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At the Colorado Recovery Infusion Center (CRIC) in Denver, CO, we understand that Opiate and Opioid addiction is a disease and not something you can simply overcome on your own by sheer willpower.  We treat you by providing a compassionate and understanding opiate and opioid program that is personally tailored to meet your specific needs.  Our NAD+ IV Therapy For Opiate & Opioid Detox & Recovery services provide a detox program aimed at restoring your body’s health and recovering your neurotransmitter supply, one-on-one and group counseling designed to offer emotional and moral support, and also education about lifestyle and dietary methods to keep you from relapsing back into addiction.

NAD+ Infusion Therapy doesn’t cure addiction. However, it heals the body and brain to boost recovery at the cellular level. For those struggling with substance abuse disorders, this tips the balance in their favor and improves the likelihood of long-term recovery.

When those with addictions to opioids and opiates discontinue use, they may develop withdrawal symptoms. This is a particular risk for those who took high doses over a long period of time. Withdrawal effects occur as the body adjusts to the lack of opioids.

NAD+ Infusion Therapy for Opiate & Opioid detox & recovery provides relief for an addicted brain. Clients in recovery and caring staff members have witnessed the powerful transformations available when using NAD as part of a comprehensive detox program. Moreover, those who have tried the therapy even commented on its effectiveness in an FDA chat, urging recovery centers to include it in detox and recovery treatments.

How NAD+ Differs from Other Detox Treatments

NAD has a number of benefits over synthetic treatment options, including the following:

  • Unlike toxic medications, NAD won’t harm the brain with long-term use
  • NAD has restorative qualities that heal cells via biogenesis — healing by stimulating regeneration
  • NAD protects neurons in the brain

IV NAD reduces cravings during opiate and alcohol withdrawal. Compared to other drugs used during detox and recovery, NAD’s natural solution treats the brain gently. The alternatives, naltrexone, suboxone, and methadone can have negative side effects and can even trigger new addictions. In contrast, NAD has no toxic side effects, such as experienced with methadone and prescription drugs used to wean clients off illicit substances.

How NAD+ Has Changed Addiction Recovery

More studies are needed to support the positive results of NAD+ Infusion Therapy for Opiate & Opioid Detox and Recovery. However, early results have shown extraordinary promise. In the most remarkable cases, clients report recovery within two weeks with dramatically reduced cravings for opium and opioids.

NAD is a co-enzyme of niacin found within cells. It helps the body by turning food into cellular energy. Lab-produced NAD also boosts helpful chemicals in the body. However, it takes several sessions to sustain the changes. NAD+ IV infusion accelerates DNA repair, brain function, and cellular communication.

NAD administered through an IV drip quickly travels to the brain where it attaches to opioid receptors. The treatment lasts up to six hours and continues for 4-10 days.

With a combination of NAD+ Infusion Therapy for Opiate & Opioid Detox and Recovery and regular individual and group therapy, clients have a better chance of staying on the road to lifelong recovery. This principle has found great success in recovery clinics throughout the United States.

NAD IV Therapy and Opioid Detox

This treatment facilitates the rapid detoxification of opiates and opioids, including opiate pain medications. Some of the benefits specific to opioid detox include the following:

  • Reduced symptoms of withdrawal
  • Reparation of brain damage due to opioid dependence
  • No addictive medication

How NAD+ Infusions Work

Excess use of opiates and opioids depletes the body’s natural levels of NAD. This deprives the brain of energy typically received when cells break down food into energy. To remedy this problem, NAD+ IV infusions fast track the process and flood the brain with NAD, a co-enzyme that can deliver energy to the brain.

As it flushes out any drugs still remaining in a client’s system, NAD also decreases the effects of withdrawal. These symptoms often become very uncomfortable, making it hard to resist a relapse. For those looking for a simpler way to maintain their recovery from opiate addictions, NAD provides welcome relief.

NAD’s ability to reduce the discomfort of detox from opioids makes the mental and physical challenges of recovery less stressful. Also, by allowing the body to heal naturally, it eliminates the crash that comes with withdrawals to opium and other drugs.

While NAD+ Infusion Therapy for Opiate & Opioid Detox and Recovery shows great promise in reducing cravings. clients still need the support that comes with the help of an effective therapist. As part of a robust detox program, it can help clients put opioids and opiates behind them to lead a more productive life.

IV Therapy for Opiate & Opioid Detox and Recovery in Denver, CO

Our expert staff at Colorado Recovery Infusion Center in Denver, CO, are highly experienced in administering IV Therapy for opiate and opioid addiction treatments in a safe, private, and nurturing environment at our natural detox, alcohol rehab, and drug rehab center.  Our doctors have over 20 years of experience and know-how to work with you to find a therapy program that will get you back in control, free of all cravings and dependencies on any addictive substances. Additionally, all of our IV therapy treatments are overseen by an MD and administered by a Registered Nurse (RN) or Certified Registered Nurse of Infusion (CRNI).

We provide IV therapy treatment programs to clients all over the greater Denver area, including Boulder, Fort Collins, Colorado Springs, and beyond. If you or your loved ones are suffering from addiction-related issues, then call us today at (720) 899-4770 or contact us today.