NAD treatment offers a revolutionary approach for Florida residents with a substance use disorder, mental health condition, or neurodegenerative disease. The founder of Springfield Wellness Center is one of the pioneers of using NAD effectively as a treatment, and it is the 1st NAD clinic in the United States. To learn more about our treatment options, contact Springfield Wellness Center today at 844.334.4727.
What Is NAD?
NAD stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, a natural coenzyme found in every cell in the body. This coenzyme helps cells to produce energy from food. NAD+ is the oxidized form of NAD, and it has a role in multiple functions, including your metabolism, anti-aging, and DNA repair.
For those with a substance use disorder, NAD treatment can help get them on the road to recovery.
When someone abuses drugs or alcohol, they deplete their stores of NAD. Recent studies show that NAD may influence specific brain processes associated with addiction, so raising its levels may reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms.
Springfield Wellness Center is the first NAD treatment clinic and open to residents of Florida. As leaders in the NAD+ therapy and research industry, we can provide clients with some of the most state-of-the-art NAD treatment protocols available.
NAD Detox Center
The Springfield Wellness Center’s NAD Detox program focuses on those withdrawing from dangerous chemicals such as:
- Benzodiazepines (benzos)
- Psychotropic substances
Each type of substance has a unique NAD+ therapy plan because they affect NAD+ levels in different ways.
Alcohol NAD Therapy
The alcohol NAD therapy program uses a proprietary detoxification regimen, which we’ve designed to replenish NAD+. The treatment helps speed up the withdrawal process and to control the symptoms, keeping you more comfortable as you detox.
Opioid NAD Therapy
Opioids have a way of changing how the brain operates, reducing its ability to release natural endorphins. Through our opioid NAD therapy program, we help restore endorphin production with an intravenous NAD treatment. This treatment helps to reduce withdrawal symptoms and balance the chemicals in the brain.
Benzo NAD Therapy
Doctors will sometimes provide benzos such as Xanax for the short-term treatment of anxiety disorders. Long-term use can create a physical dependency on these drugs, making it difficult to withdraw from them safely.
Benzo NAD therapy utilizes an intravenous NAD+ solution to help revitalize the brain and support cellular regeneration.
Stimulant NAD Therapy
Stimulant drugs speed up the electrical activity in the brain. They are sometimes useful in the short-term treatment of conditions such as ADHD or narcolepsy, but they become problematic in large doses.
The larger dose of these drugs deplete the brain’s energy stores, and as a result, the body’s supply of NAD+. Intravenous NAD+ therapy can help rebuild them.
Psychotropic NAD Therapy
Psychotropic drugs include stimulants, antidepressants, mood stabilizers, antipsychotics, and antianxiety agents. There are also street drugs that fall into this category, like MDMA or cocaine.
Abuse of these drugs can damage cells. NAD+ plays a significant role in helping cells regenerate.
NAD to Treat Mental Health Conditions
Springfield Wellness Center also employs NAD+ therapy to treat certain mental health conditions, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, and depression. Research indicates that individuals with these conditions often have depleted NAD+. When combined with mental health counseling and support, NAD+ is offering promising results.
NAD to Treat Neurodegenerative Diseases
Neurodegenerative disease affects millions of Americans, and there are no cures in sight. Conditions like chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s diseases are challenging to treat. There is some evidence that NAD+ therapy might help by increasing energy, supporting cell regeneration, and replenishing nutrition to the brain.
If you are interested in finding out more about NAD therapy, give us a call 844.334.4727 and let Springfield Wellness Center’s experts help.