What Is NAD Therapy?
NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is an enzyme that is found in every living cell. While the body automatically produces NAD, as we begin to age, the less our bodies produce the molecule. The lack of NAD in our bodies can create aging, illness, and disease.
Now used in therapeutic processes for anti-aging and promoting wellness and health, studies from the National Institute of Health have found that NAD can also be used to help maintain healthy organized and restore neurological symptoms to optimal functioning. NAD Therapy is administered through IV therapy, where the body receives infusions with different vitamins and supplements. These holistic supplements can help mitigate uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms and promote feelings of wellness. In addition, NAD Therapy can help speed up the body’s healing process from the toll of addiction and substance use disorder.
Who Is NAD Therapy For
Those who are feeling decreased energy levels, mentally impaired or constantly fatigued can benefit from NAD Therapy. In addition, for those going through drug withdrawal and alcohol withdrawal, NAD Therapy has been shown to restore cells and regenerate opioid receptors in the brain, often reducing cravings and symptoms. NAD Therapy is a recommended resource for those looking for a holistic method of healing and committed to long-term recovery. While NAD Therapy isn’t a quick fix to addiction in itself, it is an extremely useful tool.
Benefits of NAD Therapy
NAD Therapy has a multitude of positive benefits not only that impact the physical, but the mental, emotional, and psychological.
Improves Brain Health
NAD cells help the brain’s functioning by helping cells regenerate themselves and guards against damage from illness or disease. Overall, NAD Therapy can improve your brain’s functioning, mental clarity, and memory.
Substance abuse creates a toll on the body. NAD Therapy can restore these cells by repairing DNA damage and reverse any damaged cells that may have come from substance use disorder. This helps restore depleted energy levels and improves overall functioning.
Alcohol and Drug Withdrawal Symptoms
NAD Therapy can help speed up the detox process by alleviating withdrawal symptoms and flushing the harmful chemicals and toxins out of an individual’s body, ultimately kickstarting the healing process. Restoring depleted NAD enzymes can also help to regulate anxiety and depression from substance use disorder.
What To Expect During NAD Therapy
At Marina Harbor Detox, our intimate and luxury detox facility creates a structured, supportive and comfortable atmosphere for you to start the process of recovery. With executive prepped meals, individual rooms, and experienced clinicians and medical professionals, our goal is to create a space for you to detox safely and comfortably with the best chances of success. NAD Therapy typically takes anywhere from two to four hours, and a medical professional will administer an IV to your arm while monitoring the process. While going through a treatment, you can rest comfortably, take in the picturesque views of San Francisco, or watch a movie or TV while you relax and begin to feel the effects of NAD Therapy take hold.
Side Effects of NAD Therapy
Following NAD Therapy, you can expect to feel more rejuvenated, energized, and during withdrawal, less symptomatic. The number of sessions you have can vary depending on your goals and duration of your detox. However, some common side effects of NAD Therapy can include:
- Reduced anxiety and depression
- Improved sleep
- Increased energy
- Improved clarity
- Improved concentration
- Alleviated withdrawal symptoms
NAD Therapy in San Francisco
At Marina Harbor Detox, we offer NAD Therapy to compliment our drug detox and alcohol detox services. Our luxury 6-bed detox facility offers a picturesque setting to address maladaptive behaviors and begin the process of addiction. If you or a loved one are struggling with substance abuse or addiction, it’s important to know that help is available. Reach out to Marina Harbor Detox today to begin the journey of recovery.