The scope of therapeutic use of NAD is widening day by day with multiple mechanisms of action. Aging is a time-dependent progressive decline in biochemical and physiological functions characterized by physical and cognitive impairment. The increasing scientific evidence for the role of NAD IV treatment in slowing the aging process has led to several clinical trials. Latest clinical evidence has shown that oxidative stress plays a crucial role in the aging process and in several degenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, diabetes, and chronic inflammation. NAD’s therapeutic properties mainly originate from its mediating role in many redox reactions (oxidation-reduction). Reduced oxidation limits the process of aging and promotes long-term overall health. 

At the “Systemic level” NAD is known to improve communication between adipose tissue and hypothalamus, and increase interaction among mitochondria and nucleus at the “Cellular level” to fight longevity and aging factors. 

Another profound effect of NAD related to anti-aging is DNA protection and regulating inflammation. Increased inflammation with age can damage cell structure/DNA and promote cell death. In this case, NAD can be a superhero for cells with the power of correcting and preventing DNA damage. In fact, the use of NAD becomes even more important with increasing pollutants in our environment and inflammatory foods in our diets, threatening our well-being with extravagant oxidation and inflammation.