NAD THERAPY FOR Fenton Addiction Treatment
Experience safe NAD for Fenton Addiction Treatment detox from severe or habitual drug & alcohol abuse at our NAD Treatment for Fenton Addiction Treatment Center. NAD stands for Nicotinamide (Nick-o-tin-a-mide) Adenine (Ad-a-nine) Dinucleotide (Di-nuke-tee-a-tide). NAD is an necessary molecule found in any cell of your body. This metabolic co-enzyme that builds, repairs, and is an essential factor of energy production (mitochondrial function); heavily involved in DNA repair and cell repair; responsible for turning certain genes on and off; and necessary for retaining neurotransmitter levels, for the proper operation of the brain. News Spring Wellness Center provides the best rated NAD IV Therapy when you are searching for NAD Addiction Treatment in NAD Treatment Fenton near me. Read more or contact us about NAD IV Therapy For Addiction
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So many healthful options here. I trust Dr Bernabe and Chad & Katie and know they are using quality products. You couldn’t ask for a more caring atmosphere!
The staff is the most kind, compassionate, caring group of people. I highly recommend.
My husband and I have been here a several times. Today I called and they worked us in when I said my son was battling the stomach flu. He was very impressed with the nurse and owners! Wonderful people !!! Wonderful facility!!!
First time in and I’m going back SOON!! Staff was great! I left feeling rejuvenated yet relaxed and ready to face the week!! Highly recommend!!
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I went in for a “booster” after my nicotine treatment. I had been feeling very anxious and irritated. After my booster, I felt so calm and relaxed. It was just what I needed to commit to my goal. Great place!
WHAT IS MISSING IN THE TREATMENT OF DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTION?
An approach of addressing the underlying chemical changes in the brain that the drugs or alcohol have caused.
Abstinence, psychological support and switching to other drugs are generally all that are used in drug treatment, in hopes that the brain will progressively recoup on its own from the chemical damage. While some degree of brain healing will usually occur after decreasing or discontinuing drug or alcohol use, very often the natural healing is minimal, and the person suffers with continuing emptiness, anxiety, depression, insomnia, cravings, pain, brain fog and/or fatigue.
HOW IS NEURORECOVER TREATMENT GIVEN?
NeuroRecover therapy involves several days, usually without interruption, of daily intravenous therapy. The IV formula is given as a slow drip, requiring about eight hours each day for the first few days, and often less hours towards the final days of therapy.
The lengthened daily exposure to high levels of amino acids designed to effectively penetrate the brain allows the patient who is still using drugs or alcohol to safely stop these substances completely (“cold turkey”), with few exceptions, on the first day of treatment. While some withdrawal symptoms are often felt, nearly all patients find that it is much easier than doing it without the assistance of the amino acids.
Patients find that the major negative effects of drugs or alcohol use, such as cravings and anxiety, are gone by the fourth to sixth day of therapy. The second phase of restoration takes over at this point getting back one’s enthusiasm, memory, mental clarity, sleep quality and energy. Your doctor will help you determine how many days of treatment are required for the best, lasting result.
BRIDGE: OPIOID WITHDRAWAL in Fenton Addiction Therapy
The BRIDGE is a temporary, non narcotic, non surgical device applied in an outpatient procedure at our Fenton Addiction Treatment Center. The BRIDGE is a safe Fenton addiction treatment and effective Fenton addiction rehab to reduce opioid withdrawal symptoms.
- Reduces withdrawal symptoms within 15-30 minutes
- Relief lasts for up to 5 days while opiates leave system
- Ideal for people who can not go to inpatient treatment
- Can resume normal activities such as work, school and family
- FDA Cleared for use as an aid to reduce the symptoms of opioid withdrawal
NAD+ IV FOR WELLNESS in Fenton
Regain mental agility with more clarity & less fog.
Service Time: 6-10 Days | 8 Hours A Days
ANXIETY & PTSD
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NAD+ IV FOR AGING in Fenton
NAD+ IV Drips are perhaps best known in the anti-aging arena.
The simple act of aging and oxidative stress can deplete crucial nutrients and building blocks for a healthy brain. This leads to symptoms such as anxiety, emptiness, brain fog, physical pain, depression, lack of motivation and sleep difficulties. Our intravenous formula consists of unique combinations of a few select amino acids in a base of NAD that are specifically designed to assist the nervous system in repairing those receptors.
NeuroRecover™ is administered as a daily intravenous solution for up to eight hours a day. This prolonged exposure to specific amino acids and NAD bathes the damaged nervous system in an abundance of repair materials. The brain is then able to rapidly employ these natural materials to speed healing and rebalance the brain. Once the body’s neuroreceptor functions have been balanced, patients notice increased mental clarity, sharpness and usually an enhanced sense of calm.
These formulas are based on over 15 years of treatment of more than 3,000 patients by Dr. William M. Hitt in his addiction management clinic. Dr. Hitt found that after his patients were treated for their addiction they commonly reported increased mental wellbeing and function. Dr. Hitt then discovered that this improved mental clarity and calm could be achieved in patients that had no history of substance abuse.
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Anxiety & PTSD
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Chronic stress is perhaps the country’s leading underlying cause of degenerative diseases such as hypertension, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, osteoarthritis, and many more. This type of stress can also lead to a generalized sense of anxiety. Millions of Americans suffer from anxiety disorders – some go untreated, some self-medicate with alcohol or drugs, some find relief in prescribed medications and some become addicted to that same medication.
It’s likely that NAD and other nutrients plays a role in resetting the brain to regulate moods appropriately. For starters, NAD is essential for maintaining proper levels of neurotransmitters—intricately involved in brain neurotransmission. Neurotransmitters are chemicals in the brain that help to control states of consciousness, including moods. Likewise, amino acids are a building block for a healthy body. Our nutrient based IV therapy can be used to help regulate the mind and body, contributing to calm, clarity, and even a reduction of anxiety.
Direct observation of patients receiving NAD for chemical detoxification who also suffer from PTSD showed that NAD appears to substantially relieve symptoms of PTSD. Early observation by Dr Hitt, the pioneer in NAD/Amino Acid therapy, points to his patients that received treatment for addictions reported an improved feeling of wellbeing and calm.
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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.