Executive Medical and Surgical Associates

NAD+ Therapy

NAD+ Therapy services in Colton and Costa Mesa, CA

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NAD+ research has been found to prevent brain cell damage, decrease inflammation, and fight the oxidative processes that cause aging and disease. At Executive Medical and Surgical Associates in Colton and Costa Mesa, California, Darren L. Bergey, MD, offers a range of restorative and alternative treatments, including the very important coenzyme NAD IV therapy. Find out more about the invigorating effects of NAD+ by calling either office or booking an appointment online today.

NAD+ Therapy Q & A

What is NAD?

NAD is short for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, a substance naturally present in all your cells. Your body needs NAD to ensure that cells function correctly, in particular, the mitochondria portion of cells that are responsible for energy metabolism.

When you’re young, your cells are full of NAD, which is why children so often seem to have unending reserves of energy. As your body ages, the levels of NAD in your cells decline, meaning the mitochondria can’t perform their role as effectively.

As a consequence, energy levels drop and you begin to notice the effects of the aging process. Research indicates links between failing mitochondria and serious health conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and heart disease.

NAD oral supplements usually contain the inactive form of NAD, called NADH, which requires your body to convert into NAD+. The problem with supplements is that they are poorly absorbed, leading to a loss of a significant quantity of the active ingredient in oral NAD supplements.

What is NAD+ therapy?

In contrast, intravenous (IV) infusion of NAD, which bypasses your digestive tract and delivers the NAD directly into your bloodstream. IV infusion enables 100% absorption of NAD+.

What can I expect from a NAD+ therapy session?

Receiving NAD+ via therapy at Executive Medical and Surgical Associates involves spending a pleasant morning or afternoon at their office location in Colton or Costa Mesa. 

After the initial poke as the IV needle goes into a vein, you simply lie back and relax while the NAD infusion feeds steadily into your bloodstream. 

Once your session is over, you’re free to carry on with your day as normal.

Is NAD+ therapy safe?

NAD is a substance that your body produces naturally, so NAD+ therapy doesn’t typically cause any negative responses. The therapy is very safe and well tolerated by most people.

To ensure you receive the highest quality care, you’re under the supervision of a highly qualified physician, Dr. Bergey. You can be confident everyone in the clinic maintains exemplary standards regarding infection control.

NAD+ therapy is an exciting form of therapy for boosting health and restoring energy levels, and researchers are continually discovering new information about the potential of NAD. To take advantage of this natural, effective way of boosting your vitality, call Executive Medical and Surgical Associates or book an appointment online today.