NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) is a coenzyme found in all living cells. It is considered to be an anti-aging molecule, and it promotes a healthy lifestyle and a prolonged lifespan.
NAD+ IV is a procedure that administers intravenous infusions of various vitamins and supplements into the body. This improves brain function and cell regeneration, increases energy, and reduces inflammation processes. The benefits of NAD+ administration can last between 3-15 days.
How Does NAD+ Benefit Patients?
NAD has two forms – active and inactive. In its active form, it’s referred to as NAD+, while in its inactive form it’s known as NADH. Often, it’s called the “helper molecule” because it activates and generates molecular reactions by binding to other enzymes in the body. In fact, sirtuins require NAD+ to function properly, and they are responsible for many biological processes.
Some particular benefits include:
- Repairing and protecting DNA
- Extracting cellular energy from nutrition
- Maintaining mitochondrial function
- Calcium signaling
What are Some Known Side Effects of NAD+ IV?
There are some side effects to NAD+ IV. These include muscle cramps, congested sinus, hunger, and increased heart rate.
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NAD+ is indicated to treat:
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Heart disease
- Mitochondrial dysfunction
- Multiple sclerosis
- Chronic fatigue
- Memory/concentration issues