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Discover the Ultimate Stress Management Triad

NAD+ IV Therapy, Neuro-Processing & Relaxation

Modern life comes with its share of stresses. From tight deadlines to constant notifications, it’s easy to feel pulled in a million directions. If you’ve been searching for a way to recharge, rejuvenate, and regain balance, we have the ultimate solution for you.  We call it the Cocoon Experience.

The Cocoon Experience

💡Why The Triad Works Perfectly Together

While NAD+ IV Therapy revitalizes you at the cellular level, Neuro-Processing works to harmonize your brain’s frequencies, offering a comprehensive approach to stress management. Together, they ensure that both your body and mind are fortified against life’s stressors.

And combined with relaxation techniques, you are going to be transformed when you come out of this cocoon!

NAD+ Infusion

NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) IV therapy has gained popularity due to its purported benefits in various aspects of health, including cellular metabolism, energy production, and DNA repair. One of the areas of interest is its potential role in modulating the stress response.

How It Works

Cellular Energy Production: NAD+ is a crucial cofactor in the production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate), which is the main energy molecule for cells. When cells have sufficient energy, they can better manage and cope with stress.

DNA Repair: Chronic stress can cause oxidative damage to cells, including damage to DNA. NAD+ plays a role in the DNA repair process, helping to fix damaged DNA and reduce the long-term effects of stress on cells.

Sirtuin Activation: Sirtuins are a group of proteins that have been associated with longevity and stress resistance. NAD+ is required for sirtuin activation. These proteins play a role in regulating cellular health, metabolism, inflammation, and the body’s circadian rhythms, all of which can influence the body’s stress response.

Modulation of Neurotransmitters: Some studies suggest that NAD+ might play a role in regulating neurotransmitters, chemicals that transmit signals in the brain. Proper neurotransmitter balance is essential for mood regulation and the body’s ability to cope with stress.

Brain Health: There’s some evidence to suggest that NAD+ might help protect neurons from age-related degeneration and could promote the growth of new neurons. A healthier brain is better equipped to handle stress.

Reduction of Inflammation: Chronic stress can lead to systemic inflammation in the body.

Some research suggests that NAD+ can help reduce inflammation, which would indirectly help in combating the adverse effects of prolonged stress.

It’s essential to understand that while there is growing interest and some research supporting the potential benefits of NAD+ IV therapy, more rigorous studies are needed to validate its efficacy and safety comprehensively.


Brain Waves Explained

What’s the deal with brain wave frequencies and how does Neuro-Processing play a role?

Our brains have tons of cells called neurons that talk to each other using electric and chemical signals. When lots of these neurons “chat” together, they make waves, known as brain waves. We can measure these waves in Hertz (Hz).

The kind of activity you’re doing, like studying or daydreaming, affects the type of brain wave your brain produces. For instance, when you’re actively talking or thinking, you’re mainly in the beta brain wave. If you look at a chart, you’d see that human brain waves move in a range from 0.5Hz to 41Hz, sorted into five main categories (from slowest to fastest: delta, theta, alpha, beta, gamma).

Many of us spend too much time in brain wave states linked with feeling stressed, scared, or anxious. This can cause our bodies to produce stress hormones and make it hard to relax. It’s super important for our health and happiness to relax. But, lots of people find it hard to switch off stress and move into this calm state.

When using Neuro-Processing, it helps to slow your brain waves down to a very relaxed zone known as Theta. This zone is like a mini-spa for your brain, helping it to clean up and reset. It’s the kind of activity that happens when you’re dreaming or in deep meditation.

We aim to guide your brain to a state that feels like you’re about to fall asleep, but you’re not fully there. This zone is key for recovery, healing, and overall wellbeing.

It feels like being in a zone where you’re aware of what’s around you, but you also feel deeply rested. Your breathing and heart rate slow down, and you might feel like you’re floating.

The cool part? We can get your brain into a relaxed mode quickly and consistently. So, you can get the benefits of deep sleep without actually snoozing. Some studies, including those from Harvard, suggest that using Neuro-Processing for just 20 minutes can give you the rest equivalent to 2 hours of sleep.

Relax With Aromatherapy

Direct Effects On The Brain: The Olfactory System (Smell) has a dired connection to the brain’s limbic system.  When you inhale essential oils, they can affect heart rate, stress levels, blood pressure, breathing and the immune system.

Relaxing Properties: Certain essential oils, like lavender and chamomile, are known for their relaxing properties. When inhaled or applied to the skin, they can produce a calming effect, reducing feelings of tension or anxiety.

Improved Sleep: Some essential oils can aid sleep. Better sleep can result in decreased stress levels, as the body and mind have time to recover and rejuvenate.

Balancing Hormones: Some essential oils are believed to help balance hormones in the body. For instance, clary sage is thought to help lower cortisol, the primary stress hormone.

Massage Chair Session

Physical Relaxation: Massage chairs are designed to mimic the movements and techniques of a professional masseuse. These movements help to release tension in the muscles, which can be a physical manifestation of stress. As the muscles relax, there is often a corresponding psychological sense of relaxation and relief.

Increased Circulation: The massaging action helps to boost blood circulation. Improved circulation can aid in the removal of toxins from the body and enhance the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to muscle cells. This often results in increased energy levels and decreased feelings of fatigue.

Endorphin Release: Massage can lead to the release of endorphins, which are the body’s natural painkillers and mood enhancers. This can result in a natural high or euphoric feeling, helping to counteract the negative effects of stress.

Improved Sleep Quality: Use of a massage chair can help improve sleep quality. A relaxed body can more easily transition into deep sleep, which is crucial for physical recovery and mental well-being.

Weighted Blanket

Deep Pressure Stimulation (DPS): Weighted blankets provide deep pressure stimulation, a type of touch pressure that feels like a firm hug, swaddling, or holding. This pressure can be deeply soothing and is thought to mimic the feeling of being held or hugged. DPS can promote the release of serotonin and dopamine, neurotransmitters that are often termed “feel-good” hormones.

Reduction of Cortisol Levels: High levels of cortisol can interfere with the body’s natural circadian rhythms and contribute to sleep disorders. By promoting relaxation and the release of serotonin, weighted blankets may help decrease cortisol production, thereby reducing feelings of stress.

Mindfulness and Grounding: The tangible weight of the blanket can act as a grounding tool, bringing one’s attention to the present moment. This can be particularly useful for individuals who experience anxiety or panic attacks, as the weight can serve as a reminder to focus on the present, rather than getting lost in anxiety-inducing thoughts.


NAD Infusion Therapy is a treatment that involves intravenous administration of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD), a coenzyme found in all living cells. It’s known for its role in promoting health and prolonging lifespan by aiding in cellular repair and energy production.

Benefits can include improved mental clarity, increased energy, enhanced mood, reduced symptoms of depression and anxiety, better sleep, and a decrease in cravings for those with addiction issues. It’s also used for anti-aging purposes.

NAD works by fueling the biological processes that make energy and construct cellular components. It helps repair cells throughout the body, including neurons in the brain, potentially improving cognitive function and overall physical health.

Yes, when administered by a qualified healthcare professional, NAD Infusion Therapy is safe. NAD is a natural substance in your body, and replenishing its levels can support better cellular function.

Each session can last up to 2 hours.

The number of treatments varies depending on your health goals and conditions. Some people experience benefits after a single session, while others may require a series of infusions.

It’s used to treat a variety of conditions, including chronic fatigue, neurodegenerative diseases, mental health disorders like depression and anxiety, substance abuse, and as part of an anti-aging regimen.

Side effects are generally mild and can include fatigue, nausea, and light-headedness during or immediately after the infusion. These typically resolve quickly.

Individuals with certain medical conditions, such as kidney or heart diseases, should consult their doctor. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should avoid this therapy.

NAD Infusion Therapy is often not covered by insurance. We recommend checking with your insurance provider for details.

During your first appointment, we’ll review your medical history, discuss your health goals, and explain the procedure. If you decide to proceed, we can often start the infusion during the same visit.

Some individuals notice an improvement in energy levels and mental clarity immediately after the infusion, while for others, it may take a series of treatments to observe significant changes.

Stay hydrated and eat a light meal before your appointment. Avoid alcohol and caffeine on the day of your infusion.


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