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Coenzyme Q10 May Reduce Fatigue


“Coenzyme Q10 supplementation may offer significant fatigue-alleviating effects for patients with chronic fatigue syndrome and for healthy individuals, according to a recent meta-analysis of 13 randomized control trials.” [Source:]


In today’s fast-paced world, tiredness and fatigue are increasingly common problems. According to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around 15.3 percent of American women and 10.1 percent of American men regularly feel very tired or exhausted. If a physician rules out medical conditions as the source of the problem, other possible causes can include insufficient sleep, a lack of exercise, and a poor diet resulting in micronutrient deficiencies.

Chronic fatigue following viral infection is also common. A recent systematic review published in the journal Nutrients considered the feasibility of using high-dose intravenous (IV) vitamin C in the treatment of post-viral fatigue and so-called ‘long COVID’. Reviewing 9 clinical studies involving a total of 720 participants, the authors found that treatment with vitamin C resulted in a significant reduction in fatigue. Other symptoms such as sleep disturbances, lack of concentration, depression, and pain were also frequently alleviated. Noting that vitamin C deficiency has been demonstrated in COVID-19 and other acute severe infections, the authors suggest that high-dose IV administration of this vital nutrient may be a suitable treatment option for patients afflicted with these conditions.

Research shows that daily intake of a synergistically designed multi-micronutrient supplement can help prevent micronutrient deficiencies and optimize your energy levels. To read Dr. Rath’s recommendations for daily micronutrient supplementation, see this page on our website.