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26 Jan

NAD+ Helps with Post-COVID19 Symptoms

COVID-19 has affected a mass majority of people regardless of their age, ethnicity, religion, and color. But due to tremendous research, there have been developed and introduced many ways to help ease the symptoms and make recovery faster from COVID19.

This article brings you a guide that can help you to be aware of the amazing benefits of NAD+ as this magnificent biological molecule plays a very important yet helpful role with post-COVID symptoms. Let’s dive right in!

What is NAD+ and Its Significance?

Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+) is a coenzyme consisting of two nucleotides with a phosphate group connecting them. An adenosine nucleobase is found in one nucleotide, while nicotinamide is found in the other.

It is abundantly present in all living cells and even the simplest organisms like bacteria. This biological molecule helps generate the mitochondria (the powerhouse of the cells), thus ultimately producing energy [1].

What are the benefits of NAD+?

NAD+ is like fuel to our body as we will be on a fast route to death without it. Following are some of the incredible benefits that are offered by this coenzyme;

  • Anti-aging
  • Helps gain energy
  • Reduces the risk of metabolic disorders
  • Improves heart function
  • Improves brain health

If the above-listed functions are efficient, such organisms can easily fight off any stress and harm. But with reduced numbers of NAD+, the health of the organism is compromised.

Relationship between NAD+ and Long COVID:

As we age, NAD+ levels in our body diminish, which ultimately weakens various body functions. People with low levels of NAD+ suffer from long COVID19 as their body is unable to defend efficiently [2].

A recent survey has shown that about 80% of people around the age of 65 and older are at a 23 fold greater risk of death [3].

NAD+ carries out many defense functions which maintain the body’s metabolism and strengthen the immune system. But with low levels of NAD+, the body is unable to recover proficiently from COVID19.

NAD+ therapy does wonders for such people as it boosts the body’s immune system and helps the body recover faster from post-COVID19 symptoms.

NAD+ Therapy for COVID19:

NAD+ therapy is essential for people older than 65 due to reduced numbers of NAD+. This therapy helps increase the levels of NAD+, which then ultimately boosts antibody production.

Antibodies are proteins that aid in the fight against micro-organisms and other pathogens. These also protect the body against the reoccurrence of the disease.

Since COVID19, patients have to experience a list of symptoms like muscle pain, fatigue, fever, and loss of mobility. Along with the post COVID19 symptoms, these symptoms weaken the body and the immune system to a great extent.

With NAD+ therapy, the post COVID19 symptoms will ease down, and the body will recover much faster!


We all have heard of the famous phrase, “Prevention is better than cure” therefore if you or your loved one is aged and has severe COVID19 symptoms, schedule for them NAD+ therapy.

As with this therapy, the high NAD+ levels will assist the body to combat COVID19 along with the post-COVID19 symptoms. Otherwise, their health will be significantly compromised, and the body’s metabolic activities will weaken.

Dr Refresh specializes in N.A.D + protocols and services. Please read our other articles on N.A.D+ https://doctorrefresh.com/the-benefits-of-n-a-d/

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[1] Imai S, Guarente L. NAD+ and sirtuins in aging and disease. Trends Cell Biol 2014;24:464–71. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tcb.2014.04.002

[2] Miller R, Wentzel AR, Richards GA. COVID-19: NAD(+) deficiency may predispose the aged, obese and type2 diabetics to mortality through its effect on SIRT1 activity. Med Hypotheses 2020;144:110044. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mehy.2020.110044

[3] NAD as COVID-19 Treatment | NAD Treatment Springfield LA n.d. https://www.springfieldwellnesscenter.com/mental-health-blog/nad-covid-19-treatment-and-preventative/ (accessed January 22, 2022).

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