IV NADH Infusion Therapy
NADH Infusion Therapy
Coenzyme Therapy at IntelliHealthPlus Clinic, Bangkok
NADH (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide with hydrogen) infusion therapy is a form of intravenous (IV) therapy used to increase NADH levels in the body. NADH is a coenzyme found in all living cells and is essential for a variety of metabolic functions, including energy production and cell repair. NADH infusions may be used to treat a variety of health conditions, such as chronic fatigue, depression, anxiety, addiction, and more.
Its levels decline with age. It has two general sets of reactions in the human body: helping turn nutrients into energy as a key player in metabolism and working as a helper molecule for proteins that regulate other cellular functions. These processes are incredibly important.
What is the difference between NAD+ and NADH
The lowered version of NAD+ is NADH. It is a coenzyme as well. It functions as a reducing agent and undergoes self-oxidation while lowering the other substance. As a result, NADH serves as a valuable electron carrier in numerous catabolic processes. The citric acid cycle also uses NADH as a cofactor.
The main difference between NAD and NADH infusions is the presence of hydrogen in the molecule. NADH is the reduced form of NAD, which means that it contains an additional hydrogen atom. This additional hydrogen atom increases the molecule’s ability to transfer electrons, making NADH a more potent form of NAD. Additionally, NADH has been found to be more effective at treating certain conditions than NAD.
Benefits of NADH Coenzyme Infusion Therapy
IV NADH coenzyme infusion for promoting cellular regeneration and increasing cellular energy.
- Helps your brain cells age well
- Speeds up metabolism
- Boost memory
- Improve mood
- Helps to get rid of brain fog
- Improves brain health and neurological function
- Improves mental clarity and brain regeneration
- Boosts energy levels and mitochondria health
- Decreased cravings for drugs or alcohol
- Reduces overall fatigue and improves cellular metabolism
- Restores muscle function and athletic performance
- Improve concentration and increase one’s ability to focus
- Reduce symptoms of chronic fatigue, depression, anxiety
NADH also acts as a co-factor for many enzymes such as alcohol dehydrogenase, etc. Additionally, NADH has a hepatoprotective activity and plays a role in lowering cholesterol and blood pressure.
IV Infusion delivered intravenously are absorbed at a much higher percentage (90%) than those that are taken orally and broken down by the stomach and digestive tract, which get absorbed at a level of approximately 50%
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