NADH Drip to NAD+ from £295

Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide

Ever since its introduction, our NAD+ Drip has proved popular with those struggling with brain fog, low energy, poor concentration / focus, mood disorders, and more. It’s helped many of our clients effectively support their wellbeing, and we’re so glad!

NAD+ & NADH are a redox couple, which means that one is reduced (NADH) and the other is oxidised (NAD+) in the redox reaction process. This reaction is vital for cellular energy production and metabolism. With cell health forming the basis of our broader health and wellbeing – it is really important for us to support our bodies in this aspect.

Both NAD+ and NADH are two sides of the same coin, sharing many health benefits. However, it’s our NAD+ levels that decline as we age – which is why research shows that supplementing with NAD+ is better than using NADH.

We always want to do our very best for our clients, which is why we decided to upgrade our NADH to superior NAD+

Please note: NAD+ Drip is administered over a minimum of 90 minutes.

Key Ingredients

  • NAD+ Drip
  • NAD+ (500mg)
  • Sodium Chloride 250ml (242mmol)
  • NAD+ Booster Shot Injection (Subcutaneous)
  • NAD+ (60mg)

You might be wondering what the difference is between NADH and NAD+, don’t worry, we will clear that up for you. Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide has two forms — one active and one inactive. In its active form, it is known as NAD+, and in its inactive form, it is known as NADH. NAD+ and NADH are a redox couple, meaning that while NADH gets reduced, NAD+ gets oxidised – when something is being reduced, it is gaining electrons and when something is being oxidised, it loses electrons. So, to be put simply, NAD+ is an oxidised version of NADH.

An optimal ratio comes into play when dealing with NAD+ and NADH. This ratio suggests that a generally higher NAD+ to NADH ratio is favourable. A low NAD+ to NADH ratio has been linked to mitochondrial dysfunction and accelerated ageing. Over the years, our NADH levels increase whereas our NAD+ levels decrease. Although we do have a natural supply of NAD+ in our bodies, our levels actually decline at a cellular, tissue/organ, and organismal levels during the course of ageing and throughout time. The more active the immune system is the more NAD+ the enzyme consumes. The level of enzymes in our immune system increases as we age, depleting the NAD+ levels in the body.

What are the benefits of NAD+?

  • Some of the many benefits of NAD+ include [1]:
  • Aiding in biological processes (gene expression, extracting cellular energy from nutrition, repairing and protecting DNA etc.)
  • Slows cognitive decline
  • Fights chronic fatigue
  • Increases energy
  • Boosts metabolism
  • Regenerates cells / anti-ageing
  • Slows ageing
  • Reduces internal inflammation

One of the most exciting aspects of NAD+ IV Therapy is that anyone can benefit from it! If you show signs of low energy levels, fatigued and feel overall sluggish, or if you feel as though you continuously have ‘brain fog’, then you could be a good candidate for NAD+ IV Therapy. Replenishing your NAD+ levels can drastically reduce these types of feelings.

Overall, NAD+ has many great qualities that anyone can benefit from. Whether that be dealing with brain fog to anti-ageing remedies, NAD+ could be just what you are looking for. Lucky for you, due to popular demand, you can now receive our new NAD+ as an IV Drip or as an SC (subcutaneous) Injection starting from Monday 14th of November, available at all clinics – franchises included!

*IV Health Care reserve the right to change the ingredients, prices and products of all our services on a daily basis. Our products, ingredients and prices are subject to change at the discretion of IV Health Care up until payment for your Drip or Booster