While there is still no known cure for Alzheimer’s disease, Springfield Wellness Center’s pioneering treatment of Alzheimer’s with intravenous NAD is helping to slow the progression of symptoms and improve the quality of life for people with the disease.

As researchers know, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is central to many cellular functions, which is why it plays such an essential role in both health and disease. Unfortunately, NAD levels typically decline with age, and accelerated decline is associated with accelerated aging–in particular, with neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia. Fortunately, NAD supplementation has been shown to replenish NAD levels and address all 10 of the hallmarks of aging associated with cognitive decline, thereby improving both healthspan and lifespan. In fact, current research is helping to explain just how age-related NAD depletion contributes to the 10 hallmarks of brain aging–as well as how NAD augmentation improves each of these conditions.

Symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Man learning about his alzheimer's and dementia treatment centerMore than 6 million Americans now live with Alzheimer’s disease, the most common type of dementia, and its prevalence is projected to reach nearly 13 million by 2050, according to the  Alzheimer’s Association.

The 10 most common symptoms of the disease include:

  • Difficulty with everyday tasks, like making change or following a recipe.
  • Repetitively asking the same questions or telling the same story.
  • Other communication difficulties, such as forgetting a thought in mid-sentence, or struggling to recall words or the names of objects.
  • Getting lost.
  • Personality changes such as becoming unusually anxious, suspicious, or confused.
  • Confusion about place and time, such as not knowing where one is or how one got there, or frequently forgetting what day of the week it is.
  • Misplacing things.
  • A sudden loss of interest in family, friends, work, and social events.
  • Loss of old memories.
  • Other troubling behavior, such as carelessness about personal hygiene, or demonstrations of poor judgment.

While a single symptom does not necessarily indicate Alzheimer’s or dementia, a combination of symptoms may be signs of the disease. If your doctor diagnoses you or a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, call 844.334.4727 to make an appointment as soon as possible. Early intervention with intravenous NAD can slow neurodegenerative decline, preserving quality of life for years–and even decades.

Watch the video to see what intravenous NAD treatment has done for Billy Lancaster:

Find Out More About Our Alzheimer’s and Dementia Treatment

If you or a loved one have Alzheimer’s or dementia, there is mental health treatment available at Springfield Wellness Center. To find out more, call us at 844.334.4727. We are committed to helping you live your best life regardless of your diagnosis!