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Weight Loss Pills - Are They Worth Taking?

Published on 9/18/2017
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Slimming down easily and fast can be interesting to many people. And this is what diet pills are said to do: allowing individuals to lose weight easily and fast. But what do people really know about diet pills? Diet pills started in the 1950s and sixties as amphetamine derivatives. Yet because the pills were addictive, doctors decided to stop prescribing the drugs for weight loss. But in the 1973, the meals and Drug Administration or FDA approved a new drug called Pondimin for weight reduction. It was later substituted by Redux in mil novecentos e noventa e seis. Some doctors also recommended phentermine with fenfluramine as a drug for shedding pounds and this is referenced to as a fen-phen. Phentermine was also along with dexfenfluramine.

Serotonin levels in the brain can be increased with this medication. Serotonin is associated with improved mood, appetite and satiety. With fen-phen, it has a double action, which tricks the brain into believing that the stomach is full and increased an individual's metabolic rate. Though a lot of men and women were able to lose weight with this medication, but in 1997, many users reported of heart valve disease. Thus, the drugs were again taken from the market and prescriptions were stopped. Nevertheless at present, there are new weight reducing pills being approved and developed or waiting for FDA approval.

Diet pills are available as over the counter-top or OTC drug. This drug generally is a blend of medications like phenylpropanolamine and caffeine, which acts to control appetite. These agents are central nervous system stimulant and possess many effects on the body. One of the effects of these two agents can cause a loss of appetite. Caffeine can also lead to increased alertness and reduced drowsiness and fatigue when taken in low doasage amounts. Additionally, it has some poor appetite suppressant properties. Yet is this type of drug effective or safe?

Weight loss pills can have a great impact on a homeowner's blood pressure, metabolism and general health. It is not a simple option for easy or fast weight loss. Although these drugs can assist individuals lose weight nevertheless they can also have side effects. The first is that it can create drug dependency and can interfere with other medications. There are also researches that show phenylpropanolamine has only minimal impact on the brain to depress appetite. And it actually produces more serious side effects like high blood pressure, nausea, uneasyness, anxiety, insomnia, irritability and hallucinations. The other energetic agent of pills for losing weight, caffeine, also has serious effects to the circulatory function of the body. It also has unpredictable effect on blood pressure.

These drugs are especially created for weight problems control. Thus for folks that are obese, the good thing about the pill to help them lose weight can surpass the side effects that it can cause. Weight reduction pills are recommended for short-term diet for individuals who have severe overweight problems.

This type of drug is merely effective when it is part of the comprehensive weight management program of diet, exercise and weight loss support. It is merely effective when a person is eating a healthy diet and is regular exercising.

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