Quen-ten is a Coenzyme Q10: a vitamin-like substance that is made naturally in the body. It is an effective dietary supplement as it aids in treating coenzyme Q-10 deficiency.
How does Quen-ten improve heart health?
Quen-ten (CoQ10) may help reduce the risk for cardiovascular diseases and can aid recovery in people who’ve had bypass and heart valve surgeries.
Quen-ten (CoQ10) helps in the treatment of:
Hypertension (High blood pressure)
The Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database has rated CoQ10 effective for the treatment of hypertension.
CoQ10 has the potential to reduce systolic blood pressure by 17 mm and diastolic blood pressure by 10 mm, without any significant side effects.
CoQ10 can effect positive changes in blood pressure, generally within four to 12 weeks of use.
CoQ10 is effective at lowering migraine duration (how long an episode lasts) and reducing the number of total migraine days per month.
It helps in the treatment of muscle weakness, exercise intolerance, impaired hearing and vision, ataxia, seizures, learning disabilities, heart defects, diabetes, and poor growth
Use of CoQ10 can slow down the progression of Parkinson’s disease, as measured by the Unified Parkinson Disease Rating Scale (UPDRS).
CoQ10 levels in the retina can decline by approximately 40% with age.
CoQ10 helps promote blood flow to the eyes to offer the much-needed oxygen to support retinal performance.
CoQ10 supplementation (100 mg/ day for 30 days) decreases muscle pain by 40% and interference of pain with daily life activities by 38%.
Primary dietary sources of CoQ10 include oily fish (such as salmon and tuna), organ meats (such as liver), and whole grains. Most people get enough CoQ10 through a balanced diet, but supplements may help people with particular health conditions (above mentioned).
Adults, one (1) capsule one a day preferably with meals
As directed by the physician