FAQ - NAD+ Addiction Therapy

NAD+ Addiction Therapy:

How does NAD+ work in Addiction?

Drug abuse fundamentally alters the structures and neurotransmitter makeup of the brain. NAD+ repairs and restores those brain structures; restores the chemical imbalances created by substance abuse. NAD+ also rebuilds the lost neural connections improving mood, memory and focus.

NAD+ is successfully used for:

  • Detoxifying from addictive substances (Opioids, Alcohol, Stimulants, Benzodiazepines)
  • Treating PAWS (Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome)
  • Reducing anxiety and depression
  • Reducing chronic or acute stress
  • Reducing PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)

  • NAD also stands for “Nature Assisted Detox”  NAD+ reduces cravings associated with alcohol and opiate withdrawal. NAD+ is a more natural solution compared to the prescription drugs suboxone, naltrexone or methadone. . After only 10-12 consecutive treatments of intravenous NAD+, people battling addiction have a better chance to live a more fulfilling life  

    NAD+ intravenous therapy replenishes the drained enzymes and targets brain restoration, eliminating or minimizing cravings.  NAD+ infusions provide near - immediate relief of withdrawal symptoms  encouraging addicts to continue pursuing sobriety. They feel more alive with increasing energy and clarity of thinking.
    Each NAD+ bag is boosted with vitamins, minerals and amino acids including glutamine, tryptophan and tyrosine to heighten production of neurotransmitters.