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Many years ago, I had friends who experienced the terrible feelings that come with detoxing from long-term substance abuse. It was enough to send many of them back to those same old substances.
At the time, "suffering through" was the only option, and as a result many people never made it to long-term recovery, but times have changed, and now there are better ways.
ReNAD+ has an alternative that uses NAD+ IV therapy to prevent the unpleasant symptoms of withdrawal and reduce cravings, making the recovery process more of a healing journey than a terrible nightmare.
Visit https://nadtreatment.com to see case studies, get details about how it works, or request a consultation.
The traditional method for detoxing is simple. Patients only have to wait and the drugs will slowly, and often painfully, leave their system. ReNAD+ takes a different approach by manually flushing out any drugs that remain in your body, and restoring your cell’s depleted levels of NAD.
NAD, or nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, occurs naturally in all living cells and plays a vital role in keeping them healthy. Unfortunately, cells can become deficient in NAD in several ways, including due to certain diseases, old age, and long-term substance abuse.
The NAD therapy offered by ReNAD+ gently replaces your body’s lost NAD, which helps to restore mitochondria, which as we all know, is the powerhouse of the cell. This provides additional energy at the cellular level and helps to repair damaged DNA. It has also been shown in several extensive studies to reduce the withdrawal symptoms associated with detoxing from drugs, such as fentanyl, Xanax, and alcohol.
In a recent study, NAD therapy was found to have a 90% success rate at eliminating withdrawal symptoms, making it significantly easier for patients to recover from sustained substance abuse. When surveyed, 92% of patients said they had little to no withdrawal symptoms or cravings for drugs.
In traditional treatment settings, such as drug rehabilitation centers and 12-step programs, success rates average around 50%, if patients who relapse but return to try again are included as successes. A recent study with NAD treatment found that only 2 out of 60 patients relapsed in the first 14 months, giving it a success rate of 96.6%.
One satisfied patient said, “ReNAD+ was the perfect combination of compassion and results. Their dedication to NAD + IV’s and pure passion in modern medicine will change many lives.”
Changing your life, stopping a substance abuse habit, and getting help, is all hard enough already.
Don't compound it by adding the suffering of a painful detox, followed by weeks of intense cravings. Just get NAD.
Visit https://nadtreatment.com to learn more about the process, and how it can help.
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