Your Guide

To NAD BR+ Therapy

New life just in 10 days

If you’re reading this book, either you or a loved one is struggling with addiction. Maybe you’ve tried other therapies and relapsed. Maybe you’re trying treatment for the first time. Or maybe, you’ve won the battle against addiction, and just want to feel better and curtail your occasional cravings.

NAD BR+ Therapy is a revolutionary way to tackle addiction. It repairs brain cells damaged by drug and alcohol addiction in just 10 days.

We know what you’re thinking. Ten days? That’s impossible. Yet addicts across the country — even around the globe — are walking away from 10 days of NAD BR+ Therapy with a new lease on life. Read through this guidebook to better understand NAD BR+ Therapy.

NAD is short for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. It’s a molecule found deep within your cells in what’s called the mitochondria.

Think of the mitochondria as the batteries within your cells. These microscopic batteries grab nutrients from the foods you eat, break them down, and power your cells with energy.,

NAD is a nutrient that fuels every single one of your cells, boosting energy in your brain and body.

“It’s an important player in our biochemistry,” says Dr. Richard Mestayer, medical director of NAD Research, Inc., and a pioneer in the use of NAD BR+ Therapy for addictions. “It’s probably as important as oxygen, I would say.”

You get NAD when you eat wholesome foods chock full of nutrients. Niacin or vitamin B3 is one of the nutrients that promotes NAD. Foods high in niacin include:

  • Beets
  • Beef liver and kidney
  • Salmon, swordfish, and tuna
  • Sunflower seeds
  • Peanuts

Tryptophan, an amino acid, is another nutrient that helps produce NAD in your cells., Tryptophan is in:

  • Cheese
  • Chicken
  • Chocolate
  • Eggs
  • Fish
  • Milk
  • Peanuts and peanut butter
  • Pumpkin and sesame seeds
  • Tofu
  • Turkey

When you eat a well-balanced diet including these foods, you replenish your NAD levels. Then, NAD can perform its major role as an energy carrier between these nutrients and your cells.

Of course if you’re like most people, you probably eat your fair share of processed foods high in sugar, bad fats, and refined flour — all void of nutrients. No nutrients, no NAD.

What’s more, the amount of NAD in your cells drops as you age.

Add alcohol and drug abuse to the mix, and you’ve got a recipe for NAD deficiency.

It’s because of oxidative stress, a toxic process that affects your cells, and ultimately, your brain and body’s health.

You’ve probably heard the term “oxidative stress” associated with others like “free radicals” and “antioxidants,” but you may not know exactly what it means or how it works.

In a nutshell, oxidative stress happens when your body produces dangerous byproducts after digesting food and breathing in air.

“It’s basically a consequence of your metabolic engine which works similar to a car engine when it burns gasoline,” says Dr. Mestayer, who is also a psychiatrist and medical director at Springfield Wellness Center in Louisiana. “Your car produces byproducts that gunk up the engine. So does your body. It’s these byproducts of metabolism that interfere with your optimum functioning and optimum cell health.”
For reasons that are unclear, drug and alcohol addicts have higher levels of oxidative stress. Dr. Mestayer believes “it’s just a function of the drugs’ effects on the whole biochemistry mechanism.”

Oxidative stress triggers a complex series of dangerous events:

  • DNA damage occurs
  • Cellular energy gets wiped out
  • Inflammation rises
  • Cell health is compromised
  • NAD stores get depleted

“Then all these other functions that NAD is involved with get compromised,” says Dr. Mestayer. “So who wins? Does cellular energy win? Does DNA repair win? Or cell health? Anti-inflammatory effects? It turns into a real competition for NAD.”

According to Dr. Mestayer, scientists started experimenting with NAD as a possible treatment for schizophrenia in the 1950s. By the ‘60s, doctors were using it to help treat drug and alcohol addiction successfully.

“They showed similar results to what we’re seeing now,” says Dr. Mestayer. “It can reduce or almost eliminate cravings.”

Over the years, scientists in South Africa and Mexico have also used NAD Therapy to help patients overcome their addictions.

In recent years, scientists have tested NAD Therapy as a treatment for anxiety, depression, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and post-traumatic stress disorder, with mixed results.

“I don’t want to be over-promising, but it could definitely be a major player in managing those diseases,” says Dr. Mestayer.

NAD BR+ Therapy is most successful when it’s pitted against addictions. That’s why detox centers like Future Now have made it their go-to for the treatment of drug and alcohol abuse.

For 10 days at Future Now your body will get pumped with a pure and powerful NAD formula through an intravenous (IV) drip for three to eight hours at a time.

Within a few days, you will start to feel refreshed as NAD:

  • cuts withdrawal symptoms in half or more.
  • eliminates the need for prescription drugs to get you through withdrawals.
  • improves mental clarity.
  • promotes restful sleep.
  • reduces chronic pain.
  • lowers inflammation.
  • boosts energy.
  • supports a sense of well-being.
  • alleviates constipation.

Think of the last time you chugged a cool glass of water on a scorching summer day. That’s what NAD is like for your cells.

The BR in NAD BR+ Therapy is short for “brain restoration” and that’s exactly what NAD Therapy does — restore your brain. It does so by reversing cell damage and nourishing your cells.

Midway through treatment, you won’t recognize the vibrant face glowing in the mirror. By day 10, you feel like you’ve got complete control of your life again.

And the benefits don’t stop there. NAD BR+ Therapy gets your mind and body ready for aftercare strategies to help you achieve lifelong health and sobriety. Your 10 days of treatment at Future Now is simply the beginning.

NAD BR+ Therapy is the nutritional way to end your addiction to alcohol, opiates, stimulants, and tranquilizers. Getting the help you need starts with just a few simple steps.

  • Step 1: Contact Future Now Detox and ask to speak with the Nursing Director.
  • Step 2. Complete an over-the-phone pre-screening.
  • Step 3. Schedule a one-on-one tour of the facility.
  • Step 4. Review options for when to start treatment.
  • Step 5. Get a customized plan that’s right for you.
  • Step 6. Plan for follow-up care.
  • What is NAD?

    NAD is short for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. It’s a molecule found deep within your cells in what’s called the mitochondria.

    Think of the mitochondria as the batteries within your cells. These microscopic batteries grab nutrients from the foods you eat, break them down, and power your cells with energy.,

    NAD is a nutrient that fuels every single one of your cells, boosting energy in your brain and body.

    “It’s an important player in our biochemistry,” says Dr. Richard Mestayer, medical director of NAD Research, Inc., and a pioneer in the use of NAD BR+ Therapy for addictions. “It’s probably as important as oxygen, I would say.”

  • Where does NAD come from?

    You get NAD when you eat wholesome foods chock full of nutrients. Niacin or vitamin B3 is one of the nutrients that promotes NAD. Foods high in niacin include:

    • Beets
    • Beef liver and kidney
    • Salmon, swordfish, and tuna
    • Sunflower seeds
    • Peanuts

    Tryptophan, an amino acid, is another nutrient that helps produce NAD in your cells., Tryptophan is in:

    • Cheese
    • Chicken
    • Chocolate
    • Eggs
    • Fish
    • Milk
    • Peanuts and peanut butter
    • Pumpkin and sesame seeds
    • Tofu
    • Turkey

    When you eat a well-balanced diet including these foods, you replenish your NAD levels. Then, NAD can perform its major role as an energy carrier between these nutrients and your cells.

  • What affects your NAD levels?

    Of course if you’re like most people, you probably eat your fair share of processed foods high in sugar, bad fats, and refined flour — all void of nutrients. No nutrients, no NAD.

    What’s more, the amount of NAD in your cells drops as you age.

    Add alcohol and drug abuse to the mix, and you’ve got a recipe for NAD deficiency.

    It’s because of oxidative stress, a toxic process that affects your cells, and ultimately, your brain and body’s health.

    You’ve probably heard the term “oxidative stress” associated with others like “free radicals” and “antioxidants,” but you may not know exactly what it means or how it works.

    In a nutshell, oxidative stress happens when your body produces dangerous byproducts after digesting food and breathing in air.

    “It’s basically a consequence of your metabolic engine which works similar to a car engine when it burns gasoline,” says Dr. Mestayer, who is also a psychiatrist and medical director at Springfield Wellness Center in Louisiana. “Your car produces byproducts that gunk up the engine. So does your body. It’s these byproducts of metabolism that interfere with your optimum functioning and optimum cell health.”
    For reasons that are unclear, drug and alcohol addicts have higher levels of oxidative stress. Dr. Mestayer believes “it’s just a function of the drugs’ effects on the whole biochemistry mechanism.”

    Oxidative stress triggers a complex series of dangerous events:

    • DNA damage occurs
    • Cellular energy gets wiped out
    • Inflammation rises
    • Cell health is compromised
    • NAD stores get depleted

    “Then all these other functions that NAD is involved with get compromised,” says Dr. Mestayer. “So who wins? Does cellular energy win? Does DNA repair win? Or cell health? Anti-inflammatory effects? It turns into a real competition for NAD.”

  • NAD therapies — past and future

    According to Dr. Mestayer, scientists started experimenting with NAD as a possible treatment for schizophrenia in the 1950s. By the ‘60s, doctors were using it to help treat drug and alcohol addiction successfully.

    “They showed similar results to what we’re seeing now,” says Dr. Mestayer. “It can reduce or almost eliminate cravings.”

    Over the years, scientists in South Africa and Mexico have also used NAD Therapy to help patients overcome their addictions.

    In recent years, scientists have tested NAD Therapy as a treatment for anxiety, depression, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and post-traumatic stress disorder, with mixed results.

    “I don’t want to be over-promising, but it could definitely be a major player in managing those diseases,” says Dr. Mestayer.

  • NAD BR+ Therapy at Future Now

    NAD BR+ Therapy is most successful when it’s pitted against addictions. That’s why detox centers like Future Now have made it their go-to for the treatment of drug and alcohol abuse.

    For 10 days at Future Now your body will get pumped with a pure and powerful NAD formula through an intravenous (IV) drip for three to eight hours at a time.

    Within a few days, you will start to feel refreshed as NAD:

    • cuts withdrawal symptoms in half or more.
    • eliminates the need for prescription drugs to get you through withdrawals.
    • improves mental clarity.
    • promotes restful sleep.
    • reduces chronic pain.
    • lowers inflammation.
    • boosts energy.
    • supports a sense of well-being.
    • alleviates constipation.

    Think of the last time you chugged a cool glass of water on a scorching summer day. That’s what NAD is like for your cells.

    The BR in NAD BR+ Therapy is short for “brain restoration” and that’s exactly what NAD Therapy does — restore your brain. It does so by reversing cell damage and nourishing your cells.

    Midway through treatment, you won’t recognize the vibrant face glowing in the mirror. By day 10, you feel like you’ve got complete control of your life again.

    And the benefits don’t stop there. NAD BR+ Therapy gets your mind and body ready for aftercare strategies to help you achieve lifelong health and sobriety. Your 10 days of treatment at Future Now is simply the beginning.

  • Take your first steps

    NAD BR+ Therapy is the nutritional way to end your addiction to alcohol, opiates, stimulants, and tranquilizers. Getting the help you need starts with just a few simple steps.

    • Step 1: Contact Future Now Detox and ask to speak with the Nursing Director.
    • Step 2. Complete an over-the-phone pre-screening.
    • Step 3. Schedule a one-on-one tour of the facility.
    • Step 4. Review options for when to start treatment.
    • Step 5. Get a customized plan that’s right for you.
    • Step 6. Plan for follow-up care.

NAD Gives Doug Renewed Hope

I didn’t start drinking any significant amount of alcohol until I was about 38 years of age, but I quickly became a problem drinker by about age 40. I went professional as a full-blown alcoholic by the age of 43. I am now 51.I don’t think a true alcoholic actually knows “why” he turns to alcohol. In my case you can point to any number of factors such as the death of my son, staying in a really bad marriage “for the kids,” overachieving in my career and underachieving in my personal care, an attachment to the wrong things, and severe depression.

The reality of my drinking becoming a problem was gradual, but obvious. It started with increased quantities and drinking to get drunk. Over time, I increased the frequency to three days, then five, and finally seven days a week. I started drinking alone, so I could pass out at night.

I have had a few counselors, did a 30-day inpatient treatment, two stints in intensive outpatient (still in one) also called IOP, dozens of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings, and an AA sponsor. I have learned something valuable from every setting, but could never make myself fully “ready” (whatever that means) to quit.

In addition to anxiety, depression, mood swings, insomnia, and pain, I’ve also dealt with high blood pressure and a fatty liver.

Initially, I heard about NAD therapy from my wife. I did some research and saw some hope for an additional resource. I use every tool I can find in this fight.

I was pretty tired at the end of the first day. Unfortunately, I wasn’t expecting the level of discomfort I experienced. It took a few hours to get my mind right. I was fine by the end of the day, but a little tired. After the first day, I wanted to run it faster than I was allowed.

During days 2-4, I felt better than I had in years from an overall well-being perspective — energy, mental acuity, lack of pain and depression, and overall health. I was also excited about my road to sobriety.

Days 5-8 continued the same upward trends.

During days 9 and 10 I continued to feel great, but a few cravings started sneaking back. It might have been the anticipation of ending the treatment. It might have been the boredom from working, followed by IOP, followed by hours of treatment. Who knows? But the facility extended my treatment by two days. By the end of the two days, my cravings were back to manageable.

I have been sober 26 days. My sobriety time is still relatively short, but this has been a very different experience than previous attempts. I feel ready. I am happy, energetic, and actually looking forward to tomorrow.

NAD Therapy certainly has given me one hell of a jump start. It has also continued to help in regards to energy, mental acuity, no pain or depression, and overall health. I feel positive about my chances for recovery.

How Nad
Can Help Wipe Out
The Opioid Epidemic
in The U.S.

How Nad<br />
Can Help Wipe Out<br />
<strong>The Opioid Epidemic <br />
in The U.S.</strong>

It starts out innocently enough. You visit your family physician about your lower back pain or an old knee injury that’s flared up. She tells you to get some rest and prescribes a painkiller.

A week of feeling sweet pain relief turns into a month…six months…a year.

Now you need the pills, not just for pain, but to get out of bed in the morning. You lie to yourself and those closest to you, saying you don’t have a problem until it’s too late. You lose everything — your job, your friends, and finally your spouse and children.

Opioid abuse is on the rise in the U.S. and it’s more rampant than you think. Just take a look at these numbers:

Did you know an estimated 88,000 people die from alcohol-related causes every year in the United States?

That makes alcohol the third leading preventable cause of death in the U.S., according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

Nad Frees Your Brain

From Addiction’s Strongholds

What do alcohol, Xanax, and hydrocodone all have in common? Besides the obvious — they’re all drugs — the answer is dopamine.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter, a chemical messenger that manages your brain’s reward and pleasure centers.

When you experience pleasure, no matter what the stimulus, you release dopamine into an area of the brain called the nucleus accumbens. Drug addiction is all about the speed, the intensity, and the reliability of that dopamine release.

Alcohol and addictive drugs provide a shortcut to your brain’s pleasure center. Your brain anticipates these powerful surges of dopamine — and the addiction cycle begins.

Next, dopamine communicates with another neurotransmitter called glutamate. It’s responsible for your brain’s reward-related learning. Basically, it’s a communication circuit that dictates the message, “Hey that was awesome. Let’s do it again.”

So you do.

Eventually, though, your brain starts to change. The drug becomes less gratifying, and you start to produce less dopamine. You find that you need more of the drug to get the desired effect.

As your brain continues to adapt to less dopamine production, the drug no longer fills you with pleasure. But the memory of pleasure and the desire for it persists.

That reward-related learning plays an additional role now as two more areas of the brain get involved with your addiction — the hippocampus and the amygdala. These areas store memories, connecting the pleasure you got from the drug with environmental cues. And these cues spark intense cravings.

It’s what makes an alcoholic drink again after simply seeing a bottle of vodka or a heroin addict start using after eyeing a needle.

It’s also what makes drug addiction one of the most difficult behaviors to overcome.

But not impossible.

NAD BR+ Therapy offers hope.

“You deplete your dopamine function when you use addictive substances,” says Dr. Richard Mestayer, medical director of NAD Research Inc. “But NAD helps to restore and rebalance your dopamine.”

The outcome means you get your brain back. It starts to function as it should, with normal surges of dopamine from healthy stimuli.

Curb Your Cravings

With NAD

Dr. Richard Mestayer, a psychiatrist, and pioneer in the use of NAD BR+ Therapy for addictions, conducted a study on NAD and its anti-craving properties. Dr. Mestayer and a team of experts followed 60 patients during treatment and at 12 and 20 months. Here’s what they discovered.

Male and female patients primarily addicted to opiates or alcohol received an intravenous infusion of NAD plus vitamins and amino acids for 5 to 10 hours daily for 10 days.

Using a cravings rating scale of 1 to 10:
Additional observations between 12 and 20 months post-NAD treatment show low craving ratings and low numbers of relapse episodes.

Dr. Mestayer concluded that NAD significantly reduces the severity of cravings and the number of relapses, and is an effective, long-term therapy for anyone who wants to break free from drug and alcohol addiction for good.

  1. On Day 1
    Opiate addicts experienced an average craving rating greater than 6. Alcohol abusers rated their cravings greater than 8.
  2. On Day 5
    Both opiate addicts and alcohol abusers experienced an average craving rating of 2.
  3. On Day 10
    Both opiate addicts and alcohol abusers experienced an average craving rating of less than 1.
More than 1 in 7
Americans ages 12 and older
struggle with substance
abuse.

Interview With Andrey Rossin
Ceo And Founder Of Future Now Detox

Andrey Rossin is a man on a mission. A former alcoholic, he understands addiction and the grip it can have on your life. That’s why he’s here to offer you a way out. Read this Q&A to learn more about Future Now Detox and the therapy that’s transforming lives.

Andrey RossinFirst, you want to get to the cause of the problem, not just apply a surface bandage, and that’s exactly what NAD does. It treats the main problem which is cell oxidation.

Secondly, you want a natural solution with no additives. NAD is a natural part of your DNA.

Next, NAD Therapy helps you achieve clear cognition, better memory, and better overall well-being.

You’ll also have more energy which is important especially if you’re over 40.

Finally, astronauts are now using NAD. If it’s available to them, then everybody should get NAD as part of a healthy daily supplement, or periodically at least.

Andrey RossinThere are five things you need to turn your life around if you’re an addict. We start with self-care, a nutritious diet, and exercise. We want you to make your health a priority.

You also need a sponsor/coach/mentor. You need someone that understands where you’re at because they were there at some point. This person can give you clear-cut instructions and directions to get better.

You will also have access to a great therapist, someone who believes in your dreams, inspirations, and goals more than you do and pushes you to make them a reality.

You will be guided to God or the belief that you are not alone in this journey through daily communication, prayer, and meditation.

You will learn to master the ability to get out of your head and find your passion by serving others altruistically and not expecting anything in return.

We are an inpatient center, though most of our patients are outpatient. We’re super small with only 15 beds.

We do lots of clinical work from psychodrama to daily one-on-one therapy. Most facilities don’t offer this kind of therapy. We insist on aftercare because we recognize that NAD is not “IT.” It’s just a jump start, a clean slate, a tabula rasa for you to start moving forward.

The first day for most protocols starts with 1500 mg in a slow intravenous drip for 8 to 9 hours. By the second day, with lots of addictions, constipation is gone and you start to sleep soundly. This is unheard of.

On days 3 and 4 we usually use 750 mg in a drip for 4 to 5 hours. Chronic pain and fatigue vanish. Some patients start getting up early, feeling refreshed.

By day 5 we’re down to 500 mg in a 2 ½- to 3-hour slow drip. Many patients don’t recognize themselves in the mirror at this point.

On days 6, 7, and 8 we continue with 500 mg for 3 hours. You start feeling like things are looking up and you’re a winner.

By days 9 and 10, you’re crossing the finish line. You feel like you’re ready to live your life. We use 1500 mg of NAD to finish up.

Sometimes we also give our patients NAD patches to use at night or we use a drip overnight. For aftercare, we send home a NAD nasal spray that lasts two to three weeks to be used twice daily.

Everything from alcohol and opiates, to Xanax and any dosage of methadone, suboxone, subutex, fentanyl, soma, kratom, you name it.

Everybody can benefit. The only side effect is a bit of flushing and dizziness.

Our goal is for the client to be off the chemicals and follow the continuum of aftercare to be free and happy.

At the end of the process, clients usually have no cravings. Sometimes we recommend a day or two of boosters after six to eight months or if the client feels their energy level going down. But as long as the client is in a therapeutic process and keeping up with a nutritious diet, exercise, and self-care strategies, they’ll be able to stay on the right track.

  • Why should someone give NAD BR+ Therapy a try?

    Andrey RossinFirst, you want to get to the cause of the problem, not just apply a surface bandage, and that’s exactly what NAD does. It treats the main problem which is cell oxidation.

    Secondly, you want a natural solution with no additives. NAD is a natural part of your DNA.

    Next, NAD Therapy helps you achieve clear cognition, better memory, and better overall well-being.

    You’ll also have more energy which is important especially if you’re over 40.

    Finally, astronauts are now using NAD. If it’s available to them, then everybody should get NAD as part of a healthy daily supplement, or periodically at least.

  • What happens when someone comes to Future Now?

    Andrey RossinThere are five things you need to turn your life around if you’re an addict. We start with self-care, a nutritious diet, and exercise. We want you to make your health a priority.

    You also need a sponsor/coach/mentor. You need someone that understands where you’re at because they were there at some point. This person can give you clear-cut instructions and directions to get better.

    You will also have access to a great therapist, someone who believes in your dreams, inspirations, and goals more than you do and pushes you to make them a reality.

    You will be guided to God or the belief that you are not alone in this journey through daily communication, prayer, and meditation.

    You will learn to master the ability to get out of your head and find your passion by serving others altruistically and not expecting anything in return.

  • What makes Future Now Detox different from other NAD facilities?

    We are an inpatient center, though most of our patients are outpatient. We’re super small with only 15 beds.

    We do lots of clinical work from psychodrama to daily one-on-one therapy. Most facilities don’t offer this kind of therapy. We insist on aftercare because we recognize that NAD is not “IT.” It’s just a jump start, a clean slate, a tabula rasa for you to start moving forward.

  • What does NAD BR+ Therapy look like from Days 1 to 10?

    The first day for most protocols starts with 1500 mg in a slow intravenous drip for 8 to 9 hours. By the second day, with lots of addictions, constipation is gone and you start to sleep soundly. This is unheard of.

    On days 3 and 4 we usually use 750 mg in a drip for 4 to 5 hours. Chronic pain and fatigue vanish. Some patients start getting up early, feeling refreshed.

    By day 5 we’re down to 500 mg in a 2 ½- to 3-hour slow drip. Many patients don’t recognize themselves in the mirror at this point.

    On days 6, 7, and 8 we continue with 500 mg for 3 hours. You start feeling like things are looking up and you’re a winner.

    By days 9 and 10, you’re crossing the finish line. You feel like you’re ready to live your life. We use 1500 mg of NAD to finish up.

    Sometimes we also give our patients NAD patches to use at night or we use a drip overnight. For aftercare, we send home a NAD nasal spray that lasts two to three weeks to be used twice daily.

  • What addictions does NAD therapy address?

    Everything from alcohol and opiates, to Xanax and any dosage of methadone, suboxone, subutex, fentanyl, soma, kratom, you name it.

  • Who are the best candidates for NAD BR+ Therapy?

    Everybody can benefit. The only side effect is a bit of flushing and dizziness.

  • What else do you advise for aftercare?

    Our goal is for the client to be off the chemicals and follow the continuum of aftercare to be free and happy.

    At the end of the process, clients usually have no cravings. Sometimes we recommend a day or two of boosters after six to eight months or if the client feels their energy level going down. But as long as the client is in a therapeutic process and keeping up with a nutritious diet, exercise, and self-care strategies, they’ll be able to stay on the right track.

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