Intravenous Administration of NAD+: What Are the Dosages and NAD+ Protocols According To Research?
NAD+, a Vitamin B3 derivative, has been used in intravenous treatments to help people with addiction for many years. Dr. Close discovered that the combination of this NAD+ with his Modified-Myers® also greatly helped people with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other neurological diseases especially those suffering from TBI; its efficacy led him to experimentally explore how various NAD+ protocols might improve brain function generally.
After some time spent experimenting with different combinations and using IV therapy mainly at clinics across Indonesia, he finally developed one program that he believed would yield the best results—the Cognitive Enhance™ Protocol. The majority of people making use of the Cognitive Enhance™ program are busy executives, celebrities, politicians, and everyday individuals seeking an energetic boost with longer-lasting results. Most people describe the effect as “calm clarity”, “heightened senses”, or “improved overall well-being”.
DripDok offers several modalities alongside NAD+ to enhance overall well-being and specific conditions that are tailored to you as an individual.
Some of these are Cerebrolysin, Peptides (such as BPC157, TB500, GHK-CU, and many more), Glutathione (GSH), Stem Cells, and Exosome Therapies.
The Benefits of Intravenous NAD+
It is common for people to have sluggish memory as they age and to struggle to think clearly. NAD+ Therapy may help you overcome these problems. The loss of memory and thinking is one of the more troubling aspects of aging, which impedes function and makes life less enjoyable. There is some good news, though! By treating symptoms of aging that affect memory and thinking, NAD+ Therapy can be used to prevent or reverse memory decline. NAD+ Therapy has been proven to be highly effective in treating symptoms of aging that affect memory and thinking.
In mice, Sirtuin 1 (SIRT 1) is associated with increased memory through the loss of structure and function of neurons. It protects against amyloid proteins associated with Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative disorders through its affinity for NAD+.
Harvard discovered that NAD+ levels fall as we grow older.
Sirtuins regulate inflammation and DNA protection and contribute to the rate at which we age. Enzymes called Sirtuins depend on NAD+ to start and stop pathways that fight age-related illnesses. Enzymes can be turned on or off like a light switch, on or off like a light switch. Increasing levels of the coenzyme NAD+ promotes cellular regeneration and brain restoration, making this an essential nutrient to reverse the process of aging and protect brain cells.
NAD+ reduces atherosclerosis (blood vessel damage in the heart) because it promotes the reparation of blood vessels.
NAD+ treatments can help lessen the symptoms of depression, stress, anxiety, and PTSD in those suffering from aging. Oxidative stress increases as you age and leads to degenerative processes that cause physical and emotional pain. At the cellular level, correcting an energy deficit results in the boosting of vi