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Drug and alcohol abuse damages and disrupts the chemical makeup of the brain. NAD/NTR therapy works to bring the brain back to its normal, healthy state, reducing withdrawals symptoms. Some detox methods ease the withdrawal symptoms with drugs; NAD/NTR relieves symptoms without the use of potentially addictive substances, guaranteeing that the patient won’t trade one addiction for another.

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NAD/NTR is an excellent therapy for people who have tried to halt their drug or alcohol use but felt overwhelmed by the withdrawal symptoms and relapsed. NAD/NTR is also excellent for people who are hesitant to quit using drugs or alcohol for fear of the withdrawal symptoms. NAD/NTR normalizes stress levels and alleviates fatigue and depression. With NAD/NTR, patients don’t have to simply “tough it out” and can instead take an active role in their own recovery. NAD/NTR can help people who are struggling with chemical dependence with drugs or alcohol and can combat withdrawal symptoms from prescription medications.


How is NAD/NTR administered?

NAD/NTR involves a combination of orally-administered amino acid supplements and infusion IV therapy. Amino acids provide the building blocks necessary for the brain to restore its population of neurotransmitters. Infusion IV therapy floods the brain with other nutritional substances, effectively shifting the brain into “repair mode.” Both methods serve to support the brain during the difficult process of drug withdrawal.


How long before I feel better?

Within four days, 80 percent of patients who receive NAD/NTR report increased clarity of thought, decreased depression, and less severe withdrawal symptoms. NAD/NTR is ideal for someone who is hesitant to experience drug or alcohol withdrawal at its worst.


What next?

After the successful completion of the 10 – 14 day NAD/NTR detox, patients are provided with recommended use instructions for oral vitamin supplements. Patients are also provided with a booster IV NAD supplement treatment every three months for their first year. These treatments help the patient fight cravings and gives them the opportunity to focus on their recovery which can be done through a residential or outpatient treatment program.

What is NAD?

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, or NAD, is a naturally occurring coenzyme that participates in many metabolic reactions in the human body. When administered to a patient during drug detox, NAD binds with amino acids and helps stimulate the healing process in the brain.

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, or NAD, is a biological molecule found in all living cells. It acts as a coenzyme in redox reactions; in other words, it facilitates chemical reactions by transferring electrons from one molecule to another. When administered during drug detox in conjunction with NTR, NAD speeds up the brain’s natural healing process. The result is an increased sense of well-being, clearer cognition, and reduced symptoms of drug withdrawal. Rather than wait for the brain to recover on its own, a process that can take a long amount of time, NAD lends the brain a helping hand with a chemical it is already familiar with.

What is NTR?

Neurotransmitter Restoration Therapy, or NTR, uses a mixture of amino acids, vitamins, and other substances to restore normal neurotransmitter levels to the brain after sustained drug use.

Neurotransmitter Restoration Therapy, or NTR, when used concurrently with NAD, speeds up the brain’s recovery from substance abuse. Substance abuse disrupts the brain’s natural distribution of neurotransmitters, a process that can inhibit cell-to-cell communication and cause uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. Once the drug is removed from the system, the brain must gradually rebuild its neurotransmitter architecture on its own. NTR supplies patients with the amino acids, proteins and other chemicals necessary to bring the brain back to its healthy state.

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