Suffer from Chronic Fatigue? NAD+ Can Help
Myalgic encephalomyelitis (more commonly referred to as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/CFS) is a relatively common disease which affects around 240,000 Australians. CFS affects the nervous system, but the cause remains unknown and as such there is no way to prevent it. The good news is that NAD+ IV therapy can help manage the symptoms and improve overall wellbeing, and in this blog post we’ll fill you in on everything you need to know.
Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
CFS can occur at any stage of life, and symptoms can range from pervasive exhaustion through to flu-like symptoms and poor physical stamina. As a ‘multi-system’ illness, those who suffer from CFS usually exhibit additional related symptoms such as:
- Poor cognitive function – difficulty concentrating or recalling past events
- Disrupted Sleep
- Aches & Pains
- Heart Palpitations
- Allergies & Sensitivities (food, light, medications etc).
- Rapid Weight Change
Symptoms can vary from day to day, and they may range from mild to acute. It is important that other potential causes are ruled out prior to diagnosis of CFS.
NAD – How it Can Minimise Symptoms and Improved General Wellbeing
NAD is essential for optimal cellular function, but modern lifestyle factors such as stress, poor diet, lack of sleep and more can result in insufficient supply of this vital molecule. NAD stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, and it helps the body repair cells and generate energy, improve breathing, pump blood, improve digestion, improve cognitive function and much more. In a nutshell, it helps humans live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.
With age NAD stores will naturally decline, and this can leave you feeling somewhat lethargic. Eating a balanced diet and getting enough exercise are both critical to good health outcomes, but it is also important that NAD stores are replenished to optimum levels.
NAD+ is a natural, holistic therapy which will quickly get to work restoring cells and improving energy conversion/production, helping you to feel more alert and energetic. Studies have shown that a combination of CoQ10 and NADH offers benefits for CFS sufferers, as it boosts mitochondrial function whilst also flooding the body with powerful antioxidants which may assist in repairing DNA damage.
Potential Benefits of NAD Therapy for CFS:
- Improved Mitochondrial Function – Essential for healthy heart, brain, muscle and lung function.
- Supports Energy Production
- Repair DNA Damage and Combat Oxidative Stress
NAD Treatment Process
In order to achieve best results, IV therapy is recommended. This treatment is administered by a registered nurse in the comfortable and peaceful surroundings of our state-of-the-art facility. IV treatment is superior to oral treatment, as it is absorbed by the body almost immediately.
NAD+ will quickly take effect as it begins to repair cellular damage. The process takes a full day, so we invite you to sit back, relax and enjoy the experience. If you ever have any questions, our team of nurses and doctors will be more than happy to help.
Some individuals may notice an improvement in energy levels after the first treatment, but we would normally recommend a series of treatments for best results.
Regain Your Energy Today – Contact NAD Australia
If you’ve been suffering from extreme tiredness for a period of 6 months or more, it’s time to try NAD+ therapy. By directly targeting and repairing cells and restoring mitochondrial function, it is possible to reduce the debilitating effects of fatigue and live a happier, healthier life.
As a natural, holistic therapy this treatment is safe for people of all ages. There are no known side effects, and the entire process is overseen by a registered nurse. If you are open to trying a new and promising form of treatment for CFS, the team at NAD Australia would love to talk to you. Please contact us today to discuss your treatment options with NAD+ IV therapy.
NAD IV therapy is available at The Life Enhancement Clinic – please phone 02 8080 2180, or visit www.TLEC.com.au for further information and to book a treatment.