Did you know that there is a coenzyme your body naturally produces that holds the key to enhancing and maintaining your health? It’s called NAD, short for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. NAD is used in a process that provides energy for every cell in the body. Without NAD, cells will not be able to exist for more than a nanosecond. Therefore, NAD is ultimately responsible for the health of every cell in the body.
However, the natural levels of NAD within your body decrease over time, and other factors – such as stress, sleep disorders, environmental toxins, and drug use – will hasten the decline of NAD, which leads to acceleration of the aging process. An effective way to replenish your body reserve of NAD is NAD+ infusion therapy. This infusion therapy has been used as a medical treatment for more than 50 years.
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about this ground-breaking form of regenerative medicine:
Q: What Is NAD+ Therapy and How Does It Work?
A:NAD+ Infusion therapy is a type of intravenous (IV) treatment that can stimulate cell regeneration in your body. It simply involves infusing a high dose of the compound directly into your bloodstream – which is a faster and more effective treatment than other delivery systems – thereby restoring your own cells’ NAD levels and providing you with more immediate energy and vitality.During your infusion, NAD molecules bind with proteins in your body to create active enzymes that your body then uses to metabolize fuel and revitalize cells.
Q: What Are the Benefits of Undergoing NAD+ Infusion Therapy?
A:In addition to warding off chronic fatigue and boosting your energy, NAD+ infusion therapy can increase your metabolism, regenerate healthy cells, promote the repair of damaged DNA, reduce internal inflammation, and decelerate the aging process.
Q: Why Are NAD+ Infusions More Effective ThanOral NAD+ Supplementation?
A:The reason oral supplementation isn’t as effective as infusion in boosting your NAD levels is because the digestion process reduces the amount of NAD+precursors our body can absorbs.NAD+ is an unstable molecule when it is placed in a capsule, and when it is exposed to gastric acid.NAD+Infusion allows the NAD+ molecule to bypass the intestinal tract andenables your body to fully absorb and utilize it. NAD infusion as a means of NAD supplementation provides building blocks of NAD and our body utilizes these building blocks to produce NAD+.
Q: What Conditions Can NAD+ Infusion Therapy Help Treat?
A:Besides promoting generally healthier aging, NAD+ infusion therapy can help treat a number of mental health issues – such as anxiety, mood disorders, substance abuse disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Because of its ability to support enzymatic functions, it has been found to be effective in treating Lyme disease.
Q: In What Ways Does NAD+ Infusion Positively Affect the Aging Process?
A:When your natural NAD levels decrease, it can result in metabolic decline, a diminished immune system, and cognitive issues. NAD+ infusions help counteract these effects, while preventing others from developing. Plus, NAD+ infusion can help protect neurons from the effects of neurodegenerative diseases.
Q: How Safe Is NAD+ Infusion Therapy?
A: Since NAD is a natural substance that your body constantly utilizesand readily incorporates, infusion therapy is a wholly safe treatment option.
Q: What Are the Side Effects, If Any,From NAD+ Infusion Therapy?
A: NAD+ can sometimes cause symptoms that include nausea, cramping, brain fog, or muscle fatigue if the infusion is administered too rapidly. However, these issues can be relieved by having your treatment provider slow down the IV drip.
NAD+ Infusions in Caldwell, New Jersey
Dr. Warren Bleiweiss at Alternative Disc Therapy is a triple board-certified physician who has used advanced, effective, and safe regenerative protocols – including NAD+ infusions – for decades to treat correct age-related issues at the cellular level.
Dr. Bleiweiss provides personalized medical treatment plans that are based on his evaluation of your individual needs and your unique set of medical conditions. If you are a suitable candidate for NAD+ infusion therapy, Dr. Bleiweiss will recommend an appropriate treatment plan and discuss it with you in detail.
To learn more about NAD+ infusions and how they can help you, call our practice today at (973) 403-3334 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Bleiweiss or simply fill out our convenient online appointment request form. For your added convenience, we also offer telemedicine appointments.