IV NAD+ Therapy for
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
What causes chronic fatigue syndrome?
No one yet knows the exact cause of CFS because it can resemble many other types of illnesses. Certain types of infections, autoimmune conditions, disruptions in adrenal hormones, nutritional deficiencies and low blood pressure can increase your risk of CFS. A well known theory, however, relating to the pathology of CFS has a narrowed focus on mitochondrial dysfunction as a causative factor.
Mitochondria Are Like Energy Factories
Mitochondria are miniature energy factories found in almost every living cell in your body. Besides energy production, mitochondria serve other important roles, such as calcium regulation and cell death. To get a better understanding, think of a string lights. If a couple bulbs goes out, you probably won’t notice a difference. If the string burns out, however the room goes dark. Luckily your cells have numerous mitochondria within the cell for exactly that reason.
The cells that rely upon mitochondria the most are the heart, brain, muscles and lungs. Can you imagine what it would feel like if these vital organs and tissues had less energy? Would you be able to think clearly? Have enough energy to walk up a flight stairs? Get winded faster? Mitochondrial dysfunction systemically affects the body, resulting in a wide range of symptoms and conditions.
"After I found NAD, there was a breaking through. My pain went away."
How is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Diagnosed?
In order to be diagnosed with CFS by a doctor, you must exhibit four or more of the following symptoms for at least six months:
Progressive or persistent fatigue
Memory loss or difficulty concentrating
Not refreshed after a night’s sleep
Frequent sore throat
Tender lymph nodes