Category: What’s New

Can Stellate Ganglion Blocks (SGB) Treat Generalized Anxiety Symptoms?

A New study from Hudson Medical indicates the potential efficacy of Stellate Ganglion Blocks in treating Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Generalized Anxiety Disorders (GAD) are a category of anxiety disorders in which excessive, persistent, and unrealistic fear, worry, and feeling of being overwhelmed are accompanied by nonspecific physiological symptoms. This group of disorders may be a […]

Fact vs. Fiction: Breaking Down the Biggest Ozempic Misconceptions

2023 is the year of Ozempic. The FDA first approved Ozempic, a semaglutide medication from Novo Nordisk, back in 2017, but the drug went mainstream in 2022.1 And by April of 2023 it had reached household recognition status. The court of public opinion regarding Semaglutide remains split, with one camp celebrating its potential to overall […]

Which Long-COVID Treatment is Right for You?

COVID-19 infection statistics are on the decline and the WHO president expects to officially declare the end of its pandemic classification in 2023. But, make no mistake, COVID-19 is still around and long COVID symptoms are still sidelining people. A July 2022 study published by the CDC showed that 1 in 5 Americans who had […]

This Is Your Brain On NAD+

NAD+ is everywhere. Everyone from podcasters to celebrities and, even, your coworkers are touting the benefits of NAD+ transfusions. As the popularity of NAD+ continues to climb across digital spheres—and IRL—the messaging around NAD+ could get murky, especially when it comes to conversations on how NAD+ and detoxification. To give you some clarity, we’re breaking […]

Don’t Waste Any More Time—Measure Your Longevity With NAD+ Testing

Want to really improve your longevity? Start by checking in on your cells—specifically, the NAD+ levels in your cells.   Biohacking searches are skyrocketing and more people are experimenting with fasting and immersion therapies to wind back their biological clocks. Though studies support the potentials of intermittent fasting and cold therapy to slow cellular aging and […]

Flu Season — Everything You Need to Know

Flu season is ramping up and experts are concerned it may be especially severe this year. For one, the southern hemisphere experienced a sharp increase in cases which may translate to an uptick in the northern hemisphere. Additionally, all of our masking over the past couple of winters may have weakened our immunity against influenza.  […]

Treating Long COVID with Exosome Therapy

What are Exosomes? With restorative therapeutics gaining the attention of researchers and clinicians across the world, exosome therapy has been widely recognized as a potential treatment avenue for a range of degenerative conditions and diseases. Exosomes are small vesicles that are secreted by many different types of cells. These vesicles were initially viewed as cellular […]


What is NAD+? NAD is the abbreviation for a compound called nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, which is well-known for its critical role in energy production. NAD is also involved in the smooth execution of signaling pathways that govern proper functioning of the immune system and cell survival. NAD+, a form of NAD, is responsible for many […]

Vitamin IV & Long COVID

What is Vitamin C? Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant with many biological functions. The body requires vitamin C to synthesize a variety of essential compounds, such as collagen and certain neurotransmitters (18). Antioxidants are substances that are able to prevent the formation and inhibit the activity of cellular waste products called reactive oxygen species […]

Stellate Ganglion Block & Long COVID

Stellate Ganglion Blocks (SGBs) are minimally-invasive procedures used to treat many types of sympathetic nervous system-related disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), complex regional pain syndrome, and ventricular arrhythmia. The stellate ganglion (SG) is a nerve cluster associated with the activation of the sympathetic nervous system, the branch of the nervous system that is responsible […]