IV NAD THERAPY: THE SCIENTIFIC BREAK THROUGH IN ANTI-AGING
One of the most innovative treatments in anti-aging today is an amino acid therapy known as IV NAD therapy. Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) is a metabolic co-enzyme tasked with the important job of structuring, repairing, and remodeling every cell in the body. Instead of merely slowing down the accumulation of aging damage in our tissues, NAD repairs damaged cellular & molecular machinery, restoring a more youthful & healthy structure & function, as the fine cellular & molecular order of tissues are progressively restored to youthful integrity.
The Benefits of IV NAD
Over time, decreasing NAD+ impairs the cell’s ability to make energy, which leads to aging and disease a key factor in why we age. Dr. David Sinclair, professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School, it’s lack of oxygen that signals cells that it’s their time to go. Without oxygen, the energy engines known as the mitochondria become less efficient at turning physiological fuel like glucose into the energy that the cells need to function. Eventually, they shut down. By increasing NAD levels anti-aging impacts are immediate via the tankyrase activity / longer telomeres.
NAD+ and Relation to Other Conditions
One of the most impacted organs from NAD+ deficiency is the brain. NAD+ plays a vital role in the brain, the reduced form of NAD+ causes mediate brain aging and the tissue damage in various brain illnesses. NAD + therapy boasts benefits that include:
Restoring cellular production of energy (ATP)
Protecting and repairing DNA (PARP)
Strengthening the immune system (improved cell signaling of Immune-CD38, CD157)
Production of dopamine, serotonin, and noradrenaline, essential for maintaining proper levels of neurotransmitter
Improving athletic endurance and combating fatigue
Addiction:Restoration of proper brain biochemistry is a major requirement for breaking any addiction, restoring clarity of mind, stabilizing moods, and reducing or eliminating cravings.
Degenerative Diseases:Current research also indicates that NAD deficiencies may trigger a host of metabolic and degenerative diseases—including obesity, Type II diabetes, Alzheimer’s, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and Parkinson’s.
Sleep Disorders: a deficiency of NAD+has been associated with circadian dysfunction and sleep disorders.