March 2, 2023
NAD+ Study Sheds Light on Autoimmune Diseases: A Natural Molecule with Promising Therapeutic Potential
NAD+ IV therapy could offer a potential treatment for autoimmune diseases by protecting against attacks on healthy cells and restoring damaged tissue caused by autoimmunity.
Preclinical trials using a multiple sclerosis model in mice have shown promising results in delaying disease onset and reducing severity.
As a natural molecule found in all living cells, including our own bodies, NAD+ may have potential as a therapeutic agent for other chronic conditions, and further clinical trials are underway to explore its full potential.
Autoimmune diseases can be debilitating conditions where the immune system attacks healthy cells, tissues, and organs. These conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, Type 1 diabetes, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis, have no known cures. However, a new study by researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital may offer a potential treatment for these conditions.
The Potential of NAD+ IV Therapy
The study found that NAD+ a natural molecule found in living cells, plants, and food, can protect against autoimmune diseases by altering the immune response and turning “destructive” cells into “protective” cells. NAD+ can also restore damaged tissue caused by the autoimmunity process, thereby reversing disease progression. The results show that stem cells can be activated by NAD+ to tune the immune response and repair damaged tissue.
Scientists used experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis, which is a model for multiple sclerosis in humans, to do tests before they were done in people. They showed that NAD+ can block acute or chronic inflammation by regulating how immune cells, called CD4+ T cells, differentiate. Mice receiving CD4+ T cells along with NAD+ present had a significantly delayed onset of disease and less severe form, demonstrating the molecule’s protective properties.
Potential Treatment for Other Conditions
The study suggests that NAD+ may also be a potential treatment for other acute or chronic conditions such as allergies, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, sepsis, and immunodeficiency. As a universal molecule found in all living cells, including our body, it is hoped that it will be well-tolerated by patients. Its potential as a powerful therapeutic agent for treating autoimmune diseases will facilitate its use in future clinical trials.
The Future of NAD+ IV Therapy
In terms of the next steps, the lab is currently testing additional pathways and the clinical potential of NAD+. Since this is a natural molecule found in all living cells, including our body, the hope is that it will be well-tolerated by patients. Thus, its potential as a powerful therapeutic agent for the treatment of autoimmune diseases will facilitate its use in future clinical trials.
The study, which was published in Nature Communications, gives researchers a good reason to look into the role of NAD+ in CD4+ T cells and how it affects autoimmune diseases. The findings suggest that NAD+ may serve as a powerful therapeutic agent for the treatment of autoimmune and other diseases. By offering potential treatment options for these debilitating conditions, NAD+ IV therapy may help improve the quality of life for many patients.
NAD+ IV Therapy: A New Hope for Autoimmune Disease Sufferers
In conclusion, the discovery of the potential therapeutic effects of NAD+ for autoimmune diseases offers hope for millions of people suffering from these debilitating conditions. As a medical professional, firefighter paramedic, and IV specialist who treats autoimmune patients weekly, I am excited about the potential of this natural molecule to improve the lives of my patients.
NAD+ IV Therapy for Autoimmune Diseases: A Convenient and Effective Option
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Written by Mark Baldwin, FFPM
Mark Baldwin, a firefighting and paramedic expert, has transformed lives through his extensive expertise in IV therapy. His experience in international disaster relief and longevity research has led to innovative practices such as peptides, NAD+, exosomes, and stem cells, which advance health and wellness.
Medically Reviewed by Dr. Thomas Paluska, MD
Dr. Thomas Paluska is a highly experienced emergency medicine physician based in Thornton, Colorado, with over 25 years of experience. He received his medical degree from Georgetown University and has a passion for promoting overall well-being through science, with a focus on longevity and improving daily health. Dr. Paluska completed his emergency medicine residency at the Naval Medical Center and his transitional year internship at National Capital Consortium.
- Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide blocks autoimmune demyelination by activating stem cells and remyelination. Nature Communications, October 2014.https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms6101