A Successful Supplement that Combats Aging. New Advice From Dr. Sung Yang

A Successful Supplement that Combats Aging: New Advice from Dr. Sung Yang

HONOLULU, HI / ACCESSWIRE / July 9, 2021 / The Medical Office of Dr. Sung Yang and Oahu have improved the quality of healthcare for over 10 years. He researched the NAD vitamin-a special vitamin that is related to niacin and assists in the energy metabolism of all cells in the human body. Dr. Yang in Waikiki has reviewed both the laboratory and clinical research data that show that increasing the NAD level inside the cells can treat or prevent many diseases that are caused by NAD deficiency such as Alzheimer’s disease, cardiovascular disease, and immune deficiency.

Dr. Yang in Waikiki connects depleted NAD levels with age-related diseases

NAD levels drop up to 50% when people approach the age of 40. Since NAD is needed in the critical chemical reactions that make up the metabolism that converts nutrients and oxygen into energy humans fall prey to common age-related diseases as they grow older and NAD levels drop. A direct connection exists between reduced NAD levels occurring from old age and the following illnesses:

· Various metabolic disorders such as diabetes, high cholesterol, and obesity

· Cancers

· Neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease

· Muscular atrophy

-Enhanced immune activity against COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Dr. Yang offers approaches to treat NAD deficiency

Patients benefit from Dr. Yang’s conventional and alternative approaches in restoring the NAD level. First, the best conventional approach is taking NAD 300mg capsule once a day. Studies show up to 50% increase of cellular NAD levels after at least 8 weeks of supplementation with NAD vitamin.

The alternative approach is avoiding or reducing exposure to oxidants that can deplete NAD levels aside from aging. In other words, exposure to UV light, tobacco, alcohol, pollution (i.e. combustion by-products), and excessive stress can reduce NAD levels. Therefore, wearing sunscreen, refraining from smoking and drinking alcohol, reducing stress can be beneficial to your NAD level. Also, adding anti-oxidants to your diet can be very helpful. Certain food like cranberry, garlic, and coffee fruit and certain spices like Tumeric, cocoa, and cinnamon can boost your anti-oxidant levels which then reduce your oxidant levels and ultimately increase your NAD levels.

Lastly, exercise can increase the anti-oxidant level and thus increase the NAD level. Dr. Yang has posted several blogs on his Google website that describe his favorite outdoor places for exercise and fun around Waikiki and Oahu. So get out there in the hiking trails and beaches to maximize your NAD level.

In addition to preserving and increasing the NAD level Dr. Yang’s 3-Step approach for preventive medicine can address your health even when you do not have any symptoms and before a disease becomes advanced and difficult to treat. Completing a history and physical exam is the first step in this approach to make the diagnosis. For example, age, gender, medical history, social habits, and family history can determine which diseases that you may be at risk for. The risk for colon cancer starts at the age of 50 or greater for both men and women and that for breast cancer starts at the age of 40 or greater for women. Smoking with at least 30 pack year history (number of packs x years of smoking) is a significant risk for lung cancer, especially the most aggressive small cell lung cancer.

Testing the blood, urine or other bodily fluids is the next important step. For example, checking the blood for cholesterol and diabetes is crucial for screening for early signs of cardiovascular disease (atherosclerosis) or plaque-forming within the arteries. Also, testing the urine for protein concentration can detect the earliest signs of kidney disease. Lastly, imaging tests such as US of the liver (evaluates for any liver disease caused by hepatitis B and C viruses), mammogram, CT of the lungs (evaluate for lung cancer), and colonoscopy are powerful methods to detect disease at an early stage and prevent it from advancing to severe disease with complications.

Dr. Yang Waikiki combines the preventive medicine of “3 Steps to Your Health” with traditional medicine which involves evaluating disease in the presence of symptoms. At his medical practice, Dr. Yang Waikiki ensures that each of his patients undergo and benefit from both preventive and traditional medicine.

Dr. Yang and his staff strive to provide high-quality personalized care for patients in Waikiki.

Patients experience a personalized treatment approach during each office visit with Dr.Yang. Dr. Sung always explains the benefits and risks of the treatment to the patient in a simple language that the patient understands.

Dr. Yang Waikiki can recommend one type of treatment versus another but ultimately the patient makes the final decision based on the comparison of the benefit with the risk and personal preference. For example, a patient may prefer to use the prescription medications such as Aricept or Namenda for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease because they have completed all the clinical trials and thus the science is more convincing as they are already approved by the FDA. On the other hand, another patient may prefer NAD vitamins because they have little or no side effects like the prescription medicines and also show some promising benefits in improving short-term memory and cerebral cortex enhancement on the MRI of the brain even though NAD vitamins are still not FDA approved prescription medicines.


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