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Back in 2006, I broke my left femur in a car accident. After several surgeries I was put on opioid pain medications for chronic pain for over four years. After figuring out quite quickly that addiction is indeed a real thing, I learned how mentally and physically dependent on the drugs I had become. After a long and arduous cycle of relapse, I finally feel I have conquered my demons, and wanted to provide some sort of support for anyone affected by addiction. So I started this podcast. Feel free to share, share, share! You can also help support the show by visiting our paypal donation portal at and at our Patreon page at

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May 28, 2018

In this episode:

This week we speak with Tom Ingoglia, business director at the NAD Treatment Center in San Diego, California.

NAD or Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide is a coenzyme found in all living cells and serves numerous roles in the brain and body. In relation to addiction, NAD treatment or therapy has been shown to reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings by up to 80% and we are even talking long term, years down the road. NAD levels in the body drop naturally over time as we age, and this may even have a lot to do with the aging process and age related disease like Alzheimer's.

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide is NOT yet approved by the FDA, but research into NAD shows real promise, although the future of NAD and NAD research is on shaky ground and may be outlawed in the United States in the not too distant future.

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