1. What is NAD+ IV therapy?

  • NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) is a critical co-enzyme naturally found in every cell of our body.
  • NAD levels naturally decline due to aging, stress, and environmental factors.
  • It is an intravenous therapy which can help to overcome a wide variety of symptoms which are associated to aging, increasing metabolism, maintains DNA integrity, repair cellular damage, improve mental clarity and boosting our body's overall energy and immunity.

2. How does MediNAD+ therapy work?

MediNAD+ is formulated in US and play few significant roles in our body, such as: -

  • Oxidation reduction (redox) reactions. These reactions are part of metabolic system and convert food into energy which our body needs to function properly.
  • To regulate circadian and metabolic rhythm which maintains DNA integrity and health that functions as quality control mechanism for new proteins.
  • Works on mitochondria health and helps in preserving telomeres in cells.

3. Why is MediNAD+ therapy is important?

  • Reduction in NAD+ level in our body can lead to metabolic disorders such as obesity and insulin resistance.
  • NAD+ level declines with age and may be impacted by various lifestyle factors such as poor diet, stress, and lack of sleep
  • NAD+ therapy is important because it plays an important role in cellular metabolism and DNA repair.
  • By increasing NAD+ level through therapy, individuals may be able to support these important cellular processes and improve their overall health and well-being.

4. Benefits of MediNAD+ IV therapy.

  • Improves cognitive function (memory), mental clarity and concentration.
  • Reduce fatigue, improves overall energy level and metabolic process.
  • Immune Cell signalling to enhance our body immunity.
  • Aids in weight loss
  • Elevates mood and battles depression and anxiety.
  • Improves athletic performance.
  • Slow down aging process as NAD involves in DNA repair and assists in preserving telomeres in our cells.
  • Improves cardiac functions for our heart.

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