Millions of people worldwide take statins in an attempt to lower their cholesterol levels and reduce their risk of heart attack. The sad irony is that by blocking endogenous cholesterol production, which is how statin drugs work, these medications also block production of coenzyme Q10, a nutrient needed for the production of energy, especially in muscles and particularly in the heart. As such, statin drugs may cause side effects including fatigue, muscle weakness, and neck pain which clinicians refer to as statin-induced myopathy. Read more
https://painneck.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/painneck_logo2.png 0 0 LMatthews https://painneck.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/painneck_logo2.png LMatthews2017-02-26 07:06:482017-02-26 07:06:48Can Statins Cause Neck Pain?