NAD BR+ Therapy

If you’re one of the more than 21 million Americans struggling with addiction, consider addiction NAD. This safe, effective treatment has a proven track record of success and may help ease cravings and improve your quality of life. At Revitalize Functional Medicine in Paradise Valley, Arizona, Theresa Ramsey, NMD, and the caring team of functional medicine providers regularly use addiction NAD to help men and women struggling with opioid addiction. To request your appointment today, call the office or use the online scheduling tool.

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NAD BR+ Therapy Q & A

What is NAD?

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is a naturally occurring coenzyme of niacin responsible for helping your cells produce energy. It does this by converting the foods and beverages you consume into usable fuel.

When you abuse drugs or alcohol, your NAD levels drop significantly. If you have low NAD levels, your body can’t convert energy as it should, which perpetuates the cycle of addiction. Some people naturally produce lower levels of NAD. It’s thought these individuals are also at a higher risk of struggling with addiction.

How does NAD work?

Addiction NAD, or NAD therapy, administers small doses of NAD directly into your bloodstream via IV. This allows NAD to bypass your digestive system entirely and travel directly to your brain. Once NAD enters your brain, it provides a rush of energy, an enhanced mood, and improved awareness. Ultimately, this process reduces cravings and helps you achieve sobriety.

What are some of the benefits of NAD Therapy?

America is facing an opioid epidemic, and the Phoenix metropolitan area is no different. Revitalize Functional Medicine is one of the only medical practices in the area to offer NAD therapy that isn’t an addiction center.

NAD therapy presents an array of benefits, including:

  • Reduced withdrawal symptoms
  • Fewer cravings
  • Increased energy and focus

NAD therapy also flushes all of the drugs and other toxic substances from your system, improving your health and mental clarity.

Am I a good candidate for NAD therapy?

Only a qualified medical provider like Dr. Ramsey and the team at Revitalize Functional Medicine can determine if you’re a good candidate for NAD therapy.

Following a physical exam, review of your medical history, and a discussion of your goals for treatment, the team can develop a custom care plan that aligns with your individual needs. That said, if you’re struggling with addiction and traditional treatments haven’t helped, you’ll likely benefit.

How many NAD therapy sessions will I need?

No two NAD therapy treatment regimens are exactly alike. Usually, Dr. Ramsey and the team at Revitalize Functional Medicine recommend one initial session followed by a series of additional sessions 1-2 months later. The team can adjust your treatment plan at any time based on your cravings and/or withdrawals.

If you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction, request an NAD therapy appointment at Revitalize Functional Medicine today by calling the office or using the online scheduling tool.

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