CoQ10 supplements are useful for treating congestive heart failure and for preventing migraines.
In middle age and in the senior years, the cellular bio-synthesis of Coenzyme Q10 declines with increasing age. One estimate suggests that the bio-synthesis of Coenzyme Q10 in heart muscle cells is reduced to half at 80 years.
Commercially available CoQ10 supplements are quite different from one another in quality and potency. Even if the manufacturers start with the same CoQ10 raw material, the end result can vary considerably.
Coenzyme Q10 and selenium in combination. The KiSel-10 Study researchers were curious to see whether the long-term supplementation of senior citizens with Coenzyme Q10 [...]
Fatigue. Chronic fatigue. Can CoQ10 supplementation make a difference against fatigue, lethargy, tiredness? Dr. William V. Judy (1938-2022), president of the SIBR Research [...]
Coenzyme Q10 and glycemic control. Blood sugar control. Diabetes. All topics on our minds as we get older. In the US, blood sugar [...]
Coenzyme Q10 administered to patients with statin-associated muscle symptoms (SAMS) results in less intense adverse effects of the statin medications the patients are taking [...]