Phentermine is an FDA-approved, clinically proven, doctor-trusted weight-loss medication and has made the longest history of all the diet-pills in the market today. It is considered as an appetite suppressant which reduces weight in obese patients which mainly works by helping to release certain chemicals in the brain that control appetite. Phentermine is generally prescribed for individuals who are at increased medical risk because of their extra weight.

Three forms of Phentermine are available: Tablets, Capsules and Resin capsules

How does Phentermine functions- Phentermine works by stimulating the hypothalamus gland (a portion of the brain) and affecting certain neurotransmitters to release chemical messengers like nor epinephrine that signals to decrease appetite. Phentermine works outside the brain. It releases epinephrine or adrenaline glands causing fat cells to break down stored fat in the body.

Description- Phentermine’s biological name is phentermine hydrochloride which is a white crystalline powder, very soluble in water and alcohol. Chemically, the product is phenyl-tertiary-butyl amine hydrochloride. The branding ink used on the gelatin capsules contains: Ethyl Alcohol, F D & C Blue 1 Aluminum Lake, and Isopropyl Alcohol, n-Butyl Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Pharmaceutical Shellac (modified) or Refined Shellac (Food Grade). Besides it also contains many inactive substances like F D & C Blue 1, Methylcellulose, Polyethylene Glycol, Starch, Titanium Dioxide, Sucrose and Invert Sugar.

Dosage- Generally, it is recommended by the Food and Drug Administration that phentermine should be used short-term which may be used up to 12 weeks. Consume phentermine once per day. One must take Phentermine before 3 PM everyday when stomach is not full. If you forget to take Phentermine one day during your obesity treatment, it can result many side-effects.

Side Effects- Like any other pill it has also some side-effects. Phentermine may cause insomnia, dry mouth, headache, constipation, higher heart rate, diarrhea, hallucination, and slight chance in your blood pressure. If you have any allergic condition, Phentermine may be very harmful. Sometimes you can’t even breathe after you take Phentermine.

Latest Phentermine Review considers Phentermine-d as the most effective and recommended alternative.

  1. Phentermine Not recommended for:
  2. People with a history of substance abuse, or emotional issues.
  3. People with heart disease or high blood pressure.
  4. People with an overactive thyroid, or a brain or spinal chord disorder.
  5. Women who are pregnant, planning on pregnancy, or breast feeding.
  6. People with known allergies to the ingredients.
  7. People with glaucoma.
  8. Children or young adolescents.

Tips and Advices- If you take phentermine to lose weight, make sure you combine it with regular exercise so that you can enhance your weight loss and gain some nice muscle tone. Always try to make healthy lifestyle along with the pills intake and talk to your doctor who can advise you the best way to reach a safe and satisfactory weight loss goal. Also remember to eat a healthy diet packed with fruits and vegetables when taking phentermine to make sure that you are getting the proper nutrition and begin working on healthy meal planning so that you can maintain your new look for years to come.

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