Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 is known as medical dietary supplement; increases viability, helps to reduce weight, fight against cancer, slows down ageing. Similar statements are a little bit overstated. However, coenzyme Q10 truly is effective for cardiac diseases and gingivitis. Coenzyme Q10 is a natural substance produced in human body, and is specified as other substances in category called quinines. Coenzyme Q10 was found in 1957 and named ubquinine (omnipresent) because it can be found anywhere in the nature. It is found in all live organisms, it is concentrated in some nutriments, especially in hazelnut seeds and oils. In last ten years, coenzyme Q10 became of the most famous dietary supplements all over the world. Protagonists of this substance use it to stay healthy, to cure cardiac diseases and other illnesses. Some physicians suppose, coenzyme Q10 is important for keeping all body functions in good and healthy shape and thus should be called “vitamin Q”.

Most frequent utilization of coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 has a beneficial effect on heart, bloodstream in case of cardiac failures, high blood pressure, heartbeat failures, anginous pain and Raynaud’s disease. It cures gingivitis. It protects nerves and slows down Alzheimer and Parkinson disease process. Coenzyme Q10 might help in prevention from cancer and cardiac diseases and modulates degenerative changes in late age.

Treatment and Effects of Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 is mainly a metabolism catalytic, and fastens substances exchange that is a complex chain of chemical reaction during which the nutriment is change into energy utilizable by organism. Coenzyme Q10 operates together with enzymes by fastening metabolic processes and supply energy to cells needed for digestion, injury healing, muscular and other important body functions. This substance plays a key role in energy exchange process; therefore it could be found in every cell, especially in heart muscle cell where it helps heart to beat more than 100 000 times per day. Coenzyme Q10 effects as antioxidants; similar to vitamin C and E, it helps to neutralize free radicals molecules that harm histic cells.

Coenzyme Q10 and prevention:
Coenzyme Q10 probably plays role in prevention from cancer, cardiac failures, and other diseases caused by free radicals damages. It is recommended to begin using this dietary supplement to increase energy and slow down ageing in the age of 40.

Main beneficial effects of Coenzyme Q10:
Coenzyme Q10 became an alternative medicine for patients suffering from cardiac diseases. According to some studies, coenzyme Q10 protects from blood sediments creation, decreasing blood pressure, eliminates heart beat anomaly, modulates the symptoms of Raynaud’s disease, and defuses pain arising from angina pectoris. However, coenzyme Q10 is only meant as a supplement, not the compensation of prescribed medicine.

Further effects of coenzyme Q10:
Some studies declare, coenzyme Q10 lengthens life of patients afflicted with breast and prostate cancer. Though, the results are not yet evidential. Coenzyme fastens healing even after surgeries and stops bleeding caused by gingivitis. Furthermore, coenzyme Q10 has beneficial influence on patients with Parkinson and Alzheimer disease, and might help to regenerate immune system of AIDS positive people. Some physicians also suppose, coenzyme might stabilize sugar level in blood to people with diabetes. Lots of positive information about coenzyme Q10 had been gathered over the years. Statement such as coenzyme Q10 slows down ageing, reduces weight, or strengthens immunity. However, many tests must be undertaken, before all similar statements will be declared.

Recommended dosage of Coenzyme Q10

Usual dosage of coenzyme Q10 is 50 mg twice a day. Higher doses - around 100 mg twice a day – might be effective against cardiac or circulatory system, and to modulate symptoms of Alzheimer disease.

How to use coenzyme Q10

Dietary supplement coenzyme Q10 should be used every morning and evening during meals in order to simplify its absorption. It is a long term medicine – minimally eight and more weeks – till the first effects show.

Possible side effects of coenzyme Q10

According to the research, coenzyme Q10 is harmless even in high dosage. Rarely, sickness, diarrhea or loosing appetite can appear. Considering the fact that the research about all possible side effects of coenzyme Q10 is not entirely done, pregnant women should consult using this supplement with their doctor.

New findings about coenzyme Q10

According to wide Italian study, the health condition of 80% of 2500 patients with cardiac failures who had been adding coenzyme Q10 to their prescribed medicine had improved after 90 days. The patients had better skin color, less edemas, and began to sleep better.

Physician in Japan, Sweden, Italy and Canada generally prescribe coenzyme Q10 to help with cardiac diseases therapy. Many supplements of coenzyme Q10 is produces in Japan where is also commonly used by 10 % of adults.

Warnings about coenzyme Q10

Pregnant women and nursing mothers must be careful and consult the usage of coenzyme with their gynecologist. This dietary supplement is not entirely explored. Therefore, if you are having any health issues, discuss the usage with your physician.

Additional information about coenzyme Q10

Many supplements of coenzyme Q10 is produces in Japan where is also commonly used by 10 % of adults.

Resource: publication - Leciva moc vitaminu, bylin a mineralních latek (The salutary power of vitamins, herbs and minerals) Reader´s Digest Choice

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