Prescription diet pills are often the “next” step for people desperate to lose weight. Needless to state, you need to consult a doctor before using these drugs—unlike supplements, they’re not available over-the-counter.
All diet pills have pros and cons (the cons usually come in the form of side effects) and you should make your best effort to become fully informed before obtaining a subscription.
Adipex Side Effects
The potential side effects of Adipex diet pills are significant, and can include… Tachycardia (erratic heart beat) Elevation of blood pressure Restlessness Dizziness and tremors Insomnia Euphoria Headache Psychotic episodes (occur rarely at recommended doses). Therefore,...read more
Adipex Diet Pills Review
Adipex diet pills, available as blue and clear capsules containing 30 mg of phentermine HCl, are one of the first drugs to be approved for obesity back in the 1950’s. This weight loss drug belongs to the class of noradrenergic stimulants that control hunger and are...read more
Accomplia Diet Pill Review
Note: Accomplia (Rimonabant) has been withdrawn from the market. A diet pill known as Accomplia (Rimonabant) is causing a buzz among dieters in all parts of the world. Originally developed to help people stop smoking, Accomplia also appears to suppress appetite by blocking...read more
Axokine Diet Pill Review
Here’s what you need to know about Axokine… With an increase incidence of abnormal weight gain and associated metabolic disorders (i.e., type II diabetes and cardiovascular diseases), the need for newer therapeutic strategies to stem this epidemic continues to grow....read more
Bontril Side Effects
The side effects of Bontril are produced by two mechanisms. One set of side effects are a result of its stimulatory action on the sympathetic nervous system. These include restlessness, sleeplessness, tremors, headaches, dizziness, blurring of vision. This may result in...read more
Bontril Diet Pills Review
Bontril diet pills belong to a class of weight loss drugs called appetite suppressants. Bontril diet pills are marketed as white bitter tablets or as capsules. The capsule form of Bontril has an extended release action — it resists rapid dissolution in the gut and...read more