What do aging, dieting, weight loss and athletic training potentially have in common?

Oxidative stress. This condition is marked by an imbalance of free radicals and antioxidants in the body and can lead to cell and tissue damage. According to the National Cancer Institute, it has been linked to such things as obesity, poor diet and smoking, but it can also occur in people who are intentionally dieting or in athletes training for competition.

Diagram illustrating a normal cell, free radicals attacking cell, and cell with oxidative stress

Scientific evidence suggests that long-term oxidative stress can contribute to a plethora of chronic health conditions, including cancer, diabetes and heart disease. To stave off such outcomes, it is important for senior adults, and those who are dieting or on an athletic regimen, to boost their levels of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, or NAD+.

The Maverick IV Drip for Anti-AgingNAD+, a coenzyme present in almost all cells in your body, is essential to sustaining life. It helps generate cells, convert food to energy and ensure proper cell function to protect our bodies from aging and disease. NAD+ also is a key ingredient in the Maverick IV Drip formula we developed at Hang 10 Drips.

This nourishing drip is loaded with powerful antioxidants known to reverse and slow the aging process. These ingredients help to improve neurotransmitters and cellular energy production, boosting cognitive function, memory recall, mood and longevity. By delivering the therapy through IV, the ingredients go straight to your bloodstream for a faster, more effective outcome.

NAD+ benefits those who are suffering from chronic disease and age-related health issues and also contributes to overall wellness in healthy individuals. As we get older, our bodies generate less of the NAD+ coenzyme. This is one reason we begin to feel the effects of aging and become more prone to age-related illnesses.

Many of our Hang 10 Drips clients report rave reviews when undergoing the Maverick IV protocol, including improved energy, mental focus and clarity and an improvement in their overall sense of vitality. It should be a central focus of any well-rounded anti-aging program. IV NAD+ is good for the brain. We are even seeing the benefits of IV NAD+ in our work with clients as part of comprehensive addiction recovery and PTSD treatment. Several have even seen positive effects from this novel therapy on their road to recovery after cancer treatment.

To learn how IV infusion therapy with NAD+ can help you, please visit Hang10Drips.com or call us at 757-974-5828.

Pain Management Doctor and Author: Lisa Barr, MD
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A Coastal Virginia native, Dr. Lisa Barr is a seasoned physician with a passion for treating people with musculoskeletal conditions that cause pain and dysfunction. A double alumna of Eastern Virginia Medical School, Dr. Barr finished her training at EVMS in 1988 as the chief resident in physical medicine and rehabilitation. As a practicing physician in the community, she has effectively treated more than 200,000 patients over the course of her career. Dr. Barr is the founding partner at the Barr Center, where she focuses her energies on developing innovative methods to help guide her patients to optimal recovery and their best functional outcome. For information visit www.BarrCenter.com

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