NAD stands for Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide. Intravenous (IV) NAD, also known as Vitamin (B3) Therapy, is a key enzyme in mitochondrial energy production while protecting against stress and DNA damage.
When a person runs a marathon, or takes part in a cycling marathon, or is continuously on their feet, their body starts to feel tired and dehydrated. The body begins to demand water by showing signs of dehydration. Just a little rest and a bottle of water quenches the thirst and relaxes the body. The cells in the human body are always running a marathon and never get rest. A cell that rests, rest forever leading to diseases. It is of utmost importance to ensure that the cells are energised. Intravenous NAD can keep the cells energised and healthy.