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MIGRAINES AND CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME; HEALTH BENEFITS OF COQ10

MIGRAINES AND CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME; HEALTH BENEFITS OF COQ10

MIGRAINES AND CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME; HEALTH BENEFITS OF COQ10

A 2016 study in the Southern Medical Journal showed that CoQ10 deficiency in people was associated with health problems such as "encephalopathy (brain dysfunction), serious multisystem and metabolic diseases, kidney disease, muscle pain , and more."

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a natural antioxidant that occurs naturally in our bodies and plays an important role in overall well-being and well-being.

Additional studies have also found that low levels of CoQ10 are associated with heart disease, Alzheimer's disease, and Parkinson's.

Coenzyme Q10 may help with:

Coenzyme Q10 is necessary for cells to produce energy. Think about how important this is. The process is done mainly in the part of the cell called "mitochondria" by doctors. Mitochondria are like a powerhouse that produces energy. If the power plant does not produce enough energy, the person becomes exhausted and must conserve energy. Muscle soreness can often be a sign of low CoQ10 reserves.

Because the heart is the most active organ, it produces and consumes the most CoQ10 to meet its metabolic needs. In addition, those with heart disease need higher levels of CoQ10.

When you take a coenzyme supplement, the body breaks down 90% of CoQ10 into ubiquinol, which is its active form. CoQ10, or ubiquinol, is widely used by complementary and holistic physicians to treat many conditions, including some of the ones listed above. However, modern conventional medicine is beginning to recognize additional health benefits of taking coenzyme.

Coenzyme CoQ10 from Nature

  • fish
  • Beef
  • chicken
  • mackerel
  • Sardines
  • broccoli
  • cauliflower
  • Legumes
  • Peanut
  • Grapes
  • avocado

However, most people who have certain conditions for which they need to treat CoQ10 deficiency are advised to take a coenzyme supplement in addition to the recommended foods. Diet is often insufficient to balance CoQ10 levels.

DEPLETION OF COENZYME Q10 IN THE BODY; FEELING BAD

As we age and age, CoQ10 levels in our blood and cells decrease. This is mainly due to its reduced production and because of a reduction in the absorption capacity of our digestive system.

Prescription medications may also reduce CoQ10 levels

The main drugs are a series of drugs called a statin. A statin is the name given to a group of cholesterol-lowering drugs that includes atorvastatin (Lipitor), simvastatin (Zocor), lovastatin (Mevacor), and others.

Statin drugs suppress an enzyme called HMG-CoA ridductase. Suppressing this enzyme is essential for reducing the amount of cholesterol in the body. However, it also reduces the body's ability to make CoQ10.

Treatment of muscle soreness caused by side effects of medications with CoQ10

Muscle soreness is a common side effect of cholesterol-lowering medications. While many people have successfully treated their muscle soreness with CoQ10, studies have not been able to definitively confirm this.

Studies have also shown that certain high blood pressure medications, especially beta-blockers, can also reduce CoQ10 levels in the body.

These drugs include: atenolol, carvedilol, metoprolol, propranolol, and others. Many believe that the decrease in CoQ10 may be one of the reasons these medications may causefatigue in some who take them.

Stress fromthe overwhelming, stressful, rushed, competitive and mentally tiring environment

The stresses of daily life affect not only our bodies in reducing energy levels – physical health affects overall well-being and cognitive, mental clarity.

A powerful antioxidantthat helps cope with the daily effects of physical stress.

Those who suffer from a lot of stress are at risk for CoQ10 deficiency.

In addition to consuming nutritional supplements – work should be done on changing thinking patterns and eating habits

Deficiencies in the body and disease have a spiritual source, a root that spills over into the material world and limited language. Besides, you know, to say:

"You are what you eat."

The above quote takes on a deep meaning here, since eating processed foods with chemicals will lead to physical and cognitive problems, and ultimately mental problems.

Therefore, try to eat healthy food that you prepare at home, made from clean raw materials without artificial ingredients.

Mushrooms, nuts and salads

Eat mushrooms, nuts, recommend walnuts especially, because of their rich content in minerals, proteins and many essential nutrients for us.

Salads of all kinds – and it's also time to get to know the world of exotic fruits, try blueberries and eat vegetables every day, at least a little.

These are things that may help the brain return to its pure state, which affects overall well-being, and also prevent deficiencies in natural components that are essential for the body's functioning.

Did you know that: Artificial substances cluster, reduce the pineal gland in the brain, which is considered the third eye.

Emotions and thoughts have been shown to influence the shape of water when viewed under a microscope. Positive thoughts will cause the formation of beautiful symmetrical geometric shapes, thoughts of hatred and evil will cause the formation of a crooked and aesthetic shape. We humans are made of about 70 percent or more of water.

Nature > harmony > spiritual clarity > sacred geometry > beauty > health

When we think positively and calmly – the material from which we are made acquires a perfect geometric shape, aesthetic and amazing in its beauty. Sounds, music has the same effect, not only on water, but also on plants.

If we knew how much power our thoughts have, we wouldn't rush to think negatively

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