Phentermine is similar to an amphetamine, a stimulant. It affects the central nervous system thus suppresses the appetite. People who are the risks of high blood pressure, diabetes and cholesterol are recommended to take phentermine with proper diet and exercise. Phentermine is available in the two common names such as Adipex-P and Suprenza. The drugs have effects on neurotransmitters and functions of the body that originate in the brain. Phentermine is classified under Group IV drug due to its potential side effects.
Do not take phentermine in the following cases:
Though a person is overweight, taking phentermine during pregnancy will definitely harm the unborn baby. You are strictly advised not to use phentermine in the pregnancy time, nursing period. If the user has used Furoxone, Nardil, Eldepryl, Emsam, and Zelapar (MAO inhibitor are generally prescribed for anxiety and depression) in the last fourteen days, he/she is not supposed to go for phentermine which could lead to serious ill effects.
Combining phentermine with Phen-Fen, Redux may lead to pulmonary hypertension. Drinking alcohol during this drug cycle increases potential side effects. Without a physician’s advice, the user should not take phentermine. The user should not share phentermine with other persons who have a history of drug addiction or abuse. To avoid unpleasant withdrawal symptoms, do not stop the drug suddenly. You may discuss with a doctor as for how to avoid the withdrawal symptoms when you decide to stop phentermine. Generally, persons’, who have a BMI more than 30, will be prescribed with Phentermine hydrochloride-Topiramate and this combination is commonly known as Qsymia, a typical drug is advised for the chronic obese patients. This drug is only prescribed for the obese people who have body mass index greater 30.
Some of the common side effects of phentermine are jitteriness, headaches, insomnia and dizziness. Some people may also experience high blood pressure, tachycardia and increased heart rate. Some of the additional side effects associated with phentermine hydrochloride 37.5 mg include diarrhea, constipation, unpleasant taste, a dry mouth and changed perception in taste and smell.
When Phentermine hydrochloride is overdosed, users experienced the side effects as increased anxiety, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, increased blood pressure, hallucination, and restlessness with tremors.
Phentermine Hydrochloride Dosage and Administration
Generally, the users should curb over-eating and taking phentermine along with proper diet and exercise are helping to reduce weight eventually.
It is advised to take phentermine hydrochloride 37.5 mg capsule 1-2 hours before or after breakfast. Try to take the pill in the morning to avoid insomnia at nights. The usual dosage of phentermine is 15-30 mg once a day, Phentermine hydrochloride is 8 mg three times a day or 15-37.5 mg daily once in the morning. Phentermine is not recommended for the patients who are under 16 years old.
Benefits of Phentermine
Those who struggle with long-term obesity can reduce weight with the drug. It increases the energy, so that during an exercise program, you may feel the fastened metabolism rate. Once the weight starts to drop down, the other health issues such as sleep issues, joint pains will vanish. It is better to discuss with a doctor and get a prescription before ordering Phentermine hydrochloride-Topiramate through online.