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Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is a coenzyme found in almost all cells of the body. NAD+ fuels metabolic processes by converting energy from food into cellular energy.

NAD+ can slow and even reverse aging, support brain function and repair and enhance physical performance. Like most things, NAD+ levels reduce with age. Compared to oral supplementation, administering high dose NAD+ directly into the bloodstream provides faster and more effective optimization of the body’s NAD+ levels.

This “miracle” molecule is mostly regarded for its effect on aging and is considered the closest we’ve gotten to a “fountain of youth”. Intravenous use of NAD+ activates enzymes in the bloodstream called “sirtuins” which promote the “good” aspects of your genes which facilitates staying healthier longer and reducing the side effects of aging.

NAD+ is also used in functional medicine to alleviate withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs.

ChillIV offers 2 different dosing protocols for NAD+.


Intravenous use of NAD+ activates enzymes in the bloodstream called “sirtuins” which promotes the “good” aspects of your genes which facilitates one to stay healthier for longer, reducing the side effects of aging.

2 hour infusion of 250mg NAD

  • Increased Metabolism
  • Increased Energy
  • Increased Mental Clarity + Cognition
  • Increased Anti-Aging Benefits

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Studies have shown that low NAD+ result in low ATP levels and low ATP levels quickly deplete your cell’s energy reserves, which can lead to cell death. NAD+ can be beneficial in restoring energy production, especially in the nerve tissue, and may even prevent permanent damage. NAD+ treatment has been shown to be capable of dramatically reducing symptoms of these illnesses by boosting the body’s natural cell rejuvenation.

Some of the conditions which may be prevented by or benefit from NAD+ IV therapy include the following:

Alzheimer’s Disease ‣ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ‣ Fibromyalgia ‣ IBS ‣ Lyme Disease ‣ Malabsorption Syndrome ‣ Mitochondrial Dysfunction ‣ Multiple Sclerosis ‣ Neurodegeneration ‣ Parkinson’s Disease ‣ PTSD ‣ Respiratory Allergies ‣ Schizophrenia ‣ SIBO ‣ Skin Allergies

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