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Multiple uses: Co q10 is an enzyme and antioxidant that is naturally in the body helps to fight cell aging. Some studies found it useful to be used after heart attacks, congestive heart failure, heart surgery and heart damage caused by chemotherapy. Most commonly I use it with patient with high cholesterol when they have side effects from the cholesterol lowering med as they tend to have low q10 in their bodies. ...Read more
CoQ10 is a cofactor: CoQ10 is a very important cofactor found in the energy producing machinery in all our cells. This cofactor can be depleted when taking certain medications — most especially the statins for cholesterol lowering and can result in fatigue and weakness. Since it takes energy (and coQ10) to make coQ10, if the measured blood levels are suboptimal/ low then it's best to supplement with oral Coq10. ...Read more
100 mg: The formation of cholesterol and coenzyme Q in the body share a common pathway. So if you block the formation of cholesterol by a statin such as Simvastatin you also block the formation of CQ10 thus reducing the enzymes level in your body.CQ10 is essential in generating energy for the body's normal metabolism. As a preventive supplement, it's benefit is not certain. The average dose is 100 mg. ...Read more
No adverse effects: It does not have any adverse effects, and some feels it may have some benefits in patients with thalasemia as thalasemia patients have low levels of co q-10. ...Read more
Is CO-Q10 safe to take as a supplement without any current health problems? I believe it is one of the best antioxident.
It is a harmless med: CoQ10 is not proven to be of great usefulness for any medical condition. It is a good antioxidant but it is costly. Unless spending money is not a problem, I would not encourage you to take it. I think it is quite costly. Moreover, its dose and duration of use for any medical use is not well-defined. ...Read more
Any of these combos co-q10, saw palmetto, zinc, doxymed, curamin. Don't take all at once but wanted to know if ok to take throughout the day?
If you do not need : It, do not take it.Get a more detailed answer ›
Reduces side effects:
CoQ10 is essential for health and statins significantly lower CoQ10. I recommend EVERY person taking statins also take CoQ10 to reduce side effects- see https://drsarahbrewer.com/statins-and-co-enzyme-q10
Many who are given statins may be better off without them; see http://tinyurl.com/axtab4d
and http://tinyurl.com/oyk2ttd ...Read more
My father has dementia. Does co q10 help with this disease? I bought it in liquid form from costco. It's by qunol.
Blood pressure on machines at cvs, walgreens and wal mart, tue 139/104, started co q10 100mg 3xday. Wed 142/96, thu 139/99, fri 140/99?
For migraine what is better?riboflavin 400 mg or Co Q10 100 mg or butterbur or feverfew or all together and what is the daily dosage??
Try all then...: All are proven effective but some individuals respond better to some than others so you need to try all to see what works best for you. Since each reduce migraines but seldom stop them entirely best benefit most likely from taking all. If you go months with no migraine can try stopping one at a time to see what's working. Also, try Magnesium taurate or citrate 600 mg/day. See comment for doses: ...Read more
CoQ 10 ALA: Yes. Thesexare safe together.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have stopped taking "ezetrol" for cholesterol can't take statins either due to muscle pain from both, is co q10 @ 400mg the answer to controlling?
Things to consider: Muscle aches, pain, or weakness on statin therapy may represent several things. Very low vitamin d levels, as well as low thyroid function, can predispose people to more statin associated muscle symptoms. If one of these is present it should be treated. Some people can tolerate a much lower dose of statin taken every 2 or 3 days. Coq10 may or may not help muscle symptoms. No problem in trying. ...Read more
Started savella (milnacipran) yesterday n place of celexa, feel better than n a long time!less fatigue 4 sure, any interactions w/supplements 4 fibro? Co q10, st jon wa
Maybe: St. John's (stjw) & savella (milnacipran) can increase norepinephrine & serotonin levels, while stjw can also increase Dopamine levels (at high doses it acts like a mao-i). Depending on your unique metabolic characteristics (and the presence of cyp450 inhibitors), you might experience symptoms of serotonin syndrome (increased heart rate, sweating, over active reflexes). Discuss doses with prescribing doc. ...Read more
I'm hypo-thyroid & just got supplements 4 my swollen glands, it sounds like ALL could b dangerous! Alpha Lipoic Acid, Co Q10,Cod Liver Oil & Selenium!
Hard to say: There has been some benefit on heart in one trial, but trial only involved 420 patients is considered safe, generally, but there're problems with saying that. No one regulates the over the counter supplements to guarantee they contain what they say or whether form it comes in is the same as that in the trial. See this great discussion http://tinyurl.com/mqsaen5 ...Read more
Co-enzyme q10, magnesium, beetroot, curcumin and garlic supplements to lower BP — your view on effectiveness please?
12 million japanese take co-enzyme q10 for heart conditions. At age 67 must I take it if my heart is ok? Do I take 30, 50, 60, or 100mg of ubiquinol?
No, it depends: Obviously you don't have to take coq10, esp. If your heart is ok. While I recommend coq10 for heart failure ; high blood pressure, it has other benefits ; is likely beneficial as an anti-aging agent ; may help prevent a variety of illnesses associated with aging. If you can readily afford it take 100 mg, otherwise 50 mg is ok. See http://www.Lef. Org/magazine/mag2006/feb2006_cover_coq10_01. Htm. ...Read more
Would you recommend taking supplements with vascular parkinson's. E. G co enzyme q10. What dose?
Glucosamine. What dose
Parkinson's : If no longer recommend coq10 for idiopathic parkinson's disease based on a study by the nih that showed no efficacy. However, it was found to be safe. Some notice more energy with it. Glucosamine is used for moderate to severe osteoarthritis and works pretty good on most. Vitamin c may be used from 100-1000 mg daily. I am not certain if there is any proven benefit with stroke, or parkinson's dx. ...Read more
Is it ok to use co enzyme q10, salicylic acid, sodium laureth sulfate, passionflower, pineapple, ginseng, grapefruit extracts topically during pregnancy?
What's better for small vessel disease of the heart, L — arginine or Co enzyme Q10? I've never had a heart attack and I'm taking Diltiazem.
Small vessel disease: I believe there is better evidence to support co-enzyme q-10 as a supplement for small vessel disease. ...Read more
Yes. Question: Why?: CoQ10 is widely marketed yet all double-blind prospective clinical trials of CoQ10 (except 1 sponsored by CoQ10 marketers) have failed to show any benefit. Xarelto inhibits clot formation & is Rx'ed because of evidence/concern of forming clots inside blood vessels, not just at blood vessel breaks, thus any bleeding problems are?ed. Xarelto does NOT thin blood; blood viscosity does not change. ...Read more
I'm pessimistic: Coenzyme q is extremely effective against one rare cardiomyopathy. But it's being promoted heavily right now to help with almost everything and without any good studies / reproducible results. I'm waiting these but can't recommend it now. The psychology is "what's a hundred dollars if it does work?" you decide but I'm not optimistic. ...Read more