News about the opioid epidemic is all over the news lately.
We’re glad it is because it’s a serious issue which needs to be addressed immediately. However, it’s not the only addiction which is taking loved ones away from their families.
Millions of people around the country have fallen to recreational and prescription drug addiction, as well as alcohol abuse.
Thankfully, there’s a form of treatment known as brain restoration through NAD therapy which can treat addiction in a natural, healthy way. What is NAD therapy?
Using NAD therapy, we’ve been able to treat people with various types of addictions, including those addicted to opioids, heroin, and alcohol.
NAD therapy is a way to revitalize the brain using an all-natural substance which diminishes in our bodies as we get older. NAD stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, which is a molecule in the cells of the body. It is a coenzyme of niacin and it binds to proteins in order to activate enzymes.
Basically, these little molecules help the cells of our brain and body function better. When we have optimal levels of NAD, it’s easier to successfully overcome addiction and lead a happy, healthy, energized life.
Here are just a few of the reasons we recommend this form of treatment so highly.
Addiction is a really difficult thing for most people to overcome, whether it’s an addiction to drugs or alcohol. The brain is constantly crying out for the next fix to help a person feel calmer or to give them more energy.
It’s easy to fall into addictive behavior, but it can be difficult to get out of it, which is why many doctors in rehab facilities recommend prescription medications. These medications can mimic the effects of the drugs or alcohol, without the harmful side-effects. This makes the detox process easier to go through.
Unfortunately, this is also another way to add harmful chemicals into the body. This is why we encourage people to try NAD therapy. This is a natural way to restore the brain to peak performance.
Because NAD therapy is natural, there’s less risk of harmful side-effects, like:
Utilizing NAD in the medical sector hasn’t just been limited to addiction treatment. Studies have been done to see how well an average, healthy, middle-aged human reacts to NAD therapy.
The results are astounding. This treatment has a restorative effect on the entire body, including the brain. It can rev up a person’s metabolism, which is something which is often lacking as we age.
There’s also some evidence this form of therapy can reduce blood pressure and arterial stiffness, but more studies need to be done for conclusive results.
Another study done on older mice showed those with increased levels of NAD were just as strong, fit, and energized as mice half their age.
Those who have tried NAD therapy have noticed they have a reduction in stress, depression, and anxiety. All of these, as well as drug and alcohol addiction, can take a huge toll on the body as well as the mind.
NAD therapy has provided our patients with improved mood, energy, and focus, all of which is essential in beating addiction.
Brain restoration through the use of NAD has given patients some incredible results. Within 10 days, they may experience a complete detox, all without having to deal with the horrible cravings and withdrawal symptoms of a typical detox.
How is NAD administered? High levels of NAD are given to patients intravenously. The restorative effect is noticeable within a matter of two to three days in some cases.
With more NAD in the body, the cells function better, leading to more energy and the repair of brain cells as well as DNA. In effect, we’re able to treat the root cause of addiction with this therapy.
If you or a loved one has been struggling with addiction of any kind, we highly recommend you investigate NAD therapy and its benefits.
This form of treatment can have a profound impact not just on addiction, but on a person’s entire life and wellbeing. Just imagine the prospect of an addiction-free future. This form of treatment is a truly powerful way to regain control of your life.