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NAD+ for Depression San Jose, CA

Depression impacts millions of people every year. While outside stress can have an impact on those with depression, there are biological factors as well. Cognitive impairments, including brain cell inflammation and neurotransmitter imbalances can be factors in experiencing depression symptoms. At NexGen Health in San Jose, CA, we offer NAD+ IV therapy infusion treatment for depression that can improve symptoms from a cellular level.

NAD+ is the active form of nicotinamide adenosine dinucleotide, a coenzyme of niacin, or vitamin B3. NAD+ is required for creating energy in the human cells and for many other cellular functions. When NAD+ levels are low, there is a higher chance of cellular dysfunction. This includes cells in the brain and nervous system. Individuals with low levels of NAD+ are at higher risk for mood disorders, addiction and depression. Restoring NAD+ levels in the body and brain can help improve the performance of neurotransmitters and other cells.

Mood Elevation and Calming Effects

NAD+ IV therapy infusion treatment for depression can impact the function of the brain and nervous system. Improving NAD+ levels can result in higher levels of coenzymes and chemicals in the brain that stimulate happy and calm effects on mood. Neurotransmitters require NAD+ to function correctly, and increased levels can improve cognitive function and focus. NAD+ also helps detoxify the body and removes elements that can impact mental and physical health.

NAD+ IV treatments for depression are very safe and can improve mood and cognitive function from a cellular level. There are no negative side effects from using NAD+ for depression or anxiety, only improved cellular health and overall wellness.

If you are interested in learning more about NAD+ IV therapy infusion treatment for depression, contact us at NexGen Health in San Jose to book your appointment. We can schedule a consultation with one of our medical team to discuss NAD+ IV treatments to determine if this therapy may be right for you.