Press Release (ePRNews.com) - San Diego, California - May 31, 2017 - NAD Treatment Center, the premier outpatient clinic in San Diego, California, today announced their non-invasive therapy may help relieve the symptoms associated with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The clinic specializes in a natural brain restoration therapy using intravenous NAD+ for various chronic conditions, neurodegenerative diseases and detoxification from substance abuse. The clinic has observed symptoms of pain and anxiety are also almost instantaneously reduced in most patients undergoing NAD+ therapy.
The body is able to produce and recycle enough NAD+ for general health, but as we age, this process becomes less and less efficient. Exposure to drugs, alcohol, environmental toxins and a lack of sleep further exacerbate the decline in NAD+. Getting good quality sleep for most veterans is a challenge, and they will often self-medicate through drugs and alcohol. Unfortunately, this perpetually depletes the body from NAD+, as it can only be regenerated while you sleep.
At the NAD Treatment Center, we have learned that restoring brain chemistry and neuronal connections is key to breaking the cycle of addiction and other symptoms tied to PTSD. NAD+ encourages cellular regeneration to restore brain function while promoting optimal mental and physical health.
According to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, one out of three veterans seeking treatment for substance abuse also has PTSD. Most centers offering support for PTSD and substance abuse use prescription drugs to help minimize the side effects of withdrawal and anxiety. Intravenous NAD+ therapy addresses the issue at the source by regenerating cells and re-balancing neurotransmitters within the brain that were disturbed from substance abuse.
“At the NAD Treatment Center, we have learned that restoring brain chemistry and neuronal connections,” said Phillip Milgram, MD, medical director of the NAD Treatment Center, “is key to breaking the cycle of addiction and other symptoms tied to PTSD. NAD+ encourages cellular regeneration to restore brain function while promoting optimal mental and physical health.”
Most patients receiving intravenous NAD+ have tried conventional treatment and therapies, and typically come to this alternative with hesitation. But as the interest in intravenous NAD+ grows, patients with a wide variety of conditions and backgrounds have found success, with more than 90 percent reporting no cravings or withdrawal symptoms following treatment. This therapy has helped veterans, parents, business executives, the elderly and the sick, and it has given a second chance to someone’s son or daughter.
NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) is a simple metabolic coenzyme of Niacin, a B vitamin that is involved in energy production for every mitochondria within our bodies. Research has shown that people afflicted with addiction, alcoholism, stress and depression have an NAD+ deficiency. This treatment replenishes the supply of neurotransmitters and promotes healthy brain function, and is completely based upon nutrients that are naturally found within a healthy body.
The announcement of NAD+ therapy to relieve symptoms to relieve PTSD comes on the heels of the NAD Treatment Center’s recent launch and their initial offering of NAD+, Vivitrol and the Bridge.
About NAD Treatment Center
Located at 4080 Centre Drive in San Diego, California, the NAD Treatment Center is a clinic that specializes in natural detoxification from chemical dependence through brain restoration therapy using intravenous NAD⁺. We offer the best natural therapy for those suffering from brain injury, substance abuse and the symptoms related to PTSD. Using NAD⁺ in combination with the latest technology and alternative therapies, we customize programs for each individual. Our treatment program is unique because we minimize the amount of medication people have to take and restore their brain on a cellular level. For additional information, call (844) 623-7587 or visit us online at NADTreatmentCenter.com. Source :
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