Alzheimer’s disease is a slow and progressive disorder that debilitates memory and thinking skills of 5.8 million Americans. Estimates are that every 65 seconds someone in the United States develops the disease.
Alzheimer’s is a difficult disease to treat because the etiology of the disease depends on several factors, including metabolism, circulation, toxin exposure, as well as lifestyle and diet factors. Physicians will often prescribe medication to reduce the symptoms of Alzheimer’s. However, this does not slow the progression of the disease. Other types of treatments include a combination of therapies, including exercise and nutritional support.
NAD+ is a derivative of Vitamin B3, a safe and natural molecule that supports cellular regeneration. When you are deficient in NAD+, your cells are not able to produce sufficient amounts of energy to perform essential tasks like repairing, fighting inflammation, and other essential regenerative processes. Studies have suggested that replenishing depleted NAD+ levels may help regenerate the neuronal cells affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Indeed, our own clinical experience giving intravenous BR+ NAD™ to patients with Alzheimer’s has slowed the progression of disease symptoms and greatly improved patients’ quality of life. Contact Springfield Wellness Center to see if this treatment is right for you.