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What is NAD+?

NAD stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide.

It is a coenzyme found in all living cells and plays an important role in promoting health and prolonging lifespan.

Studies have shown that NAD can help battle many effects of aging and chronic conditions on the human body and brain.

Including, long Covid, mental fog, PTSD, and drug and alcohol addiction.

How does NAD+ work?

NAD+ depletes as we age and as levels reduce we become more susceptible to age related illness.

NAD+ is 100% bioavailable and binds to other enzymes in the body to activate them and generate molecular reactions.

Many biological processes performed in the body can be aided by the co-enzyme.

NAD therapy reduces inflammation and can be highly effective in treating diseases like arthritis and fibromyalgia.

Who can have NAD Therapy?

People who are struggling with the side effects of aging, suffering from age-related illnesses or chronic conditions are excellent candidates.

But younger people can benefit too.

Athletes who want to enhance performance and endurance, speed up recovery time after intense exercise, or recover faster from injury use NAD therapy to help the body repair.

NAD can be used in conjunction with other antioxidant treatments like Glutathione.

Benefits of NAD Therapy

Because the NAD+ coenzyme is used in so many of the body's processes there are a large number of benefits to receiving NAD therapy treatment.

Reduce Pain and Inflammation
Increase Cognitive Function
Boost Energy
Relieve Symptoms of Depression
Support Addiction Recovery
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Helps with Weight Management
Slows the Aging Process
Enhance Athletic Performance
Prevents onset of Age Related Illness
Relieve Chronic Fatigue
Combats Long Covid Symptoms

What the studies say

There has been a huge amount of research and studies conducted into NAD therapy and its benefits. Here are just a few:

More research

Research into NAD+ and its effects is detailed in this short video from Harvard University.

Increased Sirtuin Activity

Sirtuins are the longevity-genes shown to be active during caloric restriction and life-extension.

DNA Repair

Research and understanding into NAD+ metabolomics are ongoing, but what the science has highlighted thus far, is the importance of supporting and maintaining our NAD+ levels

Find out if NAD Therapy is right for you

Speak to our experienced clinical team and get all of your questions answered.

Appointments may be limited based on demand.

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