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NAD+ Infusion protocol

NAD+ infusion therapy is a popular anti-aging treatment that involves infusing high doses of NAD+ directly into the bloodstream. The NAD+ infusion protocol typically lasts several hours and can be repeated over the course of several weeks. During the treatment, patients may experience a range of effects, including increased energy, mental clarity, and overall well-being. Some studies have suggested that NAD+ infusion therapy can also help to reduce inflammation, promote DNA repair, and increase mitochondrial function.

The NAD+ infusion protocol can vary depending on the individual patient's needs and health status. A typical NAD+ infusion protocol may involve an initial loading dose of NAD+ followed by several maintenance doses over the course of several weeks. The loading dose is designed to rapidly boost NAD+ levels in the body, while the maintenance doses help to maintain those levels over time. The infusion itself is usually administered through an IV drip and can take several hours to complete. A feeling of being flush or nasal congestion can be experienced during NAD+ IV therapy.

While NAD+ infusion therapy is generally considered safe and well-tolerated, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new treatment. Patients with certain medical conditions, such as liver or kidney disease, may not be suitable candidates for NAD+ infusion therapy. Additionally, the long-term safety and effectiveness of NAD+ infusion therapy are still being studied, and more research is needed to fully understand its potential benefits and risks.

Michael Lickteig NRP , LP, FP-C, MBA

Michael Lickteig, along with his wife Melissa, built Liberty IV Infusion Therapy to serve the North Texas community. Both Michael and Melissa are Nationally Registered Paramedics licensed in the State of Texas, and both hold National Board Certification as Certified Flight Paramedics. Their careers in emergency medicine span more than a decade working in prehospital emergency 911 and critical care transport, as well as on staff inside some of North Texas’ busiest emergency/trauma units serving both adult and pediatric populations. Michael holds an MBA from the University of North Texas and Melissa a BS degree from the University of Texas Arlington. The Lickteig family has strong ties to the military and has established partnerships with retired veterans and first responder organizations dedicated to reducing the occurrence of suicide in these vulnerable groups. Their goal is to make care available and affordable to veterans, first responders, or anyone else who is struggling with chronic pain, TBI, or PTSD throughout the North Texas Region.

Melissa Lickteig NRP, LP, FP-C, BS



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