Adipex - Most Popular Phentermine Diet Pill

Adipex is a form of the generic drug phentermine that comes in immediate-release tablets containing 37.5 mg of phentermine hydrochloride. Phentermine received its first approval from the FDA way back in 1959 as a weight loss aid and since that time has been used for suppressing the appetite and speeding the metabolism in order to help people to lose weight on the short-term. It is not designed for simply losing a few pounds but is instead meant to assist individuals who have been diagnosed with clinical obesity. Gate Pharmaceuticals started manufacturing generic phentermine in 1990 using the brand name Adipex-P. Ever since then, Adipex has grown to become the most popular phentermine diet pill and is a very common choice to assist patients who are overweight and who experience additional health issue risks such as high blood pressure and cholesterol, and diabetes.

Adipex is a form of stimulant that is among the amphetamines. It functions through the release of norepinephrine (a kind of brain neurotransmitter that is integral to several functions in the central nervous system) so that adrenaline will be released. Adrenaline’s release assists in blocking the breakdown of fat cells so that hunger is reduced. Furthermore, Adipex helps to boost energy levels, making it easier for people taking the drug to keep active and lose the weight more naturally.

Though there have only been short-term studies on Adipex, it is a drug only intended for short-term use. Furthermore, the manufacturer of the drug has taken the additional effort of performing many surveys with patients both currently using the drug and those who have finished using it. This research has determined that the medication is highly effective by assisting patients to lose weight more effectively, boost their energy levels, and manage their appetite and desire to eat. That being said, it is meant specifically for short term use and the building of proper diet and activity habits as the efficacy of the drug does decrease over time. Furthermore, the body builds up a tolerance to Adipex and it should therefore not be used for more than twelve weeks straight.

Before taking Adipex, it is important that you discuss the potential side effects with your doctor as they can include blurred vision, dry mouth, headaches, dizziness, and diarrhea. Though the majority of people tolerate Adipex very well, there have been occurrences of raised blood pressure and heightened heart rate. Be careful to use Adipex only as directed as misuse can lead to dependency and addiction.

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