Just when the threat of coronavirus is easing off and mandates are being lifted around the world, a new threat is arising for people who received compulsory mRNA therapy and subsequent boosters. Now, people around the world are testing positive for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), creating a looming health crisis for millions.
One nutrient that has proven effective for mitigating the negative effects of HIV is nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD), a molecule that gives life to all living cells. Insufficient cellular NAD is responsible for the symptoms of aging in animals and humans, and eventually leads to death.
Your body makes its own NAD from the foods you eat, but people whose diets are nutrient deficient may not produce enough NAD to meet cellular demands. In addition, NAD levels drop dramatically after age 50, making middle-aged and older adults more susceptible to the ravages of HIV.
NAD IV therapy provides a solution for boosting cellular NAD levels, for better health, improved immune function, and defense against invading pathogens, including HIV.
HIV Symptoms and Stages
It is well documented that HIV causes ongoing degeneration of the immune system, allowing pathogens and cancers to thrive in HIV-infected cells. HIV also causes a dramatic reduction in cellular NAD synthesis throughout the body. Symptoms of HIV usually appear within 2 to 4 weeks of infection.
Symptoms of HIV infection are often flu-like in nature, and include:
- Elevated fever
- Skin rash
- Night sweats
- Achy muscles
- Sore throat
- Chronic fatigue
- Swollen lymph nodes
- Mouth ulcers
These symptoms appear in about two-thirds of HIV-infected patients, but some people do not experience any symptoms in the early stages of HIV.
HIV infection progresses in three stages:
1. Acute phase
In phase one, most people develop flu-like symptoms and a skin rash within 2 to 4 weeks. In this phase, HIV multiplies rapidly and spreads throughout the body, attacking and destroying CD4-T immune cells. People with a stage one infection are more likely to transmit HIV to others.
2. Chronic phase
In the second phase of HIV, the virus continues to multiply throughout the body, but at a slower pace. People with chronic HIV may be symptom-free, but they can still transmit the virus to others. Many infected patients remain in phase two for several years, but if left untreated, the virus eventually leads to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, better known as AIDS.
AIDS sets in when the CD4-T immune cell count becomes so low that the patient’s body can no longer fight off pathogens and cancers. In this stage, patients may experience severe symptoms, including:
- Rapid weight loss
- Fever and night sweats
- Extreme fatigue
- Swollen lymph glands in the armpits, groin, and neck
- Chronic diarrhea
- Sores of the mouth, anus, and genitals
- Serious pneumonia
- Purple blotches on the skin and inside the mouth, nose, and eyelids
- Memory loss
- Neurologic disorders
People who reach stage three are unlikely to recover, and eventually die prematurely of AIDS-related infections.
How NAD Treatment Helps HIV Infection
NAD IV therapy is a safe and effective way to increase your cellular NAD levels and boost your body’s innate immune defenses. Research suggests that regular NAD treatment can increase NAD levels in both uninfected and infected cells. Increased concentrations of NAD help protect your CD4-T cells, so they can fight HIV, cancer, and other dangerous pathogens.
Ongoing NAD therapy can stop the advance of HIV, and significantly reduce the chance of HIV progressing to stage 3 and AIDS. Because NAD is a nutrient and not a drug, NAD IV drip therapy does not require a doctor’s prescription, and there are no known negative side effects for NAD treatment.
NAD IV Therapy in NYC
If you have reason to suspect you have HIV, you should get tested and seek medical advice. NAD IV therapy may be one of several treatment options available to you.
In NYC, you can get NAD IV drip therapy at Invita Cryo on Broadway. Contact us today to schedule your first NAD IV therapy session, and give your immune system the nutrients it needs to optimize its own immunoprotective mechanisms.
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