fbpx

​​NAD+ iv THERAPY

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is a vital coenzyme and signaling molecule naturally produced by our bodies. It controls hundreds of essential processes from metabolism to cell survival throughout the body. The decline in NAD+ levels as we age results in altered metabolism and increased susceptibility to disease. NAD+ IV therapy helps bring declining levels back to baseline, which promotes health in many areas of the body, including the following:

Book on mytime
Nad graphic 01 2

Menu

initial NAD+

Ideal for anti-aging and overall health and wellness, for those who are currently healthy and want to optimize the aging process or their health.

TREATMENT PROTOCOL

250mg 2 hour infusion



$250
Package of 4 - $850

Follow up NAD+

TREATMENT PROTOCOL

500mg 4 hour infusion

SUGGESTED ADD-ONS

Glutathione Push
Myers’ Cocktail

RECOMMENDED FREQUENCY

General Health Maintenance: 1x a month
Severe Fatigue: 1-2x per week until energy returns then monthly



$500
Package of 4 - $ 1,700

NAD+ & Anti-Aging

TREATMENT PROTOCOL

250mg 2 hour infusion

Additional Ingredients

- B-Complex Vitamins
- Glutathione
- Lysine
- Magnesium

RECOMMENDED FREQUENCY

1-2x a month



$375

NAD+ & addiction

TREATMENT PROTOCOL

- 1500mg 12 hour infusion Day 1 & 2
- 1000mg 8 hour infusion on Day 3
- 750mg 6 hour infusion on Day 4
- 500mg 4 hour infusion every day after for 7-14 days

RECOMMENDED FREQUENCY

Maximum Daily (up to 14 days)



7 days - $6,250
14 days - $9,750

Subcutaneous NAD+

50mg $75
100mg $100
 150mg $125
 200mg$150

Frequently Asked Questions

First discovered in the early eighteenth century, Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) is an essential ingredient in metabolic processes and reactions that occur in cells within the human body. All significant cellular events within the human body cannot occur without the presence of NAD. Examples of some processes that are dependent on NAD are glycolysis (the breakdown of glucose into pyruvate and hydrogen), citric acid or tricarboxylic acid cycle (the release of stored energy from carbohydrates, proteins and fats through the oxidation of acetyl CoA), the oxidation or breakdown of fatty acids, DNA repair, inflammatory responses, among many other processes. NAD usually undergoes either oxidation or reduction as it exerts its effects on the body’s metabolic processes; the oxidized variant of NAD is referred to as NAD+.

Given the integral role NAD+ plays in all the body’s major processes, as detailed in the previous section, it is essential to ensure that NAD+ levels are optimal. If there are signs of NAD+ deficiency, such as in pellagra, which manifests as dermatitis, dementia, or diarrhea, supplemental IV NAD therapy may be warranted. In addition to signs of NAD+ deficiency, there are other reasons for which an individual may consider receiving intravenous NAD+ supplementation; some of these reasons include the following:

1.)   Addiction Therapy

One of the most common reasons why IV NAD+ therapy may be considered in some individuals is in the management of addiction. IV NAD+ may benefit patients weaning off opioid, alcohol, chemical, or prescription drug dependencies; it may also serve to minimize the severity of withdrawal symptoms. While the mechanism of how NAD+ works in this regard is still under investigation, it is believed that IV NAD+ helps flush drugs out of the body and reduce cravings.  

2.)   Improved Cognition 

As has previously been stated, NAD+ has been shown to exert both protective and stimulatory effects on the brain. For this reason, IV NAD+ therapy may be administered to potentially enhance memory, improve concentration, improve the ability to focus, enhance brain regeneration, and improve overall neurological function. Studies are still ongoing regarding the precise means by which exogenous NAD+ supplementation exerts these effects.  

3.)   Chronic Fatigue 

IV NAD+ therapy has been used in the management of individuals with chronic fatigue and low energy levels. NAD+ is an essential cofactor in the glycolytic pathway and tricarboxylic acid pathways; these pathways result in Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) production, which is the energy source of the human body. Through exogenous NAD+ supplementation, ATP levels in the body are increased which may have a resulting effect in boosting energy levels and reducing feelings of fatigue.  

4.)   Athletic Performance

Due to its role in ATP production, some athletes have used IV NAD+ therapy to enhance their athletic capabilities and performance. IV NAD+ supplements https://www.empowerpharmacy.com/drugs/nad-injection may boost energy levels, improve cognition, and increase reaction times in athletes during competitions or other athletic events. In addition, studies have shown that NAD+ supplementation may assist in muscle development as well as muscle repair, leading to muscle hypertrophy and muscle hyperplasia.  

5.)   Pain Management 

One of the more novel reasons why some individuals receive IV NAD+ therapy is in managing pain. NAD+ is known to exert significant anti-inflammatory actions within body and may be used to reduce the inflammation that typically occurs with pain and, thereby, offer some relief from pain. Studies into the use of supplemental NAD+ as a form of pain control are still ongoing and the results so far are not yet definitive.  

6.)   Mental Health 

NAD is a coenzyme which has been shown to be highly effective in elevating mood and reversing feelings of depression and anxiety. In addition, NAD has also been shown to replenish the neurotransmitters which have been depleted because of the constant state of activation of the nervous system and body.

Many of our patients note a boost in energy, mental function, mood, and athletic performance within a few hours post-treatment. However, some treatments may take several weeks before you notice the full benefits. For instance, in the case of anti-aging therapy, the effects of NAD+ IV therapy may take several infusions before they become genuinely noticeable. To get the kind of results possible with NAD+ therapy, you must allot somewhere between a few hours for one treatment to a few months of regular treatments depending on the health issues that you are targeting.

Patients may choose to receive NAD+ IV therapy once occasionally, multiple days in a row as a prescribed series, or multiple times per week or month. The efficacy and benefits of NAD IV therapy become more apparent over time. Therefore, it is advised that patients undergo multiple treatments.


While many like to try just one NAD+ session to experience the benefits, some may opt to treat in a series for the ultimate infusion of NAD+. A series of NAD+ may be received as often as daily for up to 14 days. Our 3-14 Day NAD+ treatment protocols may be opted for to achieve maximum results when you seek to combat specific health issues.

Injection of NAD+ seems to be secure and well-tolerated. Cramping, flu-like symptoms, and chest heaviness may be experienced during the infusion. If a patient experiences these side effects, the IV drip can be slowed, alleviating these adverse side effects.

Also, as with any IV treatment, there’s always a risk of infection. Although it’s not very likely, if the infusion is improperly administered or if any non-sterile equipment is used, bacteria can be transmitted directly to your bloodstream and then spread quickly. Blood clots or vein inflammation are other risk factors, although these can be rapidly addressed and managed. 

Before starting your treatment, our team will review your prescribed medication and discuss all possible side effects with you. Furthermore, each infusion is monitored by either a provider or a Registered Nurse to lower these risks.

Contraindications to NAD+ infusion therapy are pregnancy, breastfeeding, history of seizures, or known allergy to NAD+ injection. In addition, NAD+  infusion therapy may not be suitable for you if you have had cancer, Gilbert’s disease, or endometriosis. Please consult your provider  before treatment.

Yes. There aren’t any amnesiac or psychoactive effects of the infusion, so it’s safe to drive home afterward.

The FDA has not approved NAD therapy for the treatment of any condition; however, numerous facilities across the country have embraced it for various anti-aging treatments, as well as for treating chronic fatigue syndrome and addiction. 

 For those looking for a quick “boost,” we offer subcutaneous (SQ or Sub-Q) injections. SQ injection means the injection is given in the fatty tissue between the skin and muscle. Medication given this way is usually absorbed more slowly than if injected into a vein or muscle, sometimes over a period of 24 hours.

Typically patients will have this administered at a quick 15-minute clinic visit.

No, insurance does not cover the costs of NAD+ Infusion Therapy at this time. Luvita does offer financing through Walnut, and we accept HSA accounts.

You can increase NAD+ levels naturally.

  • Exercise
  • Limiting sun exposure
  • Ketogenic Diet
  • Intermittent Fasting

 

NAD+ does not work when taken orally. The GI tract breaks it down. There are supplements that are precursors to NAD+ that are on the market, but currently, intravenous NAD+ is the only clinically recognized method to increase the level of NAD+ in humans.

The effects of a NAD+ injection can typically be felt for three to five days. The biological influence of NAD+ supplementation, however, continues to support your health.

NAD+ injections can be taken with a drip or by itself one to two times per week depending on your wellness goals.

Call Now
Consultation