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Friends, I have experienced dizziness for some months, but recently began taking CoQ10 because it's been suggested that doing so is a good idea if one is taking statins.  Interestingly, my dizziness decreased by about 90% within a couple of days of beginning to take the supplement.  It is absolutely possible that taking the supplement had nothing to do with the relief in my symptoms of dizziness, but I thought it worth sharing my experience.  

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    CoQ10 is usually given for heart failure cases and cancer. its interesting to know that it worked out with your dizziness.
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    Rida, I'm NOT certain that it did work.  There may be no correlation at all.  But I cannot see that any other objective circumstances changed, so I'm TEMPTED to attribute causation.  I guess my subtext is that it MAY be worth trying CoQ10, IF a doctor says that it will, at minimum, do no harm.  (I was pretty desperate, so to have something (possibly) help from which I never expected relief was an interesting experience.)
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    can you know if your food diet in the recovery period contained high levels of magnisum. doctor advised me to take magnisum tablets for my dizziness.
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    I honestly don't know, Rida.  I very much doubt I consumed MORE magnesium in the recovery period.  My diet didn't change at all.
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