If you’re looking for a vitamin mix that covers several aspects of nutritional therapy, you may want to consider NAD+ treatment. It covers bits and pieces of what other combinations can do, and you can also pair it with other therapeutics like ketamine treatment.
What is NAD+?
NAD+ is an infusion of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, a coenzyme present in nearly every cell of the body. As the body ages, we gradually produce less and less of these valuable non-protein compounds. There are multiple ways to take NAD into your system, but the quickest and most effective method is an IV infusion.
What Else Depletes NAD?
We have a natural level of NAD in our bodies that is lessened by more than age. Drug and alcohol abuse can deplete your vital coenzymes, but so can the following medical conditions:
● Post-traumatic stress
● Anxiety and depression
● Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
You’ll feel the effects of this as they drain what little energy you may have. But there’s a way to make things better for yourself.
Benefits of NAD+
There’s a reason why we consider this coenzyme to be the fountain of youth; it has anti-aging properties. When you go through NAD+ infusions, you are giving your body the nutrition it’s been lacking. NAD will also power your metabolic processes and regenerate and repair your body’s cells. And that’s just the beginning.
NAD also helps raise your energy, protects you from stress, and promotes a healthy sleep cycle. It can even increase certain neurotransmitters like serotonin, which can work to regulate your mood.
Seeking NAD+ Treatment
Many on our team consider NAD+ infusions invaluable for depression and anxiety, as they can improve mood, raise energy, and boost brain regeneration.
NAD+’s brain regenerative properties also make it a promising option for those with neurodegenerative conditions like Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s. Even those experiencing memory loss, brain fog, or a lack of focus from other sources may benefit from an NAD+ infusion. In some cases, patients may even want to consider pairing this infusion with a ketamine treatment, as the two therapies can work in tandem to restore and regenerate brain function.
NAD+ and Addiction
There is also great potential in using NAD+ treatment to combat addiction and withdrawal. Regular infusions give the body the strength and brain function that it needs while easing cravings and other withdrawal symptoms. Instead of getting your energy from a substance, you can fulfill that need naturally that will heal your body as you use it.
NAD+ therapy is suitable for a variety of applications. Whether you’re using it to ease your depression or just improve your mood, it’s a great way to give your body what it may have forgotten it needs. Contact MySelf Wellness to book an appointment today.