Day four of NAD IV brain restoration therapy.
Today is my last day of NAD IV brain restoration therapy! Being restricted to a chair for the last four days hasn't been easy.
I am feeling great today. Almost feel like I'm stoned without the loopy feeling. Just chilled out, not a care in the world, but I do feel less social which I don't really like. I'm looking around more rather than focusing my eyes right directly in front of me when I walk. I'm now naturally wanting to look further distances. I feel my sight has been enhanced somehow. Colors seem more vibrant. I did have slight difficulty seeing at far distances before the NAD treatment but now it seems like my eyes are less stressed.
There wasn't a registered nurse available till 1230 today so we plugged in around 1pm. My catheter was feeling itchy and irritated last night. I'm ecstatic that it's coming out tonight.
I completed my entire bag of NAD last night and starting a fresh bag today. I stayed at 750 mg of NAD and the same 500 ml of saline. By the end of the treatment I will have completed 5 1/2 containers of NAD, which is equivalent to 2750 mg.
I was dripping the NAD at full speed, 1 drip every two seconds. My body was absorbing the NAD quickly. My body must have adjusted to handle the intensity of the IV since I don't feel the chest compressions today.
Thank you for all your messages and concerns regarding me taking this treatment. This treatment is known to be taken by drug addicts to help them detox and help them with withdrawals. I haven't drank alcohol in almost 3 years next month and do not take any hard drugs, prescribed or even over the counter prescriptions. I really wanted to see if this would help keep me focused and possibly help with my ADD. I have never been properly diagnosed with having ADD but I diagnosed my self because of my difficulty working on tasks and completing what I start. You know you have a problem when you can't finish a book called "4 Weeks To An Organized Life With AD/HD". I don't see how there can even be a book for people with ADD and expect them to finish the whole thing.
I'll update how I feel in a week to see if I can see a difference in my body after being off the NAD drip. Thanks for following my NAD therapy. Feel free to write me with any questions.