Restoring your body’s natural chemical balance after substance abuse can be achieved with NAD therapy in Glendale. NAD therapy is often undergone by individuals who are experiencing withdrawal symptoms and other conditions. This therapy nourishes the body at the cellular level, resulting in a multitude of benefits for your system.
What Is NAD Therapy?
A naturally occurring enzyme of Niacin, Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (Niacin) otherwise known as NAD, assists the cells in the body to produce energy by converting food into cellular energy. Substance abuse depletes the naturally occurring NAD within the body creating difficulty in converting energy from our food intake. Depression, PTSD, Anxiety, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, neurodegenerative diseases, and aging can also affect the naturally occurring levels of NAD in the body. NAD therapy is a restorative therapy that aids in healing damaged cells. This natural therapy with proven protective long-term effects on the brain and is proven to be neuroprotective. NAD IV therapy does not require a specific symptom or condition and can be used solely to promote wellness. It is proposed that in the production of new mitochondria through IV NAD+ Therapy, the brain reboots old cells and rewires new cells.
NAD Therapy benefits
- Aids in the production of neurotransmitters such as the “happy hormone” otherwise known as dopamine and serotonin
- Increases memory and concentration
- Regenerates blood vessels
- Protects cells from being damaged
- Increased neuron function
- Promotes mitochondrial biogenesis
- Aids in neuropathic pain relief
- Aids in anti-aging therapy
- Activates enzymes that correct DNA damage
- Helps with weightloss by breaking down carbohydrates in the body
- Boosts metabolism by generating energy within cells
- Reduces pain
- Promotes healing
- Reduces the risk of heart disease
- Prevents damage to blood vessels in diabetic patients
- Aids in addiction by reducing symptoms of opiate cravings and alcohol withdrawal
- Helps fatigue by healing at a cellular level and supplying the body with energy
Addiction & NAD Therapy
NAD Therapy is an IV Therapy procedure designed to aid anyone suffering from addiction in replacing depleted NAD co-enzyme, flushing out all the drugs in the user’s system, curbing cravings for opioids, alcohol, drugs, and lessening withdrawal symptoms. Your treatment plan will be discussed with your doctor and the length of your NAD therapy session/sessions will vary depending on the severity of your addiction.
During your initial consultation for NAD therapy, you will be asked about your concerns and goals. Your medical history will be reviewed, including current medications, recent treatments, and underlying conditions. Depending on your goals, a treatment plan will be created, as well as a maintenance program to optimize the efficacy of the therapy.
The NAD Therapy Procedure
NAD therapy is administered via intravenous infusion. An IV drip containing the NAD formulation will be delivered straight to your bloodstream. The treatment can last between two to four hours, and the concentration varies from 500mg to 1000mg. The solution may contain other vitamins and amino acids for optimal results.
NAD Therapy Recovery
After your NAD infusion therapy, you might feel slight discomfort a the injection site. Some patients report getting flu-like symptoms after their treatments. However, symptoms should disappear quickly. Minor bruising, tenderness, or swelling may be experienced, but these should clear out after several days.
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Dr. K’s approach to wellness care utilizes the body’s natural healing abilities. His team of practitioners works together to formulate a treatment plan specifically designed for you.
The Body Systems Wellness medical team examines, diagnose, and treat various conditions caused by an imbalance of the body’s natural systems.
NAD Therapy Cost
At Body Systems Wellness, we take a unique approach to treating each individual patient and the overall cost depends on the needs of each person. The price of NAD therapy depends on several factors, including the number of sessions needed. During your consultation, we’ll perform an initial assessment of your body and discuss your medical history to develop an appropriate treatment plan for your specific needs. We will then discuss the associated costs and the payment options available to you.
WANT TO FIND OUT WHAT NAD THERAPY CAN DO FOR YOU?
There are numerous benefits provided by NAD therapy in Glendale, and you can take advantage of these benefits if you are struggling with recovery after substance abuse. Contact Body Systems Wellness to schedule a consultation and find out how safe and effective NAD treatment can help you look and feel brand new!