The group then received supplementation with 300 mg/day CoQ10 and this was found to be associated with improvements in clinical symptoms and a restoration of normal CoQ10 levels.
The authors conclude, "Patients with FM showed an important dysfunction in CoQ10 levels and might benefit from oral supplementation."
This is very similar (in fact, even the same dosage was used) to a study I covered last year. Click HERE to read that post.
Source: Coenzyme Q10 in salivary cells correlate with blood cells in Fibromyalgia: Improvement in clinical and biochemical parameter after oral treatment
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