What is NAD+ Therapy?
NAD+ is a therapy that can help you to stay on the path to recovery. Also known as Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, it is a naturally occurring enzyme that promotes the production of energy within your body’s cells. With NAD+ therapy, you can repair and reverse damage that has been done from substance abuse on a cellular level. At CRC, we are open to the best treatments available, both traditional and alternative forms. NAD+ is gaining popularity as a modern, effective, powerful treatment.
How NAD+ IV Therapy Can Help
NAD+ heals your body on a cellular level. The benefits include reducing cravings and withdrawal symptoms, improving brain function, repairing cells throughout your body, improving mood and memory, and increasing the ability to focus. NAD+ treatment can offer many great benefits and results, including:
- Reduces cravings
- Repairs cells throughout the body, improving overall health
- Improves brain function
- Reduces withdrawal symptoms
- Boosts mood
- Increases the ability to focus
- Improves memory
How Long Does NAD+ IV Therapy Take to Work?
The benefits of NAD+ IV therapy are experienced by your body immediately. Once the IV drip is administered by therapists in our clinic in Chicago, your body quickly begins working to restore health on a cellular level. Clients have said that they feel the effects immediately after a treatment. Each treatment of NAD+ IV therapy at our integrated center of healing in Chicago takes approximately three hours. After your NAD+ treatment session, you can expect to have increased mental clarity and an increased energy level. Overall, you and your body should feel healthier and optimized.
Who Would Benefit from NAD+
NAD+ with CRC Treatment Center is ideal if you are experiencing substance abuse. Specifically, if you are experiencing withdrawals from substances, NAD therapy can help by restoring balance within your brain. After receiving alternative services such as NAD+, many people say they have life-changing results. It is not just for substance abuse and addiction: It is for anyone who is looking to optimize their overall health working from a cellular level. We are proud to offer revolutionary treatments like NAD infusions to our Chicago clients. Combined with other services such as psychotherapy, counseling and family therapy, NAD treatment can truly be life changing.
What Makes IV Therapy Effective?
IV therapy is effective because the NAD+ enzymes are placed directly into your bloodstream. This allows your body to quickly and efficiently absorb what it needs at a much higher level than from food or supplements. Your body’s ability to absorb enzymes, vitamins, and minerals when swallowed (therefore having to pass through the stomach) is impacted by factors that include metabolism, age, overall health, and genetics. However, when you receive nutrients intravenously (via an IV drip), your body is able to consume everything much more quickly and in much larger amounts.
Our Evidence-Based Approach to Substance Abuse Treatment
Modern Recovery Therapies for Substance Abuse
NAD+ is a therapy helping individuals stay on the path to recovery. Also known as Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, it’s a naturally occurring enzyme that promotes the production of energy within our body’s cells. With NAD+ therapy, individuals can improve brain function.
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Mental Health Therapy
Our goals at CRC are:
- Help you heal your mind, body, and soul through a variety of effective treatments and therapies
- Provide state-of-the-art care to help you during your healing process
- Teach you tools to cope with life’s challenges in a healthy way
- Help you to feel empowered and confident in your life
- Help you to gain awareness and insight into your specific triggers
- Address any co-occurring mental health conditions
- Treat not just yourself as an individual but also address your relationships with family members and loved ones
- Offer you collaborative therapy and treatment during your substance abuse treatment
Our medical and wellness teams provide patients with a truly singular experience through respect, kindness, and compassion that promotes ease and tranquility.
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Speak with our team to see how we can help you with our evidence-based treatments and integrated medicine approach.
What We Offer in Substance Abuse Treatment
Partial Hospitalization Program: When participating in our Chicago Partial Hospitalization Program, you receive intensive care through our unique offering of treatments and therapies while remaining in your home. This can include attending individual therapy and group therapy sessions multiple times per week, along with a custom treatment plan that includes a variety of modern therapies offered at CRC Treatment Center in Chicago.
Intensive Outpatient Program: Intensive Outpatient is a key step in long-term recovery. Therapies and treatments are provided at CRC in Chicago, but you are able to live in your home during the duration of treatment with access to work and family. Whether you are receiving treatment from addiction and substance abuse, mental illness, disordered eating, alcoholism, or depression, Intensive Outpatient at CRC in Chicago provides you with the highest level of care.
Outpatient Detox: Detox with CRC Treatment Center in Chicago enables you to go through the detox process all from your own home environment while keeping the detox as safe and as comfortable as possible.
IV Detox: To help you safely detox from substances, our IV Detox treatment ensures that you stay hydrated during the detox process and replenishes your nutrient levels. This ultimately minimizes the intensity of withdrawal symptoms.
Addiction Counseling: We provide you with counseling from Chicago’s top counselors and psychiatrists to help you identify specific triggers associated with your addiction. These critical sessions also give you life-long tools to improve and maintain your mental health.
Why Choose CRC Treatment Center for Addiction Treatment
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NAD IV Therapy: Frequently Asked Questions
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