Why Addiction is Hard to Overcome and How NAD Therapy Can Help

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Why Addiction is Hard to Overcome and How NAD Therapy Can Help

Addiction takes a heavy toll on your mind and body. Avoiding a relapse can be difficult.  Addiction is chronic, progressive, and it can be fatal if left untreated.

What is Drug Addiction?

Addiction is a complex and chronic brain disease. It is classified as a disease because it involves changes in the structure of the brain as well as how the brain works. Changes in the brain can be long-lasting. Drugs have been known to alter vital areas in the brain that are necessary for life-sustaining functions, which then creates the compulsive drug use that triggers addiction.

Drug addiction is a disease where a person regularly seeks out drugs such as alcohol, opiates, illicit substance and nicotine. Those who are suffering from addiction believe they have control over their usage. However, over time, larger doses may be needed. Many people become reliant on their drug of choice to feel a baseline of normal. People who are addicted lose self-control in not only their personal lives, but their professional lives as well.

How NAD Therapy Can Help You Beat Addiction

NAD is a co-enzyme that your body naturally produces. These natural reserves become depleted over time due to factors such as age, stress, anxiety, neuro disorders, etc. Addiction and substance abuse can also deplete your body’s reserve of NAD.

Changes in the brain can be long lasting without treatment. Those who struggle with addiction feel as though they cant function normally without their drug of choice.

NAD IV Therapy can help you throughout the recovery process, so you can get clean.

A few ways NAD for addiction can help:

  • Detoxify your body
  • Reduce Cravings
  • Assists Brain Restoration
  • Stabilizes Mood
  • Increased Energy
  • Decrease Withdrawal Symptoms

“How can I kick my addiction with just an infusion of some concoction?  What about withdrawal?  Side effects?  And, if it really works, will it last?”

NAD is all natural and organic—in quite a literal sense it is something you, as a living organism, naturally produce. NAD is already in everyone’s cells—your body produces its own NAD. When NAD gets used as fuel in your mitochondria, the body tries to recycle it. In recovery, your cells are running low on NAD but with NAD IV Therapies, every single cell in your body is getting flooded with something massively beneficial.

NAD Therapy is not a miracle cure. It will not beat addiction overnight. However, NAD IV Therapy Treatment is a powerful tool to help you avoid the chance of relapse.

Since NAD is a detoxifier, it takes days (rather than weeks or months), to flush out stored drugs from the body and its organs, replenish balance in the brain, and reverse damage. Results can be mental clarity, cognitive function increase, focus and concentration returns, more energy, better mood, positive outlook. And this happens cold turkey.

NAD IV Therapy: Healing The Brain from Addiction

When it comes to drugs and addictive substances, chronic use wreaks havoc on our brains. Certain drugs cause more damage than others. The worst culprits are the stimulants: speed, meth and MDMA. All stimulants are really rough as they deplete the brain of its natural production of energy and it’s natural stores of NAD in addition to many other vitamins. They burn out the brain, running it down to empty and if there’s no place to stop and refuel, you might just have a complete breakdown.

Road to Recovery

If you’re struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction and want to lead a clean and healthy lifestyle, consider the unique treatment program at Bridgeway Institute. team provide NAD-centered treatments to improve your health and wellness at a cellular level and help you become free from the bonds of addiction.

Call or schedule a consultation online today to learn how this unique approach to treating addiction can help you.

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