NMN's scientific name is Nicotinamide Mononucleotide, which belongs to the category of vitamin B derivatives. It is widely involved in many biochemical reactions in the human body and is closely related to immunity and metabolism. NMN is the most direct and effective precursor of NAD+, and its function is mainly reflected by NAD+.
NMN before or after meals?
There are no mandatory regulations or requirements for the taking time of NMN. It can be used before or after meals. According to the reactions of some people, they may experience excessive excitement at night and difficulty falling asleep after taking it. This is because after taking NMN, the NAD+ level of the human body can be increased in 30 minutes, and the functions of human cells can be activated. The body will be in a relatively excited state and full of energy. Therefore, it is recommended that you take it before breakfast or before drinking alcohol.
Is NMN safe to take daily?
Regarding the daily dosage of NMN, each brand has its own opinions and the span is large. So far, there have been no relevant reports of harm when used by people. According to current literature reports on the safety of human consumption, the daily dosage should not exceed 500mg.
How long does it take for NMN to be effective?
Taking nmn at different age groups will bring about different effects. There are obvious differences in the effect and the length of time of taking it. Different groups of people have different feedback on the effect of taking NMN. Generally speaking, men have stronger body sensations than women. The older they are, the better. The general feeling is more obvious.
Always consult your healthcare provider for a diagnosis, accurate medical information and clearance before taking any supplements.
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