As we grow older, our body begins to degrade. What we normally had no trouble doing in our prime, we start requiring assistance for in our golden years. At a certain age, we begin to be more susceptible to certain disorders that could make our elderly lives a whole lot more difficult than it already is. One such disorder is Parkinson’s disease, a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system.
Early in the course of the disease, the most obvious symptoms are movement-related, which include shaking, rigidity, slowness of movement and difficulty with walking. In later stages, thinking and behavioral problems may arise, with dementia commonly occurring in the advanced stages of the disease. Depression is the most common psychiatric symptom. Parkinson’s disease is quite common amongst people aged 50 and up.
After recent studies were done on the disorder and many experts discovering that patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease have a defect involving the production of energy in the mitochondria, attention turned to Co-Enzyme Q10, which is a key nutrient for producing energy in the mitochondria. While studies from the last decade are far from conclusive, many still hope that CoQ10 holds the best answer to curing Parkinson’s.
A 2002 study that examined the use of CoQ10 to treat Parkinson`s diseasehas shed new light on the effects of CoQ10. The study included 80 participants who were in the early stages of Parkinson`s, before any medication treatment was required. Participants randomly received a placebo or a daily dose of 300 mg, 600 mg, or 1200 mg of CoQ10 for a total of 16 months. Participants were monitored using the Unified Parkinson Disease Rating Scale, which determines the severity of the disease. At the end of the study, participants taking a placebo had worsened by 49.8 percent. In the CoQ10 group, those taking 1200 mg per day showed the least progression: on average, this group worsened by only 29.6 percent.
What’s more, one result that showed up in the study was the safety of taking CoQ10 in Parkinson`s patients. Long-term use of CoQ10 produced no negative side effects, and was even well tolerated by those who were taking medications for their condition. So it appears that adding a daily dose of CoQ10 is safe for Parkinson`s patients. With no known side effects and evidence leaning in a positive direction, it seems that CoQ10 may be a valuable supplement for those with Parkinson`s disease. Modern science has made higher doses of this nutrient, such as our PLATINUM Series CoQ10, more affordable than ever before, making it a more viable treatment and a better option for a healthier lifestyle overall.
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