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NAD+ Therapy

NAD+ Therapy Clinic in Surrey, BC

Common questions asked by patients: What does NAD+ therapy do? Are NAD+ infusions worth it? What are the risks of NAD+? How long does NAD+ therapy last? NAD+ therapy is available at White Rock Naturopathic Clinic in Surrey, BC. For more information, contact us today or book an appointment online. We are conveniently located at #208 – 1676 Martin Dr., Surrey, BC V4A 6E7. We serve patients from Surrey BC, White Rock BC, Grandview Heights BC, Campbell Heights BC, Newton BC, Morgan Heights BC, and surrounding areas.

NAD+ Therapy Near Me in Surrey, BC
NAD+ Therapy Near Me in Surrey, BC

Revive! Nad+ Therapy


Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide is known as NAD. It is a co-enzyme that is produced by our bodies naturally and plays a crucial part in every cell in the body’s metabolism and energy generation. Our bodies create the structure of this unique molecule by mixing derivatives of vitamin B-3 with the amino acid tryptophan. Without NAD, our bodies and cells cannot survive.

You can move, breathe, pump blood, digest food, think, and generally live your life thanks to a molecule called NAD that interacts with oxygen in the mitochondria of every cell in your body to produce cellular energy (ATP, or adenosine triphosphate, the body’s fundamental energy molecule). It performs over 100 metabolic tasks in the human body, therefore it’s not surprising that it has a direct role in diseases that influence cellular ageing, physical and mental health, and other problems.

It is now understood that the absence of this vital cellular fuel is a major contributing factor in chronic fatigue, apathy, depression, anxiety, alcohol and drug addiction, weakened immune function (infections and cancer), muscle pain and weakness, headaches, memory impairment, sleep issues, focus and concentration issues, and other chronic diseases.

Some of the functions of NAD in the body include:

  • Increases brain cell energy
  • Improves mood by stimulating the synthesis of dopamine, serotonin, and noradrenaline
  • Increases cardiac cell energy
  • Reduces DNA abnormalities that cause diseases including cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, immune weakness, and atherosclerosis by protecting and repairing DNA
  • According to Dr. Richard Passwater in his book NADH-The Energising Coenzyme, NADH is the body’s “most potent antioxidant.”
  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Stimulates the synthesis of nitric oxide, which improves blood flow in the body

NAD+ Science

Two versions of the Nicotinamide Adenosine Dinucleotide (NAD) molecule alternate. Depending on how it is being used, one may or may not be present. The molecule is present in its reduced (active) form as NAD+. The same molecule’s oxidised (inactive) version is NADH.

Your mitochondria, the tiny power plants that generate ATP, are entirely reliant on NADH (the inactive form) being recycled back to active NAD+. The cell runs out of energy and might die if this recycling ceases and NADH builds up.

Therefore, it should go without saying that low levels of NAD+, an excess of NADH, or a poor NAD+/NADH ratio might cause issues for your mitochondria and your cells. In reality, it causes low levels of cellular energy and may be one of the main causes of “mitochondrial dysfunction,” a disease that is now known to be connected to a wide range of chronic disorders.

This process can be stopped and cells can regain full energy status by raising NAD+ levels, potentially reversing mitochondrial damage and the ensuing chronic disease.

NAD+ Therapy

Sadly, NAD+ levels decrease with ageing. Our NAD+ reserves are also impacted by environmental variables such pollutants, drugs, alcohol, prescriptions, stress, and chronic disease. As NAD+ levels drop, so does the energy within our cells. Cells age and degrade, which speeds up our gradual decline as we age.

By raising NAD+ levels to cellular levels that are healthier and more optimum, NAD+ treatment seeks to reverse that process. In turn, this promotes healthy neurochemical and neurotransmitter levels to be restored, which permits greater emotional control and cognitive recovery in addition to ideal cellular functioning.

NAD+ levels have been found to have a significant impact on the following medical conditions:

• Chronic fatigue
• Muscle pain and weakness
• Joint pain and stiffness
• Headaches
• Depression
• Anxiety
• Alcohol and drug addiction
• Diabetes
• Sleep disturbance
• Memory loss (forgetfulness)
• Attention deficit
• Neurodegenerative conditions
• Cancer prevention

Research has also correlated increased NAD+ levels to the following attributes:

• Increased physical energy
• Improved mental performance
• Improved response to short term sleep deprivation
• Reduce the effects of jet lag
• Enhance libido
• Anti-aging

NAD+ Therapy Intro

White Rock Naturopathic has been offering NAD+ therapy to patients since 2013. We offer a safe, comfortable, and private clinical setting for outpatient treatment. A typical day of NAD+ therapy begins in the morning in your own private room, complete with pull out couch, where you may relax, read, sleep, catch up on work, or watch Netflix. Beverages are provided, and light snacks are available on request. Meals can be ordered and delivered by a host of many local restaurants. A typical day in the clinic may range from 4-8 hours depending on the duration of one’s NAD+ therapy for that day. White Rock enjoys a mild climate allowing visitors the ability to enjoy outdoor activities year round.

Revive! Overview

Chronic stress, fatigue, ageing, chronic mood disorders (depression, anxiety, and PTSD), and neuro-degenerative diseases (Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, post-concussion syndrome, and chronic traumatic encephalopathy) can all be treated with the help of NAD+ Brain Restoration therapy, a novel non-pharmaceutical approach.

The initial appointment at White Rock Naturopathic entails a review of one’s health history, test results, and treatment objectives. To tailor a patient’s treatment plan to their unique biochemical requirements, a functional medical evaluation (i.e., medical history, lab work, functional and chemical problems, neurotransmitter levels, dietary requirements and deficiencies, etc.) may be advised.

Depending on the demands of the patient, amino acids, vitamin C, and glutathione treatment may also be used in NAD+ therapy. Additionally available for maintenance following therapy is liposomal NAD+.

NAD+ & Athletic Performance

It is well knowledge that exercise causes ATP levels in muscles to decrease. But until recently, we were unaware of how NAD+ was involved in this procedure.

NAD+ is a crucial co-enzyme that supports lactate dehydrogenase, the enzyme that metabolises lactic acid, and a 2010 study found that severe exercise also lowers NAD+ levels. NAD+ levels increased, exercise performance and “time to fatigue” also improved when research participants took an antioxidant supplement containing pycgnogenol (which promotes NAD+ synthesis and prevents it from converting into the inactive, oxidised form of the molecule). By shortening the time to tiredness, more direct methods of maintaining appropriate NAD+ levels—such as NAD+ infusions and more direct precursor supplementation—appear to be having even larger impacts on enhancing athletic performance.

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Surrey, BC


#208 – 1676 Martin Dr.,
Surrey, BC V4A 6E7