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5 Incredible Benefits of NAD+ Therapy You Need to Know About

Over 20 million people in the US are battling drug addiction.

And there are over 14,000 different drug rehabilitation facilities across America. But most of these offer a minimum 30-day recovery program. So what if you don’t have that time?

Well, as we all know, there is no quick fix when it comes to recovering from drug addiction. But NAD+ Therapy can help kickstart your recovery today.

Read on to find out more about the benefits of this groundbreaking modern therapy.

What Is NAD+ Therapy?

NAD+ IV Therapy uses your body’s natural mechanisms to aid your rehabilitation.

NAD – or Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide – is a molecule that occurs naturally in your body. Your body uses the enzyme “NAD+” to convert food into energy. This creates NADH, the inactive form of NAD.

Both forms are vital for maintaining your energy metabolism. Your cells convert NADH into NAD+, or NAD+ into NADH, depending on what your body needs. Keeping this NAD+/NADH balance is key to maintaining good health.

But drug addiction can limit your production of NAD. This can leave you with decreased mental awareness or chronic fatigue.

This creates a vicious cycle because both of these symptoms make recovery harder.

So NAD+ Therapy helps you overcome this first hurdle with an IV injection of NAD+. This means you don’t have to wait for your body to do all the work. You can absorb the NAD+ directly.

This kickstarts the restoration of your NAD+/NADH balance. And this helps you overcome the symptoms of addiction.

So what are the benefits of NAD+ Therapy?

1. It Is Shorter Than Other Rehabilitation Programs

You might be familiar with the length of more traditional rehabilitation programs.

The shortest of these is usually 30 days. But some programs can be up to 90 days. Others even feature extended adjustments to your living situation, such as sober houses.

While that is great if you have the time, we understand that a long spell in rehab won’t suit everyone. This is where NAD+ treatment could help.

NAD+ injections are usually given over 7-10 days. A medical professional will administer these injections on a daily basis.

You can feel the benefit almost immediately! Within four to eight days of your first injection, you can expect to feel more energetic. Your mind should feel clearer.

NAD+ benefits shouldn’t be your sole treatment for drug addiction. Instead, use it to decrease your withdrawal symptoms. This gives you time to focus on overcoming your addiction.

Support groups or individual counseling can help you stay on the right track without eating into your time. Check out our other tips on how to stay sober after treatment.

2. It Restores Your Metabolic Function

The ‘metabolism’ is the amount of energy your body uses to keep going. But during addiction and as you age your metabolism can slow down.

This leaves you feeling lethargic. It can also lead to weight gain and reduced muscle function. This isn’t a good place to start your recovery from.

NAD+ IV Therapy gives your body a boost of NAD+, which also creates NADH. They turn food into energy and boost your metabolic rate, making you feel more energetic.

Having a balance of NAD+/NADH in your body maintains this metabolic function. Having too little NAD or too much NADH inhibits your sirtuins.

These are key for monitoring and controlling metabolic changes in the body. So you want them to be working properly!

3. NAD Therapy Boosts Brain Function

Drug addiction can damage your brain’s ability to make judgments or decisions. It also affects your ability to recall memories and learn new information.

These are all useful functions to have control of when trying to overcome addiction. Fortunately, NAD+ Therapy is one of the best brain restoration therapies available.

Remember those helpful little sirtuins that keep an eye on your metabolism? Well, they’re basically superheroes. They have neuroprotective properties that can improve your memory and learning functions.

So by keeping that NAD+/NADH balance, you increase the function of your neurons and protect your brain. And a healthy brain is key for a healthy mind.

Your decision-making and productivity benefits from healthy brain function. This helps you to achieve more in whatever you set out to do.

4. It Encourages Anti-Aging

We all know that addiction can visibly age a person on the outside. But what about what is happening on the inside?

When the body comes into contact with toxic chemicals it puts our cells at risk of inflammation. This inflammation can damage the structure of the cells. The result is cell death and damage to your DNA.

But NAD activates enzymes that can protect our cells and DNA. With NAD+ therapy, cells will even be able to restore themselves.  Restored cells can reduce the internal impacts of aging.

5. NAD+ Therapy Can Treat Chronic Pain

Between 11 and 40 percent of adults in American suffer from chronic pain almost every day. But opioids such as fentanyl are a no-go for anyone recovering from addiction.

These drugs are so addictive that most doctors don’t recommend using them for more than a few days at a time. In fact, opioids are currently responsible for most in overdoses in the United States.

Well, NAD+ Therapy can help treat this pain without sparking further addiction.

A study conducted in 2014 found that NAD+ IV injections helped to reduce pain.

But NAD+ therapy doesn’t just mask pain. It assists sirtuins in cell regeneration. By doing this, NAD actually helps the body to heal itself.

In this way, NAD+ Therapy may be able to target the source of pain in addition to managing the symptoms.

The Bottom Line

NAD+ Therapy restores your body’s ‘factory settings’ while in recovery from addiction. Along with many other benefits, this promotes healing throughout the body. This leaves you in the best position to kickstart your recovery.

If you think NAD+ Therapy might be for you, or you have any questions, please get in touch today.