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NADH – a new treatment option for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson?

In the US, NADH is considered cure for stress and exhaustion and an effective memory booster. Studies suggest that coenzyme actually support the memory and even can limit the impact of neurological disorders, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.NADH

There are still no effective drugs against Alzheimer’s, and although some drugs can limit the effects of Parkinson’s disease. Many patients still must suffer from severe physical impairments, caused by the disease. Recent research shows that in both diseases, the mitochondria, the energy suppliers of the cells, could have a positive impact. Various substances can support the mitochondria in their work. An important role is played by the NADH (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide hydrogen).

NADH is a coenzyme of the active vitamin B3 (niacin) and is often referred as a coenzyme 1. It is found in all body cells. NADH is involved in the synthesis of many neurotransmitters such as dopamine, serotonin, adrenaline and noradrenaline. Seine Hauptaufgabe ist die Produktion von Energie. NADH have many positive effects. It is intended to help, inter alia, against the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), reduce depression and may limit the effects of neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson.

NADH could relieve discomfort.

These effects were examined in various studies. In fact, in a study with 17 Alzheimer’s patients, who took long NADH, between eight and 12 weeks, were found an improvement in their cognitive abilities. In some other studies with patients who were diagnosed with Parkinson’s, while taking the NADH to 30 percent of cases was achieved improvement of their symptoms. And in a study conducted at Georgetown University School of Medicine in 1999, study the effectiveness of NADH in chronic fatigue syndrome could be detected.

Many users report that generally NADH makes them fitter and more powerful. In nutrition, the coenzyme is found mainly in red meat, poultry, fish, and yeast. However, it is hardly possible to take it just from the food in that amounts to be used in the studies. And especially vegetarians may be slightly below the recommended amounts of researchers of energy suppliers. In such cases it may be advisable to take NADH as a dietary supplement.