CoQ10 - Studies Show CoQ10 Helpful
pain is a difficult area in medicine.
The conventional treatments for migraines are imperfect because they
don’t work in all patients and many have undesirable side effects.
(calcium gene-related peptide) appears to be intimately connected to migraine
lowers CGRP which blocks pain transmission.
A study done in 2018 showed that CoQ10 reduces headache pain, frequency
is so powerful that when injected intravenously a study showed that it provoked
a migraine in 65% of the people had been known to have experienced migraines in
helps prevent migraines by breaking the cycle of inflammation and neural
over-sensitization that contributes to their development.
of 150-400 mg daily of CoQ10 have been shown to lower CGRP and prevent
migraine. Also, if patients choose to take a more readily absorbable ubiquinol
form of CoQ10 that should be able to reduce the dosage by half as long as they
take it with a meal that contains some fat.
Here are two studies:
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