NAD+ IV Therapy Infusion Treatment for Depression
An estimated 16.1 million adults in America are living with some form of depression, which is one of the most common mental health conditions in the United States. Treatment is highly personalized and can require a certain level of trial and error before an ideal balance of medication and therapy is achieved in many cases.
Treatment with nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide has shown significant promise for those battling depression. This coenzyme is present in each and every one of the body’s living cells, and production declines as the body ages. NAD+ supplements do exist, though their efficacy can be somewhat unreliable. Unlike oral supplements, which are absorbed inefficiently due to passage through the gastrointestinal tract, NAD+ IV therapy administers treatment directly into the bloodstream, increasing bioavailability and efficiency.
Exploring the Benefits of NAD+ IV Therapy for Depression
Replenishing your body’s stores of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide coenzyme boosts cell regeneration while minimizing inflammation and neurodegeneration. Patients often report increased mental clarity and an overall sense of wellness and a reduction in anxiety, irritability and depression. NAD+ IV therapy has also shown promise in treating chronic pain, which can be associated with depression.
Our serene care spa is located in the heart of Los Angeles, where our team works to provide a totally customized therapeutic experience for each patient. A board certified anesthesiologist oversees treatment and administers nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide coenzyme, three anti-nausea agents and ketamine for increased detoxification and mood stabilization. During treatment, you can relax in all-leather, electronic recliners that are fully adjustable to your comfort while enjoying noise-canceling headphones with or without your favorite streaming music.
Depression can make travel difficult, so we also offer treatment in your home or hotel room. Contact us today to explore the exciting possibilities of NAD+ IV therapy for depression.