Nad iv Therapy
Drug and Alcohol Addictions
Drug addictions are difficult to overcome. They take hold of an individuals mind and body as they crave for the drug or alcohol of choice. Whether it is nicotine, alcohol, opiates, or any other drug, it is difficult to break free of its hold. The more use, the more an individual will need to make them feel “normal”.
An addiction leaves less self-control in a persons personal and professional life. This can lead to developing destructive habits that impact on everything they do and the people in their life. Trying to give up is hard as the drugs or alcohol alters the chemical makeup of the brain. So, when a person stops taking the drug of choice the brain has trouble adjusting. Withdrawal symptoms can be severe. These may include hallucinations, fever, seizures and sweating. This is what may prevent individuals from trying to quit a drug or alcohol addiction for the longterm.
NAD can help overcome drug and alcohol addictions
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is an activated type of vitamin B3 that occurs naturally in your body. It is a coenzyme that exists in every cell in your body and becomes depleted over time for many reasons. Ageing, anxiety, neurodegenerative diseases, stress and addiction deplete your natural reserves of NAD.
Undergoing NAD IV therapy to help maintain sobriety and manage addiction may provide the following benefits:
- increase energy levels
- lessen withdrawal symptoms
- reduce tiredness
- decrease cravings
- detoxify your system
- regulate moods
- help restore your brain and repair the neurotransmitters.
Though an individual may be recovering from an addiction, the drugs or alcohol will have damaged their body, and this will take time to repair. NAD IV therapy aims at restoring NAD levels to assist in improving energy levels, cognitive function and focus. Aiding to rejuvenate mental clarity and repair damage to the neurotransmitters in the brain.
NAD IV therapy
NAD IV therapy is not an instant cure. It will not cure an addiction overnight. NAD therapy is an ideal addition to a detoxification plan to help prevent a relapse and maintain sobriety. NAD therapies for addictions can take 5 or more hours and require multiple sessions. An assessment by a medical professional will be conducted along with a recommended treatment plan.
Benefits of NAD therapy
Long-term alcohol or drug use alters the makeup of an individuals brain. When an individual stops, the brain needs to relearn how to function on its own after using chemically altering substances. Until these heal, an individual may continue to suffer withdrawal symptoms. NAD’s role in the body energises cells and to assist brain neurotransmitters to repair and rebalance themselves. NAD IV therapy aims to reduce withdrawal symptoms to promote an increase in a sense of wellbeing and think with greater clarity.
Advantages of NAD compared to other methods
NAD therapy aims at replenishing the bodies stores of NAD aiding to reduce these physical cravings within a few days. Being withdrawal symptom free makes it easier to stay drug or alcohol free. Not having to suffer the physical symptoms of of ongoing withdrawal can help prevent relapse.
NAD+ IV therapy process
Please Note: Although NAD+ IV Therapy is being described by many as a miracle cure due to the amazing benefits being reported. It is strongly advised to be used in conjunction with other therapies to address the issues that resulted in the use of drugs or alcohol to prevent any further relapse. The closest effective treatment has been psychotherapy, which actually helps rewire the brain. More research needs to be done regarding NAD and the impact on the brain and addiction. But so far, patients and clinicians have seen incredible transformations when using NAD as a detox method.