These articles are presented for informational purposes only. The authors of these articles are not associated with Bridgeway, but provide valuable information on the results they have seen while working with NAD+.
Intravenous Administration of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide Significantly Reduces Self Report
Craving Ratings Associated with Opiate and Alcohol Withdrawal
Introduction: Treatment of substance abuse disorders continues to challenge clinicians and “cravings” for the abused substance are often impediments to sobriety. Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) has been used in the past with claims of having anti-craving properties. Previous data from this clinic using a similar formulation of NAD support the use of NAD as a valid treatment for drug cravings. READ MORE
NMN and NAD Reverse Aging of Blood Vessels in New Study
Using the NAD boosting molecule NMN, Dr. David Sinclair’s team reversed blood vessel and muscle aging in mice, while boosting their exercise endurance. As Dr. Sinclair says, “We’ve discovered a way to reverse vascular aging by boosting the presence of naturally occurring molecules in the body that augment the physiological response to exercise” adding “The approach stimulates blood vessel growth and boosts stamina and endurance in mice and sets the stage for therapies in humans to address the spectrum of diseases that arise from vascular aging.” READ MORE
NAD Brain Restoration for Addiction
Can neurotransmitter restoration therapy return people who suffer from PTSD, substance abuse, and other mental health conditions to previous levels of health? If addiction is, as some assert, a “chronic, relapsing brain disease,” it follows that treatments that specifically target brain functioning should be an important part of the arsenal of interventions used to help patients. Although a variety of treatments designed to improve the mental functioning of patients, including the use of psychotropics, already exist, NAD therapy is unique in a variety of ways, including the intravenous method of administration. READ MORE
Does the Hyped “Brain Restoration” Miracle Cure for Addiction Really Work?
When Paul decided again it was time to do something about his drug addiction, he knew the usual routes wouldn’t work. While using a variety of substances for at least two-thirds of his life – injecting heroin in the last 20 years of it - he also became a veteran of just about every traditional rehab/detox program in the book. Twelve to be exact; with no permanent results or positive outcomes to speak of. READ MORE