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According to Balch & Balch, 75 mg. daily.
Actually, 75 mg is a rather low dose and is usually a mid-line dosage for general maintenance of a healthy person… 60-100mg is a common dosage range. The dosage for you may vary than for other people with similar issues because it would depend on how much is in your body already and how well your body processes it.
I would recommend talking with a nutritionist or a doctor that is knowledgeable about CFS and/or CoQ10 to get the best answer, but I’m willing to bet it would be around 2-300 mg daily or somewhere near there. A knowledgeable doctor could run blood tests to see exactly how much you would need, though.
On a side note, you may want to also try Ribose in addition to the CoQ10. Those are two of the major ingredients that your body uses to produce ATP, which is the source of energy at the cellular level and each commonly help give energy.
Good luck and I hope I helped!
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