– Addiction Therapy
– Improved Cognition
– Chronic Fatigue
– Athletic Performance
– Pain Management
It is well known that as we become older, our NAD+ levels decrease. NAD+ declines by up to 50% between the age of 40 to 60. Aging is likely the most important and least preventable of all the variables that require NAD+. Simply said, NAD+ is made by our cells, and as we become older, our cells start aging more quickly than we can replace them.
The maintenance of telomeres requires NAD+.
“Telomeres are the protective caps on the ends of the strands of DNA called chromosomes, which house our genomes. In young humans, telomeres are about 8,000-10,000 nucleotides long,” according to Stanford Medicine.
Our telomeres shorten as we get older. Telomere shortening has been associated with cancer, dementia, and even cancer. Increasing our NAD+ levels with IV treatment may assist maintain the health of our telomeres because our levels of NAD+ naturally fall with age.