Adipex is the brand name of the diet medication, Phentermine. Used since the late 1950s as a weight-loss supplement, this powerful pharmaceutical has become one of the most commonly prescribed medications for assisting obese individuals lose weight. Adipex works to control caloric intake by curbing the user's appetite.
Many obese individuals view losing weight as such an arduous and long-term process that they find it hard to get started. This lack of initiative is probably due in large part to the uncomfortable feeling of constant hunger. Being hungry throughout the day for months and years at a time is simply too much of a stressor to be considered.
Thus, it makes sense that a weight-loss supplement that limits this sensation of hunger would be popular for those looking to lose a substantial amount of weight. Used in conjunction with exercise and a healthy diet, Adipex has been instrumental in millions of individual's weight loss over the years.
Though Adipex is a highly effective drug for obese individuals, it is not recommended for long term us or for those struggling to lose a small amount of weight. Adipex is undoubtedly a strong pharmaceutical that changes your brain chemistry. It also increases heart rate and blood pressure which may cause problems if used longer than the prescription states. Thus, the best way to ensure you are using Adipex safely is to do so under the supervision of a physician and follow the recommended doses and duration of treatment strictly.
While rare, some serious side effects can occur that may require immediate medical attention. These include severe allergic reaction suchs as difficulty breathing, swelling of the tongue and/or lips, or hives as well as extremely high blood pressure, abnormal heatbeat, hallucinations, or confusion. Lesser possible side effects include nervousness or anxiety, headaches, dizziness, insomnia, dry mouth, diarrhea, constipation, and changes in sex drive. You should contact your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms.
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