It happens to all of us. We forget someone’s name. We space on an appointment. Maybe we can’t remember where we put our phone. Again. If this sounds like you, you might be having a case of brain fog…that feeling where your mind isn’t quite as sharp as you’d like it to be.
Fortunately, NAD+ may be able to help.
Increasing evidence suggests NAD+ and NADH play an important role in multiple biological processes in the brain such as neurotransmission, learning, and memory.
It may also mediate brain aging and the tissue damage in various brain illnesses. This means that NAD+ may be able to signal the growth, repair and development of brain/nerve tissue. In other words, NAD+ may be able to virtually help the brain regenerate and reverse aging to some degree, allowing patients to feel like they did before the brain tissue was damaged either from injury, stressful events, brain disease or the regular aging process.
It has been shown that reduced NAD+ levels play a pivotal role in brain aging and neurodegenerative disorders. Therefore, NAD+ replenishment improves mitochondrial function and mitochondrial biogenesis and reduces accumulation of damaged mitochondria in both premature aging and Alzheimer’s disease.
3 NAD+ Facts to Remember:
- NAD+ Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, or NAD+, is an essential coenzyme in the body that we can not live without.
- NAD+ boosts the mitochondria in the cells and is involved in metabolism, neurologic and muscular function, cardiometabolic health, cellular repair, and scientists believe the loss of NAD+ over time plays an important role in the aging process.
- NAD+ treatments may counteract the effects of brain aging and stress and it is safe to say that almost everyone can benefit from an NAD+ treatment to some degree
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