NAD is a coenzyme molecule that is essential for metabolism and energy in human cells. Throughout the day our cells require energy to function. Over time, the inability to function well can lead to many age-related and chronic illnesses. The effects of stress, poor sleep, illness, aging, alcohol, caffeine, nicotine, and certain drugs all have a negative impact on cellular NAD levels. The effects are often gradual, but result in decreased mental, neurological, and physical health.
Intravenous (IV) NAD therapy is the most effective method for delivering high levels of NAD directly to the cells. Length of therapy varies by individual. In most cases IV NAD is administered daily over a period of 7-10 days.
*Oral NAD, taken daily, has compelling effects on maintaining NAD levels following IV Therapy. NAD is not a cure for the above conditions. It is intended as an adjunct to conventional medical treatment.