Alcohol Detox With IV NAD+

Intravenous NAD+ therapy has shown to have a 90 percent success rate at reducing the withdrawal symptoms and cravings during Alcohol Detox.

Furthermore, over 90 percent of these patients remained sober for at least 12 months and 20 months. A statistic like this is impressive when compared to the conventional methods of detoxification and rehabilitation.


NAD+ therapy helps rebalance the brain and replenishes your body with the essential coenzyme needed for cellular repair and vitality. In addition to NAD+ therapy, the NAD Treatment Center Detox Method ™ utilizes innovative technology, including the BRIDGE, to help minimize pain and the FEAR of pain.

Effects of Alcohol

The short term effects of alcohol are very different from the long term effects, mostly due to your body and brain trying to adjust to the changes alcohol induces. Your brain has a delicate balance of hormones and neurotransmitters, especially the neurotransmitters that ‘excite’ or ‘inhibit’ neurons.

Alcohol increases inhibitory neurotransmitters, such as gamma-Aminobutyric acid (GABA), known for its sedative effects. At the same time, excitatory neurotransmitters, such as glutamate, are reduced. This explains why most people feel more relaxed after a drink.

Long Term

Over time with consistent and chronic consumption of alcohol, the body will try to rebalance itself by reducing the amount of GABA receptors in the brain and increasing N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors, the excitatory neurotransmitter receptors. The problem begins when someone stops drinking and these receptors become overactive. These cells become excitotoxic and the individual may be prone to seizures and brain cell damage.

Any time alcohol is consumed, the brain produces more dopamine, another neurotransmitter that plays an essential role in motivation.


There is a region within the brain that regulates our addictive behavior, known as the nucleus accumbens. Dopamine acts as a ‘reward signal’ to the region, which reinforces a behavior. Thus, increased levels of dopamine around the nucleus accumbens reinforces the desire to drink more alcohol.


Alcohol Detox with NAD IV Therapy

NAD+ and Alcohol Metabolism

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD), a vitamin B coenzyme, is required to metabolize alcohol. More specifically, NAD+ is reduced to NADH by the enzyme (ALDH) to convert ethanol into acetaldehyde, which is further reduced to acetate in the mitochondria with the help of NAD+. The increased ratio of NADH/NAD+ interferes with mitochondrial activity, which can lead to the development of ketoacidosis and alcoholic fatty liver disease.

Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

The liver metabolizes the majority of ingested alcohol and is subjected to the majority of damage from alcohol. Alcoholic fatty liver disease (AFLD) is caused by chronic alcohol consumption in which toxic byproducts of alcohol metabolism cause damage to liver cells. This is only the first step of even worse alcohol-related liver diseases. Over time and without treatment, it may escalate into cirrhosis.

Alcohol and Epigenetics

Many are unaware that alcohol can alter your epigenetics, or the expression of certain genes. A key enzyme studied by Harvard University, known as sirtuin 1, has the ability to turn on and off certain genes related to aging and cellular repair. Sirtuins rely on NAD+ as a coenzyme in order to be activated. Depleted levels of NAD+ limit the ability of sirtuins to regulate gene expression, thus accelerating cellular aging and preventing repair from damage

Alcohol Detox With IV NAD+ Therapy:

Clients have reported amazing results for Alcohol Detox with the NAD Treatment Center Detox MethodTM.

Our clients have experienced up to a 90% success rate of recovery from Alcohol Dependence, a 45% increase in mental clarity, and a 50% increase in energy after recovery through NAD+.

NAD+ helps rebalance the brain and replenishes your body with the essential coenzyme needed for cellular repair and vitality.

Most clients have felt an amazing sense of well-being and clarity after treatment.

“I didn’t have any withdrawals. That is what I thought was so amazing about NAD.”

-Ross Grant, Ph.D, at the NAD+ Brain Therapy Summit 2016

“Just one drink of alcohol can eliminate one day’s worth of NAD production that the body makes.”



It’s important to note that NAD+ therapy is not a replacement for rehabilitation, and it is recommended to follow up with an after care program after NAD+ assisted detoxification from Alcohol.

The NAD Treatment Center often refers patients to trusted aftercare and sober living facilites to ensure the best recovery and rehab.

What can NAD+ do for you?