Germany, Thailand, Bangladesh, South Korea, Vietnam, Taiwan
Prof. Dr. Michael W. Trogisch
CEO and Founder
One of the major hallmarks of aging in both men and women is a decline in reproductive capabilities, which in turn is driven by diminished levels of certain metabolic factors over time. One of the key factors associated with aging and reproductive health is nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD), a coenzyme found in all living cells.
As humans age, cellular NAD levels decline, impeding the reproductive process and inhibiting other metabolic processes that are vital for optimal health. NAD IV therapy can help to slow the aging process and replenish cellular NAD levels, to restore libido and enhance sexual performance. In addition, optimal NAD levels can improve adult fertility and enhance sperm and egg quality, for improved odds of conceiving a healthy fetus.
Aging and Reproductive Decline
Both men and women become capable of reproducing at puberty, and most remain highly fertile through their 20s and into their early 30s. But many factors can influence fertility and reproductive health, even in younger people. The primary factors impacting reproductive health in both men and women include:
- Nutritional status
- Exposure to environmental toxins
- Physical activity level
- Management of body weight
- Metabolic disease
- Psycho-social factors
Biologists agree that the primary objective of all living organisms is to reproduce. Humans enjoy a relatively long reproductive lifespan, lasting up to 30+ years for women and even longer for men. But many things can impact your reproductive health, most of which are manageable and even reversible.
The anti-aging properties of NAD may help to enhance your reproductive capabilities through multiple pathways. In addition, people with high levels of NAD are found to have higher quality sperm and ova, thus creating healthier, more resilient offspring.