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NAD+ INFUSIONS 

What are NAD+ Infusions?

NAD+ infusions, or intravenous administration of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+), have gained attention in recent years for their potential health benefits. NAD+ is a coenzyme found in all living cells and plays a crucial role in various biological processes, including energy metabolism and DNA repair. Here are some potential benefits associated with NAD+ infusions:

  1. Energy Production: NAD+ is involved in cellular energy production through its role in the process of cellular respiration, particularly in the electron transport chain. Some people claim that NAD+ infusions can increase energy levels and improve overall vitality.

  2. Anti-Aging Effects: NAD+ has been linked to various aspects of aging, including mitochondrial function, DNA repair, and cellular senescence. Some research suggests that increasing NAD+ levels may help mitigate age-related decline and promote longevity. However, more studies are needed to confirm these effects in humans.

  3. Neuroprotection: NAD+ is involved in maintaining the health and function of neurons. It has been studied for its potential neuroprotective effects against conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and other neurodegenerative disorders. Some evidence suggests that boosting NAD+ levels could support brain health and cognitive function.

  4. Detoxification: NAD+ is a cofactor for enzymes involved in detoxification pathways, particularly in the liver. Some proponents suggest that NAD+ infusions may support liver function and help the body eliminate toxins more efficiently.

  5. Addiction Recovery: There is some interest in using NAD+ infusions as part of addiction recovery programs, particularly for substance abuse disorders such as alcoholism and drug addiction. NAD+ is thought to help restore balance in the brain's reward system and reduce cravings.

  6. Enhanced Athletic Performance: Some athletes and fitness enthusiasts believe that NAD+ infusions can improve exercise performance and recovery by enhancing energy metabolism and reducing oxidative stress. However, scientific evidence supporting this claim is limited.

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