The CoQ10 Experiment

I started taking CoQ10 about two days ago.  For the uninitiated, Coenzyme Q10 is a substance like a vitamin, that, among many things, claims to increase your energy. From asking around, CoQ10’s results have been mixed, with some claiming it’s a miracle, some saying it did nothing for them and some saying they felt a little bit better.

I am going to try it for 30 days, 1 pill a day, 200 mg.  Then I am going to go off it to see if I had been having any perceptible improvement with it.  I am going to try to keep an open mind.

Do you take CoQ10?  What, if anything, has it done for you?  What dose do/did you take and how often?

And if you have any advice for me, I’d be pleased for you to comment!

All of us with Chronic Fatigue, Lupus, Fibro, or whatever is making us feel like a truck hit us could sure use a miracle!

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About mamasick

Emily Cullen is a pen-name. I suffer from chronic illnesses and diseases which include Bipolar Disorder, Asthma, Diabetes and Fibromyalgia. I had battled Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis but there is no longer evidence of me having these diseases and my Rheumatologist has declared them to be "burnt out" of my system. I am separated from my husband, “Grant”. Our son, “Tyler” was born in September of 2006 and suffers from tics and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and is delayed in fine and gross motor skills. In my blog I seek to let sick moms know that they are not the only ones going through this, and to educate people about what can happens when one becomes catastrophically ill. I also strive to break down stereotypes of what a “Welfare Mom” is like. Anything that I have gone through due to being sick, is written on the pages of Mama Sick.
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