Have you heard about NAD+ IV therapy? It is an exciting therapy that has people talking. But you may not know everything there is to know about NAD+ IV therapy. If that’s the case, this blog is for you because within this blog, we are going to discuss some of the hidden secrets about this fascinating treatment.
Let’s start by looking at what NAD IV therapy is.
NAD+ IV therapy is a safe and efficient treatment that helps patients receive all sorts of useful benefits. It is the injection of the peptide NAD.
Something you may not know is about peptides. Peptides are naturally occurring within the body. They have various important health benefits and perform all sorts of important tasks for human bodies.
NAD, of the aforementioned “NAD IV therapy,” is a peptide, itself. NAD has been observed to potentially decrease one’s internal pains, sharpen one’s cardiovascular health, aid in improving one’s eyesight, speed up one’s injury recovery time, and boost one’s energy. It performs all of these functions by sending signals to the other enzymes in the body and telling them to activate themselves. This gets them to begin their own natural processes and that gets everything in motion.
Thus, it is easy to see how a patient receiving peptide therapy like an infusion of NAD may be very helpful to their health outcomes. NAD is a key coenzyme and positively affects metabolic functions in the body.
Now here’s a little hidden secret about NAD. Some researchers in the field have noticed that there may be a connection between the decreasing levels of NAD in peoples’ bodies and the aging process. Many have begun to wonder if, then, NAD might hold the key to slowing down that very aging process.
The good news about NAD IV therapy is that it’s fairly easy and a fairly quick procedure. The patient has an IV inserted and then is infused with a saline solution containing the NAD. This process takes about an hour. This hour allows the body to absorb as much NAD as possible. The process isn’t too uncomfortable. Many patients don’t even notice it and they will spend their time during the treatment reading or watching a movie. There’s no downtime either. Patients can return to their day when the treatment is over.
The IV is a quite useful way to get the NAD into a patient. It bypasses the digestive system, where patients can lose many of the benefits of a treatment or supplement. With IVs, the patient gets the benefits of the treatment almost immediately, as they are sent into the bloodstream. You also lose fewer benefits this way.
And so, there you go, the secrets of NAD IV therapy exposed. You can learn more about this excellent treatment at the Los Angeles-based RWA Center in Beverly Hills. If you’re interested, give us a call at (310) 407-0542 and book an appointment.