Phentermine, how it works
How Phentermine Works
How does Phentermine work? It goes straight to the source of the problem within the brain that regulates hunger and what the body does when it thinks that it needs more food. This drug goes to the hypothalamus part of the brain to tell it to stop sending out hunger signals. Essentially, it releases nor-epinephrine, a neurotransmitter that will tell the brain food is not needed by triggering what is known as the ‘flight or fight’ response. Many times, those who are obese are getting hunger signals for reasons other than a real need for food. This allows a dieter to have more control over what they eat and it may also encourage them to more forward with other aspects of weight loss like exercise and better food choices over all.
How Phentermine works can also be answered by explaining that this drug triggers the release of small amounts of adrenaline and epinephrine in the brain. When this happens, the body can begin to breakdown stored fat reserves and may trigger small surges in metabolism. Those things can help, but are not the reason that people rely on Phentermine when they want help controlling hunger so they can lose weight.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How overweight do I have to be in order to be on the Appetite Suppressant Diet?
- Does the price include the appetite suppressant?
- What if I am currently taking medications for health issues I have? Can I still take the appetite suppressant?
- Is the appetite suppressant safe to use?
How overweight do I have to be in order to be on the Appetite Suppressant Diet?
Does the price include the appetite suppressant?
What if I am currently taking medications for health issues I have? Can I still take the appetite suppressant?
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- Cardiovascular disease (heart disease)
- Uncontrolled moderate to severe hypertension (a blood pressure that is not well controlled)
- Nursing mothers