Coenzyme Q10 reduces the frequency of migraine headaches and their length, as well as the number of days with nausea

April 30, 2007

Scientists at the Department of neurology, University Hospital, Zurich gave Coenzyme Q10 100mg 3 times a day or inactive placebo to migraine patients in a double-blind, randomized, trial. By the third month Coenzyme Q10 truly kicked in significantly reducing the frequency of migraine attacks, days with headache, and days with nausea compared to placebo. Almost 50% of the patients had a significant drop in the frequency of headaches with Coenzyme Q10 supplementation. The study is published in the February 2005 issue of the journal Neurology.

Pediatric migraine sufferers may need Coenzyme Q10

In this study from the Cincinnati Children?s Hospital Medical Center researchers checked the level of Coenzyme Q10 in children with migraines. The children ranged in age from 3.5 years old to 22 years old. 33% of the children were The research is published in the January 2007 issue of the journal Headache.