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Infusion therapy

In the USA - and currently also here - long covid and exhaustion are treated with special infusions in order to recover more efficiently and to have more energy available in everyday life. For example, NAD+, glutathione, taurine and vitamins are administered.

Clinical practice shows: most immediately feel more energy, "anti-aging effects" and improvement in depression and brain fog.

Infusion therapy with NAD+

What is NAD+?

NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a coenzyme found in every cell of the human body, important for a variety of metabolic processes. It is formed in the mitochondria (the "power plants" of our cells) in various metabolic pathways from the precursor substances niacin (vitamin B3), nicotinamide and tryptophan. In the course of life, a decrease in the biosynthesis of the coenzyme with a simultaneous increase in consumption leads to a decrease in the NAD+ concentration in the body, which can lead to age-related diseases. Reduced mental and physical performance can also be the result.

What does NAD+ therapy do?

Increasing NAD+ levels has been shown to improve a number of cardiovascular, neurodegenerative and metabolic diseases. NAD+ infusions activate cell regenerative processes that lead to improved brain function, increased performance and a slowing of ageing processes.

How does NAD+ therapy work?

The most effective way to increase NAD+ in the body is infusion therapy or subcutaneous application, where NAD+ is injected under the skin. where the coenzyme is released directly into the bloodstream and no valuable parts are lost on the way through the digestive system. In a personal conversation, we will work out with you which dosage and application variant is best for you.

What is glutathione?

Glutathione is a tripeptide formed from the amino acids glutamic acid, cysteine and glycine. As the body's own antioxidant, it eliminates free radicals and thereby protects our cells. Due to its high binding capacity, it also plays an important role in detoxification, be it from alcohol, tobacco, environmental toxins, drugs, etc. In addition, glutathione is an important pillar of our immune system.

What does glutathione therapy do?

Glutathione reduces oxidative stress and thus counteracts cell and tissue damage, which has a beneficial effect on many chronic diseases. Glutathione therapy gives new energy in the case of chronic exhaustion, e.g. in the context of long covid or burnout. It also strengthens a weak immune system in the long term. However, an increase in the glutathione level not only helps with illnesses, but is also associated with anti-aging effects.

How does glutathione therapy work?

A glutathione infusion enables the high-dose administration of the active substance on a fast and direct way to the cells where it is needed. The optimal dosage and form of therapy are worked out and agreed in a personal consultation.