Conditions We Treat
We collaborate with leading experts, and aim to be at the forefront of learning more about the benefits of NAD+ in treating other disorders and disease states. As researchers discover additional use cases for NAD+, we will incorporate those therapies into our programs.
NAD+ offers hope & support for the following conditions:
Addiction and Substance Abuse
Addiction is a chronic disease that alters the chemistry of the brain. Restoration of proper brain biochemistry helps to break the addiction.
Our NAD+ protocol replenishes brain nutrients that have been depleted by substance abuse. It restores clarity of mind, stabilizes moods and reduces cravings. This helps patients break free of alcohol and drug addictions with minimal withdrawal symptoms.
Long-term stress can have a negative effect on our mental and physical health. It impedes our sleep, digestion, healing and cognitive abilities. Chronic stress can be an underlying contributor to autoimmune diseases, heart disease, osteoarthritis, obesity, depression, anxiety and more.
Our NAD+ protocols can help to break the stress cycle and restore brain function so you can get back to feeling good and enjoying your life.
Depression and Anxiety
There are many factors that contribute to depression and anxiety. These conditions cannot be explained by a chemical imbalance or deficiency alone, but experts are learning that NAD+ levels do play a role.
If your depression or anxiety is caused by stress, medications, or mood disorders, we believe that it may benefit you to incorporate NAD+ into your treatment plan.
Chronic illness affects millions of people. These conditions typically do not have a cure and are managed through medication and lifestyle changes. For many people, it is difficult to do the things they enjoy and often leads to depression and a feeling of hopelessness.
NAD+ therapy has been shown to be capable of dramatically reducing symptoms of these illnesses by boosting the body’s natural cell repair.
NAD+ qualifies as a supplement under the Food and Drug Administration guidelines and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.