Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, has conducted a research which concluded that sleep depravation could be the cause of high blood pressure in healthy adolescents. These associations couldn’t be explained by being overweight, socioeconomic status, sleep apnea, or known co morbidities. About 238 teenagers ages 13 to 16 were participating in this study which provided an important data about relationship between lack of sleep and high blood pressure. All of the participants of this study were without any known health issues.
This study was published in a Journal of the American Heart Organization. Young adults were observed 3 to 7 nights about the sleep duration at their homes. Special digital wrist recorder was designed in order to record a motion, sleep and wake up patterns. Special laboratory was used for one night and the blood pressure was measured nine times during that night over two days period. In the research facility, an overnight polysomnography was also made; according to Wikipedia, a polysomnography “is a multi-parametric test used in the study of sleep”, and the test outcome is termed a polysomnogram.
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is an essential element in the creation of energy that cells need for their life support. CoQ10 also know as Ubiquinone because it is ubiquitous, meaning that it is part of every living cell in our body. When the level of Coenzyme is reduced to 25 percent many health problems may appear. High Blood Pressure, Heart Attacks, Immune Deficiencies and cancer are a few of the diseases. It is a scientific fact, that when the level of Coenzyme drops below 75 percent the life can no longer exist.
CoenzymeQ10 support cellular energy production by helping create adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is the body’s primary source of stored energy. Muscle cells, produce ATP with fuel released from foods – glucose, fatty acids, amino acids, various enzymes, oxygen and CoQ10.