Phentermine Diet Pill
Phentermine diet pills are a popular appetite suppressant typically recommended for people with a body mass index (BMI) of 28 or more. The Phentermine diet pill is intended only for patients with major weight problems that put them at increased medical risk. Phentermine diet pills were approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) in 1959 and are available in most countries, including the United States. Phentermine diet pills are not meant as a cure for obesity. However, when combined with proper diet, exercise, and behavior modification, phentermine facilitates weight loss through a decrease in appetite. By stimulating your nervous system, phentermine increases your heart rate and blood pressure thereby decreasing your appetite.
The Federal Drug Administration generally recommends that the Phentermine diet pill be used only in the short-term – up to 12 weeks. However, there is no evidence that Phentermine diet pills lose their effectiveness with extended use. For maximum benefit, phentermine should be taken before breakfast with a full glass of water. The pills should be taken whole and should not be ground up, masticated, or opened up. Phentermine should not be taken by children under 16 years of age.
Although the Phentermine diet pill is considered safe for most patients, some patients may experience side effects. These side effects may include, but are not limited to, insomnia, increased blood pressure, irritability, nervousness, and increased heart rate. Side effects may disappear once your body becomes accustomed to phentermine. If side effects persist, it is recommended that you consult with your physician. Some medical conditions may also preclude patients from using the Phentermine diet pill. These conditions include, but are not limited to, pregnancy, breast-feeding, allergies to foods, medicines, or other substances, high blood pressure, diabetes, or high cholesterol. Therefore, patients with preexisting medical conditions and patients taking any prescription or nonprescription medicines should consult with their physician before using phentermine
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