Treat Addiction With NAD IV Therapy

What Is NAD Therapy?

NAD is a holistic alternative to medication-based solutions for individuals undergoing addiction and recovery treatment. NAD is comprised of a coenzyme that is found in all living things and basically essential to living. That is what we are using in the IV therapy at Tres Vistas Recovery. NAD goes into the brain and spreads all kinds of nutrients. NAD increases the levels of serotonin in your body, works as a neurotransmitter associated with mood regulation, and can improve many different symptoms of depression and anxiety. This holistic treatment method has also been studied and medically proven to help with the very difficult detox process and other withdrawals for drugs and alcohol. At the same time, this powerful coenzyme binds to opiate receptors and naturally protects the brain which accelerates the often challenging recovery process.

Why Use NAD To Treat Addiction?

It has been tested and proven that excessive use of drugs and alcohol can break down and ultimately eliminates the NAD that the body naturally produces and stores. Because of this, your brain simply cannot receive the same amount of energy that it usually would from your natural bodily functions, such as breaking down food. The administering of NAD through this therapeutic process causes the coenzyme to flood the brain providing the 3 key effects below.

While this treatment may seem miraculous, you can’t count on it to be a one-and-done cure for you or a loved one. True recovery and sobriety can only be achieved by getting to the root of the problem and working at it every single day. While NAD therapy treatment could be a strong start to your addiction rehab process, and nothing other than a “start” is what it should be perceived as when speaking of the long road to a successful recovery.

Is NAD Therapy Right For Me?

Because NAD treatment can provide such a wide variety of benefits, NAD IV therapy can help people with a wide variety of conditions. You do not have to wait until you are experiencing a medical condition to experience the benefits of NAD IV therapy. With such a wide treatment range, NAD therapy helps promote whole-body wellness and can help your body maintain optimal performance over time.

Along with assisting with drug and alcohol addiction recovery treatment, NAD IV therapy has shown to also improve many other symptoms and conditions, including:

If you are still unsure if NAD is right for you, contact us! We would be more than happy to answer any questions and address any issues or concerns that you may have.

What To Expect With NAD IV Therapy At Tres Vistas

Each patient will receive their own personalized therapy room, each with a phone and an extremely comfortable recliner. Also, there is also a table for a personal laptop, tablet, music player, or any other form of entertainment that is preferred. Many patients have mentioned how they like how they can relax in our common area, which has a flat-screen TV, 2 comfortable couches with Netflix, cable, and many other movies included. When they return to the house they will have the option to take part in any of the activities there. Also, if they sign up for any of our other services as one of our many other counseling or therapy sessions, they will be able to utilize that during treatment.

Is NAD IV Therapy At Tres Vistas Safe?

Yes, it is safe. NAD is already in every cell of your body. We have a great professional licensed staff here watching over you during your treatment, and even when you go to the house. CPR certified house manager is on duty at all times, there are no bad side effects to this treatment that can harm you, and it’s all-natural. You will have MD visits and prescribed medication for all of your health care needs.


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