Phentermine (aka Adipex or Fastin) Appetite Suppressant
What is the appetite suppressant Phentermine?
Phentermine is an Anorectic that is the most commonly prescribed appetite suppressant. Phentermine works similarly to the stimulant amphetamine and suppresses the appetite by interacting with the nervous system. Phentermine is usually part of a larger medical weight loss plan that also includes a change in diet and increase in exercise.
What are some potential side effects of Phentermine?
Phentermine as an appetite suppressant is safe to take if you have a medical professional prescribing you doses. However, Phentermine does have some possible side effects. If you feel any of these serious side effects, please contact a doctor or Medarts Weight Loss Specialists.
Serious Possible Side Effects of Phentermine that will require medical assistance
- Chest Pain
- Shortness of Breath
- Swelling in the extremities
- High Blood Pressure
- Irrational and unusual thoughts and behavior
The serious side effects only occur in rare cases. However, there are some more common mild side effects of Phentermine that should not cause any concern.
Common side effects of phentermine that should not cause any concern
- A Feeling of hyperactivity or restlessness
- Dizziness or persistent headaches
- Issues sleeping and insomnia
- Constant dry mouth
When should I take Phentermine?
Phentermine is considered to be long acting, therefore it is taken in the early morning and should offer appetite suppression for the entire day and should wear off towards bed time. Make sure to follow Medarts Weight Loss Specialists custom tailored weight loss plan for best results.