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What is NAD?

Infusion NAD, or Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, is an essential coenzyme that plays a major role in cellular metabolism and energy production. It is found in almost all living cells and supports many important enzymatic reactions associated with cell growth and maintenance, including the conversion of macronutrients into energy. Infusion NAD therapy, which involves intravenous administration of NAD directly into the bloodstream, has gained attention for its potential to treat a wide range of conditions.

What does NAD do?

NAD plays a critical role in the metabolism of our bodies. It is an essential coenzyme, helping to convert the food we eat into the energy that fuels our cells and tissues. NAD works in tandem with other molecules to facilitate metabolic reactions, allowing us to make use of glucose, proteins, lipids, and other nutrients. These molecules are then broken down into simpler forms and used for energy production or stored for later use as ATP. NAD also serves important roles in DNA replication by serving as an electron carrier during glycolysis and oxidative phosphorylation. So its importance cannot be understated - without this coenzyme our metabolism would grind to a halt!

What are NAD IV treatments?

Infusions of NAD+ can help boost levels of the coenzyme which can help promote a greater sense of wellbeing. Whether you’re looking for increased energy and focus in your daily life or want to maximize your physical performance NAD+ infusion therapy may be the answer for you.


What are some benefits of NAD treatments?

Clinically studied uses of NAD include addiction treatment, improved cognition and mental clarity, enhanced mitochondrial function, improvement from oxidative stress and metabolic damage, as well as slowing down the aging process. NAD detoxifies the body, replacing essential vitamins and nutrients. The extended benefits of NAD+ have positive effects such as improved mood, increased focus and energy and may also influence hormones and gene expression, making a great treatment for:

  • Anxiety
  • Improved cognition
  • Helps anxiety and depression
  • Anti-Aging
  • Detoxifying
  • Increase cell function
  • Boost energy levels
  • Boost metabolism
  • Prevent damage to DNA

How often should you get NAD IV treatment?

Many experts recommend getting NAD IV treatment on a routine basis to optimize energy levels, mental clarity, and overall health. Depending on the individual’s needs, an effective schedule could range from once a week to once a month.

How long do the effects of NAD treatments last?

The effects of NAD treatments can give an individual a renewed sense of energy and well-being that can last for weeks, or even months depending on the individual's treatment plan. Patients in clinical studies experienced sustained improvement in their overall quality of life and seemed to benefit from short-term relief and long-term maintenance of their symptoms.

What are the side effects of NAD IV treatments?

NAD IV treatments are considered to be safe and with minimal side effects. The most common side effects of NDA IV treatments reported include mild nausea, dizziness, headaches, and muscle cramps. Other potential side effects that have been reported by patients include feeling too warm or flushed skin, however, these feelings are temporary and should subside within an hour.

  • Mild Side Effects
  • Nausea
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Cramps

How much do NAD IV Infusions cost?

The cost of a NAD IV infusion varies depending on insurance coverage and location and typically starts from $800 to $3,000. The cost of therapy will vary patient to patient and also depends on dosage recommended by your physician. Packages will be offered to meet the needs of the patient treated.