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Are you interested in improving healthy brain function, increasing energy levels, boosting your metabolism, slowing the aging process, and many other benefits? Read below on how NAD+ Therapy might be right for you! 

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Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) is an essential component of all cells of the body that is directly involved in the body’s metabolic processes – Processes that allow the body to function normally as it should. NAD IV therapy helps control cellular activities like how the body converts food substances to energy, how cells react to changes and the repairs that occur at cellular levels.

Restoration of the NAD levels in the body through the NAD therapy has been used for its effect in optimizing the body to better combat diseases, slow down the aging process, and support critical body processes.

One of the benefits of NAD intramuscularly or subcutaneously involves direct delivery of a form (an active form) into the bloodstream. Studies have shown* that NAD+ therapy boosts organ function and immunity, protects against cellular damage and cancers, and enhances longevity through its anti-aging properties.

Some of the benefits of NAD Therapy include:

  • Improvement of Long COVID symptoms such as decreased concentration, poor sleep, irritability, anxiety, depression and fatigue.

  • Better control of Diabetes with improvement in blood sugars by improving gluconeogenesis of the liver and pancreas.

  • Improvement in cardiovascular health such as improving heart muscle function and decrease in atherosclerosis.

  • Improvement of symptoms with depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue and poor sleep. 

  • Improvement of symptoms with fibromyalgia and lupus and other autoimmune diseases.

Dawes Family Medicine is proud to offer NAD therapy at a reasonable cost. Please discuss with Dr. Dawes or staff at your visit. Questions regarding NAD can be sent via the patient portal to Dr. Dawes once you are a patient of the clinic.


You can contact the office for further questions or send us a message us through the patient portal.


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