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New Spring Wellness Center centrally located at Lake of the Ozarks Missouri specializes in intravenous (IV) vitamin therapy. IV therapy is a method of delivering vitamins, minerals and other substances directly into the bloodstream to counteract symptoms caused by aging, ailments and dehydration. IV delivery ensures 100% absorption vs. oral administration where they are processed through the digestive system where many are eliminated and not absorbed. All IV therapy is administered by experienced registered nurses under the direction of our Medical Director, Dr. Maria Bernabe, MD.
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What is NAD?
NAD stands for Nicotinamide (Nick-o-tin-a-mide) Adenine (Ad-a-nine) Dinucleotide (Di-nuke-tee-a-tide) is an essential molecule found in every cell of your body. This metabolic co-enzyme that structures, repairs, and is an essential component of energy production (mitochondrial function); heavily involved in DNA repair and cell repair; responsible for turning certain genes on and off; and essential for maintaining neurotransmitter levels, for the proper functioning of the brain.
NAD and Amino Acids are essentially the building blocks of a healthy body. They are building blocks that the brain, internal organs and neurological systems need to function at optimal level.
Naturally present in the cells of the body.
The natural process of aging can deplete NAD.
Building block of a healthy body and brain.
Replenishing NAD helps repair the damage done by stress, depression, addiction, alcoholism and anxiety.
How does it work?
That’s a great question. Let us walk you through the process in these 5 simple steps to recovery.
STEP 1: FREE CONSULTATION
STEP 2: ARRIVAL
STEP 3: BEGIN NAD IV THERAPY
STEP 4: COMPLETION OF NAD IV THERAPY
We will continue to provide you with NAD supplements that will need to be taken once a day for the recommended time frame given by our doctor.