While substance abuse disorder has for too long been a taboo subject, in recent years the medical community has started to reframe the way we think about the condition and its treatments. New therapies have emerged in recent years that can help people with addiction as they work through the process of their recovery. Of these therapies, NAD+ IV treatments have grown in popularity for their restorative effect on the mind and body.
Addiction disrupts the lives of the people who suffer from it and everyone around them. When you or someone you love is battling addiction, it can be difficult to carve out a time to visit an IV therapy location. At Bare Bunny Aesthetics, we bring these therapies to you.
The damage inflicted on the cells throughout our bodies by unhealthy or destructive behaviors such as overuse of drugs, alcohol, or smoking—as well as the normal process of aging—can cause them to become withered and sluggish. Fortunately, one of the coenzymes found in every one of our cells, NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide), can be reintroduced into the body, where it encourages the production of new, healthy cells. For people dealing with the physiological side effects of addiction, NAD+ replenishment can provide a new lease on life on their journey toward recovery.
We can replenish our NAD+ coenzymes in a variety of ways. Over time, cutting out drugs and alcohol, eating right, exercising, and getting enough sleep will restore NAD+ production. Sometimes, though, a damaged body needs a jump start. While NAD+ supplement options include oral capsules, topical treatments, and nasal sprays, the most effective form of NAD+ therapy uses an IV delivery system. The IV works to simultaneously hydrate your body while bypassing the digestive system, allowing your body to fully and easily absorb the treatment.