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NAD+ Infusion- The Eternal Fountain of Youth?

The “miracle” molecule NAD+. Important for almost all body functions, it is produced by our organism itself. With increasing age, the production decreases. This is exactly where we come in.


In this medical treatment, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is administered intravenously. It thus enters the bloodstream directly resulting in a quick and effective result and rapidly optimizing the body’s NAD+ level.

NAD+ is an important cofactor that plays an important role in many metabolic processes in the body and is essential for a variety of functions. These include energy production, DNA repair, brain function and the slowing of cellular aging.

At a glance

Intravenous infusion
90 to 120 min
300 to 600 euros per infusion
1-2 (scale 1-10); possibly mild nausea during the Infusion
Extra energy, slower aging, increase in brain power.

Every area of the body benefits from coenzyme NAD+

It is not uncommon for NAD+ infusion to be considered the closest thing to a “fountain of youth”. Especially because of its effect on the aging process, this infusion is highly regarded.

In addition to this advantage, the NAD+ infusion offers many others:

  • Increased energy production: NAD+ is involved in energy production in the mitochondria, which are considered the powerhouses of cells. It increases ATP (adenosine triphosphate) production, which leads to more energy and endurance.
  • Increased concentration: NAD+ infusion helps to raise concentration and mental performance. It restores brain function and sharpens memory.
  • Cell Regeneration: With an increase in NAD+ levels throughout the body, the body is better able to respond to injury, illness, and fatigue and recovers noticeably faster.
  • Works against fatigue: NAD+ works at the cellular level and provides energy exactly where it is needed.

We have tested the infusion – like all our treatments – extensively ourselves before including it in our range of treatments and are very enthusiastic about the effect!

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What does an NAD+ infusion do?

It helps regenerate performance, improves brain function and combats chronic fatigue and exhaustion. Because it also supports cell repair, NAD+ counteracts the natural aging process, making it one of the most powerful anti-aging tools currently available. It also helps break down carbohydrates and alcohol in the body.

What is NAD+?

NAD+ is an energy-providing coenzyme. It is produced in the body from vitamin B3 (niacin) and from degradation products of the amino acid tryptophan.

How often should one undergo infusion?

We recommend starting once with half a dose, i.e. 0.25mg NAD+ infusion, so that the body can slowly get used to this active ingredient. After that we recommend to “recharge” the NAD+ level of the body with 4 to 5 infusions once and then “reload” once a month or at least once a quarter.

Is the infusion safe?

Properly used, NAD+ infusion is a very safe procedure. NAD+ must not be combined with other agents. Of course, possible contraindicators are clarified before treatment.

Can side effects occur?

As with almost everything, side effects can also occur with this treatment. Possible side effects are, for example, a feeling of tightness in the chest, dizziness and nausea, especially during the first application. These side effects are harmless and subside immediately once the infusion speed has been reduced.

How does an NAD+ deficiency make itself felt?

For example, fatigue, poor concentration, weight gain and a faster aging process may occur.

Why does NAD+ production decrease with age?

The mitochondria (powerhouse of the cell) are mainly responsible for the production of NAD+ in the body. However, this function of the mitochondria decreases with age. Hence the name “molecule of youth” by which NAD+ is also often referred to. Already from the age of 40, the NAD+ level is reduced to half.

What are the arguments against NAD+ infusions?

Currently primarily the high price! Since the active ingredient is still very new and is currently only manufactured by one producer, the ampoules are also very expensive for us to purchase. We hope that in the course of time the price will decrease so that we can make this infusion available to a broader group of patients.

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