NAD+ Therapy in Cincinnati, Ohio
Rejuvenate and Optimize
As we age, a coenzyme found in every living cell called NAD+ naturally declines. This molecule binds with other enzymes to help trigger molecular reactions throughout the body, making it an important part of an optimized body. NAD+ Therapy in Cincinnati helps to replenish the diminished levels and helps to optimize healthy living.
NAD+ Therapy can help with many effects of aging & chronic conditions.
What is NAD+?
NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a crucial coenzyme of vitamin B3 (niacin) which can be found in every cell in your body. NAD+ is required for your cells to function. It serves two main functions:
Turns nutrients into energy & serves as a helper in regulating other cellular functions such as DNA repair
NAD levels progressively decline with age. Common aspects of aging, such as oxidative stress, decline in mitochondrial production, and the inflammatory response, can all lead to decreases in NAD levels. Other factors that decrease NAD levels include:
Excessive Sun Exposure
How doEs NAD+ Therapy Work?
NAD+ Therapy can improve several health conditions or can be used as part of a healthy living protocol. NAD+ works by encouraging ATP production by the mitochondria (the powerhouse of the cell that generates energy.) Several conditions are associated with the decline of ATP production/mitochondrial function including: neurological diseases, insulin resistance, anxiety, depression, poor sleep, decline in cognition/memory, chronic fatigue, inflammatory conditions or any chronic disease.
This therapy increases the supply of NAD and helps to promote every natural process that relies on this coenzyme.
We offer two types of NAD Therapy in Cincinnati, Ohio: Intravenous therapy (IV) and intramuscular therapy (IM). IV NAD drip therapy is administered directly into the patient’s arm, this type of administration typically takes about 2 hours to complete. Our IM therapy is administered via a shot into the upper arm, thigh or buttocks, the amount administered this way is lower compared to IV drip therapy. A series of several injections or IV’s are recommended as a loading dose to help your body adequately adjust and help with therapy sessions over an extended period of time.
The therapy sessions themselves can feel calming or rejuvenating. Some report feeling tired or sore after their initial NAD+ sessions, this is normal and can be attributed to your body’s need for NAD+!
- Improved mental clarity
- Increased energy, endurance and recovery
- Improved mood
- Better sleep
- Promotes DNA repair
- Reduced inflammation
- Lengthen telomeres
- Normalize circadian rhythm
- Improve metabolism
- Improved exercise tolerance, performance & recovery
- Improved immune support
- Reduced cravings
5 minutes – 120 minutes, depending on the delivery method.
Minimal to None.
Potential Side Effects
- Redness, bruising or soreness at injection site
- Increase heart rate
- Generalized weakness
- Chest tightness
Process & Results for NAD
Your initial consultation with one of our providers for NAD Therapy in Cincinnati, Ohio will begin with a thorough look into your past medical and surgical history, family history, and current medications, with specific attention paid to the symptoms you are struggling with.
We recommend coming in for sessions 2 times weekly for 4 weeks before effects are noted.
Take your therapy further by leading a healthy lifestyle: Avoid processed foods, trans fats, environmental toxins, excessive alcohol intake, smoking and get regular exercise.
Continued therapeutic effects occur with weekly sessions. NAD’s biological influence continues to support health after injections.
Treatments that pair well with NAD+ Therapy
Pairing treatments can get you dramatic results
Combining treatments can be the answer to getting the most out of your NAD+ Therapy. Depending on your goals, sometimes other treatments may be needed to optimize overall quality of life. We have found NAD+ Therapy combines well with recommended supplements available in our office, alongside other IV therapies and lipotropic injections. When you come in for your consultation, your provider can speak to you about combining your treatments.