It is found in every single cell in your body, regulating how quickly your cells age. NAD+ is an essential coenzyme of Vitamin B3 (niacin) that promotes cellular regeneration. It is also involved in the conversion of cellular energy. Studies have found that by replenishing cellular levels of NAD+, like via intravenous treatment, it can repair DNA, protect brain cells from damage, reduce inflammation and turn on enzymes that help prevent aging.
By activating enzymes called “sirtuins” via intravenous NAD+ directly into your bloodstream, it helps you control your “good genes” in ways that promote healthy aging. With 100% absorption, it works rapidly to repair cells throughout the body and neurons in the brain. There are over 5,000 different biochemical reactions throughout our bodies and enzymes like NAD+ participate in more reactions than any other vitamin-derived molecule. That’s a huge job for just one enzyme and a humbling new perspective about work.
Our bodies naturally produce NAD+ but it has been observed to decline with age, hindering the natural repair mechanisms within our cells. So, if you can increase the levels of NAD+ in your body, you may be able to stay healthy longer. There are numerous therapeutic benefits from intravenous NAD+ therapy for anti-aging. By replenishing cells with NAD+ you are also activating the restorative enzymes involved with regulating inflammation.
Some would even go as far to call intravenous NAD+ a miracle detox. With proper IV treatment it can serve as a catalyst in ultimate brain renovation, allowing us to mentally reach higher than ever before. It is also known to alleviate drug dependency through renovation of opiate receptors. When administered in conjunction with other forms of substance abuse recovery treatments, studies have shown it helps eliminate cravings.
As with all science, there is always loads more research that can be done but to date most studies have shown to produce profound benefits of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. Fingers crossed, looks like we may figure out a way turn back time after all.