doctor checking on patient at the Neurodegenerative Diseases Treatment CenterAccording to the Concussion Legacy Foundation (CLF), Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a term used to describe degeneration of brain cells as a result of repeated head concussions, injury or trauma. CTE was previously known as Dementia Pugilistica. It is a rare condition. It is common in the brains of military veterans, professional football players, and other professional athletes.

Unfortunately, there is no cure for CTE available at present. However, BR+ NAD™ has been shown to improve brain functioning by replenishing the nutrition of brain, which have been depleted as a result of brain damage. BR+ NAD™ helps resolve the symptoms of CTE by improving focus, mood and energy.

Alzheimer’s Disease

doctor going over paperwork with clientAlzheimer’s disease is a slow and progressive disorder that debilitates memory and thinking skills of 5.8 Million Americans. Estimations 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. These include 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 different types of therapies, including 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. Energy used to repair DNA and other essential regenerative processes. Studies have suggested that replenishing depleted NAD+ levels within the cell may help regenerate the neuronal cells affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Although not a cure, BR+ NAD™ can help. Contact Springfield Wellness Center to see if this treatment is right for you.

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease is classified as a neurodegenerative disease that affects the dopaminergic neurons, or the dopamine producing cells within the brain. According to the American Parkinson Disease Association, approximately 60,000 people a year develop this condition. Symptoms for people with Parkinson often include motor and muscle disturbances that substantially affect one’s quality of life. There are several types of therapies available for individuals living with Parkinson’s disease. For example, these include prescription medication, nutritional supplementation and certain types of movement therapies.

It has been shown that NAD+ metabolism is altered in neurons exhibiting symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. As a form of Parkinson’s disease treatment, BR+ NAD™ supports the cells by producing more energy, which allows the cells to repair themselves. While BR+ NAD™ is not a cure for Parkinson’s disease, it may help support brain and neuronal health. To see if you are a good candidate for brain restoration through intravenous BR+ NAD™, please contact the Springfield Wellness Center.

Chemo Brain

BR+ NAD™ is a natural vitamin therapy with an ability to regenerate the cells with minimal side effects. It is also beneficial for chemo brain treatment. If you have a loved one who has had cancer, or if you are currently undergoing chemotherapy, then you know how that the side effects can be very difficult to manage. Sometimes these side effects take months to subside. Living with this memory loss, brain fog and constant tiredness is something people refer to as chemo brain. Chemotherapy not only targets cancer cells but damages the healthy cells within the brain and body, as well.

BR+ NAD™ is a natural vitamin therapy with an ability to regenerate the cells with minimal side effects for chemo brain treatment. NAD+ is a Vitamin B3 derivative that helps the cells produce energy for DNA repair, and other essential physiological processes. To see if your loved one or yourself is a good candidate for BR+ NAD™ for chemotherapy, please contact the Springfield Wellness Center.