Cellular Health With NAD

Discover how NAD can potentially help you overcome chronic fatigue, improve longevity, and increase energy levels.


Boost energy levels

Promote DNA Repair

Improved Circadian Rythm

Slow the aging process

Improve mood & mental clarity

Assist muscle recovery

What Is NAD?

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (or NAD) is one of the most crucial molecules for any living organism because it is a key player in multiple metabolic reactions within a cell’s mitochondria. Without it, energy collapses and DNA integrity diminishes very quickly.
The short answer is: you need NAD to function on a daily basis.
The problem is that many people are deficient in NAD which makes it extra difficult for cells to generate enough energy to do their job well, if at all. Cells that can no longer do their jobs means that metabolic functions throughout your whole body are affected (metabolic disorders), age-related illnesses set in (neurodegenerative diseases), and DNA is more likely to be damaged (premature aging). It also makes it challenging to regulate sleep/wake cycles (your circadian rhythm).
Deficiency of NAD is never a good thing for ANY body.

How NAD Is Made
& used in the body

NAD is partially created from niacinamide, also called nicotinamide (a form of vitamin B3), which binds with the nucleotide (the basic building block of nucleic acids) adenine — creating Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotides.

NAD's Role In The Body

Nearly every system of the body can find a reason to use NAD because it does its best to maintain homeostasis throughout. Here are just a few reasons NAD is so important:

Healthy aging

Brain function

Regulating sleep/wake cycles

Immune response

Muscle function

Maintain cellular energy levels

Healthy metabolism

DNA repair

What Are The Symptoms Of NAD Deficiency?

A decrease in NAD levels has a direct effect on cellular energy levels. Because nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide is so crucial to how your body functions on a cellular level, when people have low NAD they often experience symptoms that make them feel weak, tired, and forgetful.
Does that sound like a general association with just "getting older?” Sadly, that’s often the diagnosis with conventional Western medicine.

Other symptoms of NAD deficiency can include:

• Chronic low energy
• Noticeable muscle weakness
• Inflammation throughout the body
• Daily abdominal pain
• Brain fog (trouble thinking, memory recall, etc.)
• Disrupted sleep cycles (even insomnia)
NAD deficiency symptoms affect every part of the human body — from brain cells to the immune system, and even age associated weight gain.

What Depletes NAD Levels?

Because NAD plays such a crucial role in cellular function, it would be nice to think that NAD levels would be REALLY HARD to lower — that somehow the body would work as hard as it could to maintain NAD levels, right? While the body does the best it can, NAD levels are constantly in flux and can be overwhelmed from constant physiological and environmental factors and everyday stressors.

These are just some of the many factors that cause a decrease in NAD levels:
Excess alcohol consumtion
Poor diet
Sedentary lifestyle
Sleep deprivation
Overconsumption of food

Referring back to the symptoms of NAD deficiency, you might be able to see the vicious cycle that can happen once NAD levels start to decrease.

Here's a potential situation:

You're stressed with balancing work, life, and everything in between. You might be staying up later to finish projects, eating whatever you can whenever you can, drinking a little more alcohol to help cope with the stress, and resting when you can instead of pushing to go for the daily workouts you used to enjoy. Then you start to notice that it's getting harder and harder to "feel like yourself," so you stay in this cycle but just "for a season.
"Before you know it, years have passed and now you're chronically tired, have trouble sleeping, and feel like you're constantly fighting with your brain to function at peak performance. So you drink more caffeine, eat more sugary snacks, and either do less of what you used to love, or push yourself to do it even when you feel exhausted or even sick because of it.
Does this sound familiar?

This is why our patients come to us for NAD treatments. To get out of this cycle of deficiency and constant depletion, and get back to baseline (and then some).

How Can I Test My NAD Levels?

NAD production IS directly related to age BUT that does not mean that you have to suffer lower NAD levels just because you're getting older. That also doesn't mean that if you're not in your 40's or older that you're not deficient in NAD.

By improving NAD levels, you can slow aging, improve your metabolism, and stay in good health no matter how old you might feel. With modern medicine, your actual age does not have to reflect your biological age!

How We Test

Want to reduce inflammation, repair DNA (slow aging), and improve your overall health? Getting your NAD levels tested is a great first step! After we test and go over your results with you, we offer NAD treatments to get your NAD levels back up as fast as possible.
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What Is NAD IV Therapy?

The fastest, and most efficient way to boost NAD levels is through intravenous (IV) NAD. We prepare an IV drip with an NAD infusion that slowly delivers NAD directly into your bloodstream. This is an ideal way to receive the maximum benefits of NAD because the NAD is introduced into the body without having to be metabolized first. Because the treatment is able to work right away, patients feel the effects and benefits almost immediately.
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Choosing NAD Supplements

Oral NAD supplements are perfect for people who either don't have the time or resources to receive NAD IV therapy (it is more expensive) or who prefer to take a daily supplement.At Impact Health, we offer (NAD supplement name) to help your body steadily increase NAD levels in the body
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