Osmosis Lounge is a wellness center that includes NAD therapy among our services. The NAD+ IV therapy offered by the center is designed to deliver a high dose of NAD+ directly into the bloodstream, allowing for maximum absorption and effectiveness. A licensed medical professional administers NAD therapy at Osmosis Lounge in a comfortable and relaxing setting.
What Is NAD?
NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) is an important coenzyme found in all living cells. It carries out many essential physiological processes and is involved in energy metabolism, DNA repair, gene expression, and cellular signaling. NAD plays an important role in the oxidation-reduction reactions that transfer electrons between metabolic enzymes. It also helps to regulate the activity of enzymes by providing them with necessary electrons or protons.
Unfortunately, NAD levels decrease as we age. Contributing factors to this decline include but are not limited to lifestyle factors like poor diet, stress, lack of exercise, and exposure to environmental toxins. Subsequently we can feel this with increased fatigue, weight gain, disrupted sleep, impaired cognition, and accelerated aging. Supplementation with nutrients known to support NAD production or increase its activity may help combat this age-related decline.
How Does NAD Therapy Work?
NAD therapy is a type of treatment that aims to restore balance and vitality in the body by increasing the levels of NAD, a coenzyme that is naturally present in our cells and is essential for various metabolic processes. NAD plays a vital role in energy production, DNA repair, and cell signaling, and low levels of NAD can cause fatigue and other age-related symptoms.
NAD therapy involves providing the body with NAD through supplements or intravenous infusions. It has been used for many years to treat different physical and mental health ailments and research has shown that it can improve energy levels, improve mental clarity, and reduce inflammation.
What Conditions Can NAD Therapy Treat?
NAD therapy is believed to have a wide range of therapeutic benefits. According to some studies, NAD+ supplementation may help to reduce inflammation, while also having neuroprotective effects in the brain in those with neurodegenerative diseases. This includes the support of symptoms from withdrawal of substance abuse and addiction, neurodegenerative diseases such as parkinson's, chronic fatigue syndrome, mental health conditions, and age-related decline. However, the evidence supporting the effectiveness and safety of NAD therapy for specific health ailments is still limited, and larger, randomized controlled trials are needed to confirm its therapeutic potential.
As such, NAD therapy should only be used under the supervision of a healthcare professional.
Is NAD Therapy Safe?
NAD therapy is generally safe, but there can be potential risks for adverse reactions with certain medications or conditions. Intravenous administration should only be done by qualified medical professionals to reduce the risk of infection and for proper monitoring. Most people experience minimal side effects such as mild nausea, headaches, or redness around the injection site if anything at all, and serious side effects are rare. It is recommended to discuss one's individual health history and medications with a healthcare provider before starting any type of infusion or IV drip therapy, including NAD therapy to ensure safety and well-being.
What to Expect During NAD Therapy?
NAD therapy can vary depending on the method of administration and individual factors. At Osmosis Lounge, Intravenous (IV) administration of NAD usually takes a few hours, with most treatment sessions lasting between 2-4 hours. Length of time is different for each person as it is influenced by the dose and the rate at which the infusion goes in. Individuals may experience mild side effects such as mild nausea, headaches, chest tightness or aching around the injection site and slowing down the rate will alleviate those symptoms. Most people report feeling energized and focused during and after the therapy.
Getting NAD Therapy At Osmosis Lounge
Ready to experience the benefits of NAD therapy? Book your appointment at Osmosis Lounge today. Our qualified medical professionals provide a comfortable and relaxing environment for your therapy. Don't wait any longer to feel your best self—book your NAD therapy appointment now!
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