Bontril Appetite Suppressant for weight loss
Help making losing weight that much easier with Bontril appetite suppressant. Bontril is a popular anorectic that can make dieting something that is easier to stomach.
What is the appetite suppressant Bontril?
Bontril is an anorectic that works as an appetite suppressant. Bontril stimulates your central nervous system, resulting in an increase in blood pressure and heart rate. This increase leads to a decrease in appetite and hunger pangs. Bontril is a great short term supplement that, when combined with changes in diet and exercise, will lead to weight loss.
WHAT ARE SOME POTENTIAL SIDE EFFECTS OF the anorectic Bontril?
Bontril has the least potential for side effects and is the gentlest on the cardiovascular system of all anorectics and appetite suppressants. However, that does not mean taking Bontril is without any side effects, both mild and possibly serious. First are the list of serious side effects. If you feel any of these symptoms while taking Bontril, immediately seek medical attention from a weight loss specialists at Medarts or your doctor.
SERIOUS POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS OF Bontril Appetite Suppressant THAT WILL REQUIRE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
- Shortness of breath from only minor exertion
- Swelling in the ankles and/or feet
- Feeling of extreme emotions
- Dangerously elevated blood pressure
- Blurred Vision
- Pounding heartbeats and fluttering of the heart
It is very rare for these side effects to show while taking Bontril, but it is important to be aware of these symptoms to avoid any further complications. With that in mind, here are some of the less serious side effects of Bontril that should not raise any concern.
COMMON SIDE EFFECTS OF Bontril THAT SHOULD NOT CAUSE ANY CONCERN
- Flushing of the skin and face
- Cotton mouth, aka mouth dryness
- Mild cases of Insomnia
- Tremors and headaches
- Increased or decreased interest in sex or impotence
When should I take Bontril Appetite Suppressant?
The appetite suppressant Bontril is available in either slow release form or immediate release. If you take a slow release tablet, it should be taken 30 minutes to an hour before a meal. If you take the immediate release tablet, take 2 to 3 times daily 1 hour before meals. Your Medarts Weight Loss Specialist will make sure you understand when to take Bontril and your doses. Please adhere to the Medical Weight Loss Specialists advice.
Contact Medarts Weight Loss Specialists for Bontril Appetite Suppressant
Medarts Weight Loss Specialists in San Diego have medical weight loss specialists who have years of training to help you lose weight. If you struggle with your weight and are looking for a better way to lose weight fast, contact us today. We will consult with you and decide what the best medical weight loss plan is for you. To learn more, give us a call at (619) 866-3333.