From the time your alarm kicks you out of bed in the morning until you reset it at night, there are a multitude of tasks and obligations you must accomplish during your day. Energy provided by your body’s metabolism makes that possible.
But what do you do when your energy reserves aren’t enough to fuel your day? Should you simply accept the fact that aging is part of the problem and your vitality and motivation will naturally decline as you move through life? No.
Medical science continues to study the aging phenomenon, and research persistently reveals that your metabolism relies on a series of natural processes to supply the energy you require, regardless of your age. And these processes occur at the cellular level.
Innovations in technology have provided the medical world an insider’s glimpse at cellular function. It’s been shown repeatedly that nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is a critical component of the metabolic functions that keep your body operating at a healthy level.
Enter NAD therapy. Bridgeway Institute, led by founder Jeffery Cox, MD, provides NAD therapy to re-energize your metabolism and health at the cellular level. Dr. Cox is passionate about this medically sound therapy and the many benefits it offers his patients. Read on to find out why.
What is NAD?
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is a coenzyme your body relies on to unlock the natural chemical substances (enzymes) your system needs to speed up metabolic function, such as breaking down and digesting fats or processing glucose (blood sugar).
Why is NAD important?
We often relate metabolism to gaining or losing weight. But the dictionary defines metabolism as all of the chemical processes that occur within a living organism in order to maintain life.
NAD is vital to more than 100 critical metabolic functions in your body, including energy production, DNA repair, immune system regulation, and reduction of inflammation. NAD also plays an important role in balancing your mood and maintaining mental clarity.
Where does NAD come from naturally?
Your body converts vitamin B3 (niacin) to NAD. Niacin is an essential nutrient that your body cannot manufacture on its own. It’s obtained through your diet, and because it’s water-soluble, you must replenish niacin levels daily. Niacin-rich foods include liver, turkey, ground beef, and brown rice.
Why consider NAD therapy?
Unfortunately, the physical, mental, and emotional stress so common to our day-to-day routines depletes NAD and impairs the way your body uses this valuable coenzyme. And changing your diet to include niacin-rich foods, even with the addition of oral supplements, is often not enough to rebalance NAD levels.
The therapy we provide at Bridgeway Institute replenishes your NAD and helps restore optimal metabolic function. It’s delivered directly into your bloodstream via intravenous (IV) infusion, where it’s immediately available to your cells.
Our patients have noted fantastic results from NAD therapy. This backs up extensive research findings that indicate NAD therapy is beneficial for conditions like:
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Depression and anxiety
- Chronic stress disorders
NAD is also a natural anti-aging solution for inflammation and other processes that contribute to aging at the cellular level.
Your body has an amazing ability to repair and rebuild cells when it receives the right nutrients. This cellular rejuvenation is critical to your overall health. NAD IV therapy can supply the assist your body needs to keep your cells healthy and functioning normally.
For more information about NAD therapy and its re-energizing effects, schedule a consultation at Bridgeway Institute today.