• Ose Okojie

The Many Benefits of NAD IV Therapy




There are many physical benefits to NAD IV therapy, and any one of these improvements may be life-changing.

May enhance cardiovascular health.

May enhance energy levels.

May boost metabolism.

May defend against inflammation.

Injuries may heal faster.

Pain may decrease.

May enhance eyesight.

May enhance hearing.

You produce plenty of NAD in your youth, but as you age, you produce less and less, and your body and mind begin to decline as a result.

NAD therapy is offered at Restore Hyper Wellness Applewood in Wheat Ridge Colorado to restore your waning supply of NAD. NAD therapy is administered intravenously (IV), ensuring maximum bioavailability of this vital coenzyme. There are multiple benefits to this simple procedure.

Here’s what you need to know.

Back in school, you probably learned about cell structure. You'll recall that the mitochondria provide all the energy in the cell. You may not know that NAD is the powerhouse behind the powerhouse - a coenzyme of niacin (B3) that is found in all living cells.

The more NAD you have, the more efficient your mitochondria are at DNA repair, energy regulation, gene expression, transcription, and cell signaling.

These critical functions happen at the molecular level, so they can only be seen through a microscope, but there are plenty of tangible changes you may see in your mental and physical health.

Mental benefits of NAD therapy

Loss of cognitive function is a characteristic sign of aging. You often forget things, have trouble concentrating, and feel your brain is foggy or cloudy. NAD therapy slows or stops the progression of this decline by supplying the body with the coenzyme it needs.

You’ll have:

A greater sense of clarity in the mind

Memory improvement

Concentration at high levels

Mood improvement

Ability to solve problems more effectively.

In addition to helping you battle depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders, NAD therapy may boost your brain function.

Physical benefits of NAD therapy

In the body, NAD acts as a "helper molecule" by binding to other enzymes and helping them do their jobs better. Your cells have a huge impact on how you look and feel. NAD therapy has numerous physical benefits, and any one of them may improve your quality of life.

May enhance cardiovascular health.

May enhance energy levels.

May boost metabolism.

May defend against inflammation.

Injuries may heal faster.

Pain may decrease.

May enhance eyesight.

May enhance hearing.

It is evident that NAD therapy may dramatically improve your overall health, as well as the symptoms of some serious diseases.

Studies show that NAD therapy can mitigate the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. The exact cause of Alzheimer's disease is unknown, but we know it involves cell death and mitochondrial dysfunction, both of which NAD addresses. Additionally, NAD's neuroprotective properties may prevent this damage from occurring in the first place.

The use of NAD may also be beneficial for treating:

May help with Diseases such as Parkinson's

May help with Depression and anxiety

May help with Disorders associated with sleep

May help with Symptoms of Dementia

May help with Migraines

May help with Substance abuse problem

May help with Hypertension

May help with a High level of cholesterol

May help with Chronic fatigue.

Is NAD therapy right for you?

Infections at the injection site are the only potential side effects of NAD therapy. Whether you want to delay the classic effects of aging or slow down what has already started, NAD therapy may be the answer.

To learn more about NAD therapy and what it can do for you, schedule a consultation with Dr. Okojie today by calling our office or booking an appointment online.


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References: https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.1718819115