Since 40%-60% of all (conventional) (inpatient, outpatient, hospital) rehab patients relapse according to the NIH’s National Institute on Drug Abuse, it is important to provide all possible solutions to have the patient be ready to receive treatment.
NAD helps the body to repair the brain. This is particularly important considering that long-term drug use results in changes in the brain that persist long after a person stops using drugs. These drug-induced changes in brain function include an inability to exert control over the impulse to use drugs.
https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/principles-drug-addiction-treatment-research-based-guide-third-edition/frequently-asked-questions/why-do-drug-addicted-persons-keep-using Headrick Medical Center and Tres Vistas Recovery addresses brain health.
Substance disorders can be treated most cost-effectively in outpatient drug-free settings. Headrick Medical Center coordinates with IOP’s and out-of-town clients to receive NAD Treatment.
Additional Related Articles:
Lin, Su-Ju and Guarente, Leonard. “Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, a metabolic regulator of transcription, longevity and disease.” Current Opinion in Cell Biology. 2003.
Norris, Paula. “Ask an Expert: Can I Fix My Pot-Damaged Brain?” The Fix – Addiction and Recovery, Straight Up. 1 March, 2016.
Norris, Paula. “NAD Brain Restoration For Addiction.” The Fix – Addiction and Recovery, Straight Up. 24 September, 2015.
“Announcing the First Brain Restoration Summit: NAD—The future of brain health.” Alchemy On Demand: Words Into Gold. September, 2015.
Hasselle, Della. “The Remedy Room offers IV therapy in New Orleans.” Gambit. 5 May, 2014.
Morales, Royce Amy. “Brain Restoration: Too Good To Be True’ for Addiction and Disease?” The Fix – Addiction and Recovery, Straight Up. 20 March, 2014.
The NAD Deficiency Diseases – John P. Cleary, M.D.
Diphosphopyridine Nucleotide in the Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Drug Addiction – Paul O’Hollaren, M.D.
“Harvard researchers find a new compound that can make old cells young again”, Time
Bill Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, discusses nutrition and its value in achieving sobriety – specifically, Niacin (B-3).