What You Can Expect From Your First NAD+ Therapy Session

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NAD+ therapy administered intravenously can be a boon for your health and energy. NAD+ stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, a natural coenzyme of vitamin B3 (niacin) that is present in every cell in your body. The compound fuels metabolic reactions and drives your cells to metabolize carbohydrates, fats, and amino acids.

NAD+ also has a role in gene expression that’s associated with age-related diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and dementia.

NAD+ therapy involves infusing a high dose of the compound straight into your bloodstream. You get the benefits of NAD more quickly than you might with other delivery systems, such as the oral route, so you experience a faster, more effective treatment outcome. NAD+ therapy optimizes your own cells’ NAD levels so they rev up and provide you with more immediate energy.

NAD+ therapy can also fight the physical effects of aging, reduce depression and anxiety, combat chronic fatigue and sleep disturbances, and help relieve you of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases.

What NAD+ does

NAD+ is found within all living cells in the body. It regulates gene expression, controls your calcium levels, and acts as a powerful antioxidant, so you’re less susceptible to harmful free radicals that you encounter in foods and pollution, due to stress and excessive exercise, and from alcohol consumption. NAD+ also helps regulate genes that accelerate the aging process.

As you age, the level of NAD+ in your cells decreases, getting in the way of your body’s natural ability to repair itself. As a result, your mental and physical health can decline. Lifestyle factors can accelerate the decline of NAD+ in your cells -- including stress, medications, alcohol, and poor diet. As your NAD+ levels decrease, the physical symptoms of aging increase.

At your appointment

Your first (and subsequent) NAD+ treatments occur over the course of two days. You’re hooked up to an IV for 8-10 hours each day. Depending on your treatment plan, you may benefit from lower dose infusions that take less than two hours or subcutaneous (under the skin) injections that require only a few minutes of your time. Your health goals and current condition determine which treatment plan our team of doctors recommends for you.

During infusions, you can lounge, watch movies, work on a laptop, play on your phone, read, eat, or sleep.

Lasting results

Your first IV therapy of NAD+ gives you results that last 4-14 days, depending on your condition and health goals. Patients report increased mental clarity following NAD+ infusions.

The results of increasing your intracellular levels of NAD+ are a reversal of age-related cellular dysfunction as your good genes turn on. You feel better, more energized, and your body is just healthier. You’ll be able to lose weight more easily as well as concentrate and perform cognitive functions better. You’ll even feel less fatigued.

At Klarity Clinic, we offer BR+ NAD-Brain Restoration Plus, the highest quality NAD+ formulation available. To find out how you can benefit from NAD+ therapy, call one of our offices in Denver, Las Vegas, or Northern California. You can also schedule an appointment using this website.

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