Addiction Treatment Florida Location

Addiction Treatment Florida Location

Welcome to NAD Treatment Center, a tranquil, all-inclusive wellness retreat.

A Mindful Living approach to wellness takes into account all four aspects and focuses on how they work together to make you whole and healthy as an individual. There are no right or wrong ways to optimize your health and well-being, there is just your own unique way.

Things We Believe In

  • It is challenging to HEAL in the environment that you became sick in. It’s important to give yourself an opportunity to step away from the people, places, and things that have attributed to your imbalanced state.

  • You’ve got to want and will your healing. Others can support you, but ultimately you are responsible for yourself.

  • We are Complex Beings. If one aspect of “who you are” is out of alignment, then it will affect the other parts of you.

  • YOU have worth. YOU have a chance to change.

  • Our hope for you while using IV NAD+ Therapy is to get clarity and understanding of your heart, hopes, and dreams to be able to achieve the next level of success that you desire.


IV NAD+ therapy has a wide range of benefits and helps to alleviate the brain-destroying diseases of alcoholism, addiction, chronic stress, depression, anxiety, and autoimmune disorders. Combining innovation and compassion, our medical and therapeutic team provides healing and hope for people who are looking to relieve their pain and have a better quality of life.  IV NAD+ helps to diminish the effects of withdrawal symptoms and restores brain function to support your ongoing treatment and aftercare. We strive to help you with your personal success for long-term health and happiness. 

Detoxification and Addiction Recovery

Intravenous NAD+ therapy is unlike any other therapy. It helps to rebalance the brain and body which allows for a gentle detoxification with minimal withdrawal symptoms and a reduction in cravings. IV NAD+ therapy is able to flush the toxins out of your body while revitalizing your cells which may have been damaged by substance use, poor diet, chemicals, germs, or infections. Many report the rapid dissipation of brain fog, improved mood, and increased energy from NAD+ therapy, compared to those who use other much less effective detoxification methods. 

Craving Study 

IV NAD+ Therapy for substance abuse disorders continues to challenge clinicians and “cravings” for the abused substance are often impediments to sobriety. However, NicotinamideAdenine Dinucleotide (NAD+) has been used in the past with claims of having anti-craving properties. Previous data from this clinic using a similar formulation of NAD+ support the use of NAD+ as a valid treatment for drug cravings. This pilot study retrospectively examined the anti-craving properties of NAD+ in a group of 60 patients. Additionally, patients were assessed on the severity of cravings and relapse episodes at 12-20 months post-treatment.  

Research shows that NAD IV Therapy also helps significantly lessen the effects of withdrawal. This is why it has been used in IV form since the 1960s to treat withdrawal from a variety of drugs and alcohol. NAD+ helps reduce the severity of drug cravings significantly and thereby reduces relapse episodes even beyond 12 to 20 months post-treatment.


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