAD+ Therapy
Eases Drug Dependence
Slows Alzheimer’s Disease
Maximizes Brain Power
With this session a NeuDrip IV Specialist will come directly to your house to administer your NAD+ IV treatment over the course of 3+ hours.
What you get: You will receive 750mg of NAD+ during this 3-4 hour treatment. Plus 2 dose of anti nausea medication.
With this session a NeuDrip IV Specialist will come directly to your house to administer your NAD+ IV treatment over the course of 8 hours. Our specialist will be there two days in a row for 4 hours each day.
What you get: You will receive 1,000mg of NAD+ during this 8 hour treatment. Plus 1 dose of anti nausea medication per day.
Boosts Metabolism & Generates Energy. The process of converting glucose to energy in the body is a very complex process and has several steps. ATP creation is the goal of that process. ATP is the energy used to power our cells. NAD therapy aids in the production of ATP within the body which boosts energy levels and reduces the feeling of exhaustion.
Reduces pain and promotes healing. Sirtuins are protein molecules that have been found to play a crucial role in the body’s inflammatory response. Sirtuins require NAD in order to function, so having enough NAD in your system allows for this process to run simulatemous with energy production.
Increases cognitive function and mood. In addition to decreasing inflammation and pain, sirtuins have been shown to improve the cells’ resistance to stress and can slow the process of cognitive decline. NAD therapy is required in order to improve mental clarity, boost memory, improve mood, increase focus, and boost neurologic functions.
Reverses and protects against aging. One specific sirtuin, known as Sir2p, plays a role in the aging process and the overall health span of the body. NAD IV therapy works to increase the effectiveness of Sir2p which can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and reverse certain symptoms of aging.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is NAD therapy safe?
Yes, NAD therapy has been given since the 1960’s in addiction medicine and has been
shown to be safe and effective.
Will NAD therapy make me sick?
It is not uncommon to have flushing (hot flash), palpitations (heart racing) or nausea, these are usually controllable be the amount of time the drip is given. The faster it’s given, the more likely you are to have these temporary feelings. Slowing the drip and giving nausea medication can help with these symptoms.
How often should I get NAD therapy?
Depending on the dose you are receiving we have several packages. As part of a maintenance program 250mg every 1-2 weeks can help you stay at the top of your game. If you are getting over an illness or highly strenuous weekend or have a long trip coming up one of our larger or multi-day therapies may be right for you. You can always call and speak to one of our specialists or Medical Director and discuss what is best for you.
How long does NAD therapy last?
Treatment effects last 4-14 days on average, depending on the individual.
What causes NAD levels to be low?
NAD levels can become low due to the natural part of aging, but can also be caused by high fat, high sugar diets and
What is oxidative stress?
Oxidative stress can occur when there is an imbalance of free radicals and antioxidants in the body. The body’s cells produce free radicals during normal metabolic processes. The body also produces antioxidants that neutralize these free radicals. In general, the body is able to maintain a balance between antioxidants and free radicals. Several factors contribute to oxidative stress and excess free radical production. These factors can include diet, lifestyle, certain conditions, and environmental factors such as pollution and radiation. The body’s natural immune response can also trigger oxidative stress temporarily. This type of oxidative stress causes mild inflammation that goes away after the immune system fights off an infection or repairs an injury.