Phentermine is a part of a weight reduction treatment plan. Phentermine consists of Phentermine hydrochloride. The tablets can be taken in amounts of 8mg, 15mg, 18.75mg, 30mg, and 37.5mg.
How It Works
Phentermine largely effects the central nervous system in the body. There are various chemicals released to signal to your body so that you get hunger pangs. Once you are satiated there are other chemicals activated to tell your body that you have received the necessary nutrition. With phentermine, there is only one part of that process that takes place. Phentermine causes the appetite to be suppressed within the individual. This causes the person to consume less number of calories over a period of time, resulting in weight loss.
Phentermine is usually prescribed to individuals who have body proportions that may be considered obese. In particular, it is given to overweight individuals who may also be at risk from diabetes, high cholesterol, or elevated blood pressure. Along with the Phentermine prescription, people are also advised to maintain a healthy diet and have an exercise regime for optimal results.
Prior to being given Phentermine, you will first need to be inspected by a specialist. This is to establish whether or not Phentermine will prove to be useful as well as safe for you. One of the things that you should do is to always follow the instructions provided to you by a medical professional. Even if you are not experiencing weight loss in the manner which you expected, you should not increase the amount. If you are experiencing any negative effects, you should speak to a specialist about reducing your dose.
Phentermine is typically only given those who are above the age of 17.
For divided doses, individuals can take 8mg of Phentermine, three times a day. This can be consumed half an hour before meals.
For a single dose, individuals can take between 15mg and 37.5mg of Phentermine once a day. This can be taken before breakfast or an hour or two after breakfast.
It is important to note that there may be some unexpected manifestations in addition to the anticipated results as well. These may be:
A reduced interested in sex
Dryness in the mouth
Deceptive sense of assurance
Irritations or rash on the surface of the skin
Issues with either achieving or sustaining an erection
Hallucinations that may be auditory, visual, or tactile in nature
If these problems appear to be quite severe or go on for an unusual amount of time, you should be looked over by a specialist.
If the subsequent circumstances apply to you, you should not consume Phentermine:
Hypersensitivity to Phentermine
Consumed an MAO inhibitor in the last two weeks
Prior issues with the heart
Increased pulmonary hypertension
Increased blood pressure
Alcohol or drug dependency
Previous allergic reaction to amphetamines, cold medication, stimulants, or diet pills
Instances you should tell your specialist about include:
Sensitive to aspirin
Yellow food dye allergy
It has been proven that Phentermine can harm both fetuses and children who are being breastfed.
Phentermine should not be given to anyone under the age of seventeen.