What is NAD+?

NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) is a coenzyme that is found in all living cells. It plays a crucial role in cellular metabolism and energy production. NAD+ is essential for various biological processes such as DNA repair, Age –related Changes, mitochondrial function, cell division, and the immune response.

NAD+ Research Highlights

NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) plays a vital role in various physiological functions. Here are some of its key benefits for human health:

  • Cellular Metabolism: NAD+ is crucial for metabolic processes, helping to convert nutrients into energy.
  • DNA Repair: It participates in repairing damaged DNA, maintaining cellular health and function.
  • Regulation of Circadian Rhythms: NAD+ levels fluctuate in a daily cycle, helping to regulate sleep-wake patterns.
  • Sirtuin Activation: Sirtuins are a family of proteins that depend on NAD+ and are involved in aging, inflammation, and stress resistance.
  • Mitochondrial Function: Adequate NAD+ is essential for the health of mitochondria, the powerhouses of the cell.
  • Protection Against Neurodegeneration: It may offer neuroprotective benefits, potentially guarding against age-related degenerative diseases.
  • Age-Related Changes: As NAD+ levels decline with age, supplementation may help to ameliorate age-associated metabolic decline and support healthy aging

We have each vial 2000mg(also available 1000mg) of active Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+), which is designed to offer a range of revitalizing effects associated with NAD+ therapy. This high concentration aims to improve cellular metabolism, aid in DNA repair, and provide other health benefits.

Understanding its Physical Properties

Your NAD+ solution will arrive as a transparent, colorless liquid, carefully prepared so that you can immediately begin to experience its potential benefits.

As of our most recent update, there are no new contraindications or precautions associated with NAD+ injections. Please be aware that individuals with a known allergy to NAD+ injections are advised not to use this product. For personalized medical advice, always consult your healthcare provider.

Up to this point, there have been no interactions reported with NAD+ injections. However, it's important to consider that there may be potential interactions that are not yet known.

Most individuals don't have negative reactions to NAD+ injection supplement. If you notice any discomfort, try injecting at a different spot on your body next time. If discomfort persists, stop using the product and contact our MediSpa Health staff.

Reminder: Our supplement should be used according to instructions and is not meant to identify, heal, cure, or prevent any illness without advice from a healthcare provider.

There has been no established safety profile for NAD+ injections in pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, or children. In the absence of comprehensive safety data, it is recommended that these groups refrain from using NAD+ injections.

If you're currently battling cancer, it's essential to tread carefully with at-home NAD+ therapy due to the unclear implications it may have on your condition. For individuals in remission or with a past cancer diagnosis, consult your healthcare provider for personalized recommendations before considering NAD+ treatments at home.

Store Nad+ Injectable in the refrigerator at temperatures between 36°F to 46°F (2°C to 8°C). Ensure all medications are kept away from children. Dispose of any medication that has passed the beyond-use date. Please avoid flushing medications down the toilet or sink; instead, follow proper medication disposal guidelines.

  • 1 x Vial containing 2000mg of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+)
  • 40 x Micro Needles
  • 40 x Antibacterial Wipes
  • 1 x Sharps Bin (for disposing of used needles)
  • Instruction Guide for self injecting subcutaneously

Your NAD+ home kit includes all essentials for a simple start to your NAD+ routine, enabling immediate use in the comfort of your home. Handling a Shortage of Injectable with Remaining NAD+ Supply

If your injectables run out before your NAD+ vial is empty, don't worry. Contact our customer service for more injectable to keep up your NAD+ treatment.

NAD+ micro-injectables are engineered to be as safe as insulin injections, offering a secure method for elevating your NAD+ levels. Because NAD+ is a naturally occurring molecule in the body, it is easily recognized and processed, making the micro-injectable format both effective and safe for use. For detailed guidance on how to safely administer NAD+ micro-injectables, refer to our comprehensive User Guide.

If you're new to NAD+, start with a microinjection once a day for the first three days. Following this introductory phase, switch to an every-other-day schedule. Remember to adhere strictly to the advised dosage and use your NAD+ solely for your personal regimen.

To remove air bubbles from your NAD+ vial, use these steps:

  1. Tap the Vial Gently: Secure the vial between your thumb and forefinger, and tap the sides using your other hand, making bubbles float upwards.
  2. Flick for Stubborn Bubbles: For persistent bubbles, flick the vial lightly with your finger to shift them.
  3. Swirl for Movement: Swirl the vial gently in a circular pattern to move bubbles to the top.
  4. Rest if Needed: Let the vial stand still if bubbles don't move, so they can rise up in time.

If you use too much NAD+, don't worry; it's made to be safe. But, your body might not use the entire extra. It's usually okay, but if you feel odd, it's best to talk to a doctor.

For health safety, your personal home therapy kit should not be shared. Cross-contamination risks from shared vials or syringes could compromise the treatment's effectiveness. Dedicated kits for each individual are crucial for the integrity and success of the therapy.

While most people don't experience adverse side effects from NAD+ therapy, many do report feeling more alert and energized after administration. The experience can vary from person to person, so it's best to be aware of how your own body reacts to the supplement.

NAD+ and NADH represent two molecular states: NAD+ is the active, oxidized form, offering superior bioavailability and wider health advantages, while NADH is its reduced counterpart with a different impact profile. For those in the UK and Europe, NAD+ AT HOME stands out as the sole self-administered micro-injectable option, affording the benefits of NAD+ therapy conveniently, without clinic visits or IV infusions.

Understanding these differences can help you make an informed decision about which form of the molecule best suits your health goals.

For optimal results, please ensure you administer your NAD+ micro-injectables in the areas outlined within your User Guide. Our formulation is designed to infuse NAD+ directly into the subcutaneous tissue for maximum absorption and efficacy. It's important to note that these micro-injectables are strictly for subcutaneous administration and must not be used intravenously or intramuscularly. Should any irritation occur, try an alternative approved site for application or seek advice from a healthcare provider.

Key Safety Steps"

Dispose of all used NAD+ micro-injectable vials and needles in the sharps container provided. Handle with care to prevent needle stick injuries. When the container is full, take it to a local pharmacy for safe and eco-friendly disposal

How to Manage Bruising from Injections

Should you notice a bruise post-injection, there's no need for alarm. Follow these effective steps for swift ease:

Upon experiencing discomfort right after the injection, press softly on the area to minimize bruising potential. Avoid rubbing the spot to prevent exacerbating the bruise. Cool the site with an ice pack. Refrain from administering further NAD+ injections near the bruised region until it has fully recovered. For severe pain, seek advice from your healthcare provider.

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