Information on CoQ10: Everything You Need to Know
American Fork, Utah, United States, June 1 2020 Published via (Wiredrelease) — If you are into health, fitness, or just taking care of yourself in general, odds are, you have heard of CoQ10. Maybe you have seen the supplement in stores, or maybe a healthy friend of yours recommended it. Either way, the unfortunate fact of the matter is that there seem to be so many supplement options out there these days that sometimes it can be hard to choose what you should take, and what is just a waste of time and money. If you are interested in getting healthier, here is some helpful information on CoQ10.
How CoQ10 Works
Cells within the body use CoQ10 for maintenance and growth. Specifically, within the cell, it is believed that the mitochondria use CoQ10 as one of their sources of fuel and energy. This is important to understand because mitochondria themselves are considered the “powerhouse” of the cell, so if they use CoQ10 for fuel, effectively, the whole cell may rely to some degree on CoQ10 for energy and proper functioning.
Mitochondria that are not functioning properly have, in some cases, been shown to have depleted levels of CoQ10. The result is fatigue and other issues.
Benefits of CoQ10
While CoQ10 is naturally occurring and produced within the body, the amount of CoQ10 we produce decreases with age, which is why the supplement is becoming increasingly popular among the elderly looking to benefit from the supplements possible anti-again properties.
CoQ10 is also found in certain meats and grains. The problem, however, if that CoQ10 does not exist within foods at the level of which is believed to be effective in treating ailments like heart disease and others.
Reasons people take CoQ10 other than to improve their cardiovascular health include:
For Parkinson’s Disease: There is so very promising research relating to how CoQ10 may have a positive impact on those with early-stage Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s is a debilitating issue in the nervous system. While the exact interaction between CoQ10 and the nervous system is not fully understood, there does seem to be some part that CoQ10 plays, as high levels of the supplement have shown promising, positive results in aiding those in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease. As it stands today, Parkinson’s is still an incurable disease that affects many older individuals as well as others. Migraines or Headaches: Migraines and or regularly occurring headaches can range from minor to major. For some, these occurrences may just be small inconveniences, but others may encounter severe, debilitating migraines on a fairly regular basis. These people may have trouble working, have trouble focusing, and experience great amounts of pain on a regular basis. The fact is, Migraines are more serious than they may initially seem.Physical or Mental Performance: CoQ10 is believed to have a positive impact on both physical and mental performance. This can include energy levels one may experience throughout the day as well as the cardiovascular aspect of physical exercise, which is important to professional athletes and others interesting in optimizing their physical abilities.
There you have it, CoQ10 is a naturally occurring coenzyme and antioxidant that exists and plays a vital role in the body. More and more people have begun supplementing CoQ10 as they believe the product has some impressive health benefits, including improving the appearance of the skin, improving cardiovascular health, aiding athletic performance, increasing energy, and more. CoQ10 is generally well-tolerated since, as mentioned, the antioxidant is already naturally occurring in the body and certain foods. But, if you are thinking of adding a CoQ10 supplement to your diet and you have a preexisting condition or are taking medication, you should as always, consult your doctor.
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