It’s recommended that you take phentermine weight loss tablets while also keeping a low calorie diet and exercising regularly. Typically one phentermine pill is enough to suppress your appetite. Phentermine weight loss tablets are best taken in the morning before eating breakfast. Take your pill about half an hour before your breakfast for the best results. You can also take them around one or two hours after breakfast.
When you get started on phentermine anti-obesity treatments the recommended dose is 30mg. If you still hungry after taking a 30mg tablets then you can increase your daily dose to 40mg. You can also cut your 30mg tablet in half and have it twice in the same day.
If you’re hungry in the afternoon even though you took a phentermine tablet in the morning then cutting your pill in half is a good idea. To get the most out of the anorexigenic effect it’s recommended that you take 15mg of phentermine in the morning and the other 15mg in the afternoon.
You should take the second tablet around 6-8 hours before bedtime and not after this. Phentermine can lead to sleeplessness and restlessness. Most people find that taking one tablet of phentermine before breakfast is enough to control their appetite for the whole day. As a result most people feel full after even a small meal.
If you take phentermine and feel irritation and pain in your gastric mucosa when taking it on an empty stomach then you can take the pill after a meal instead. If you take phentermine one or two hours after your breakfast then you reduce your appetite and also reduce the chances of getting stomach ache or some other form of stomach irritation.
Sometimes the discomfort in your stomach can be caused by a particular ingredient in phentermine. One of the main active ingredients of phentermine is phentermine hydrochloride and excipients including magnesium stearate, lactose (anhydrous), pregelatinized starch, sucrose, microcrystalline cellulose, FD and C blue ?1.
Some obese patients may feel some stomach discomfort when they take phentermine one or two hours after food. It’s recommended that these patients drink a decoction of flaxseed before taking phentermine.
Another way to reduce the stomach irritation that phentermine can cause is to take other drugs that reduce the secretion of stomach acid.
These are drugs like Omeprazole, Pantoprazole, and Lansoprazole. Before you take these drugs though you should consult a nutritionist. A nutritionist can give you advance on which one is safest to take when on phentermine.
Phentermine entered the American market in 1959, when it was known as lonamin. Nowadays phentermine is available under many different names around the world.
Phentermine is generally sold under one of the following names in the United States: Adipex, Phentermine hydrochloride, Suprenza, Qsymia. In Australia, tablets containing Phentermine are known as Duromine, Metermine and Phentermine Resin.
It is advisable to not taking Phentermine without doctor supervision since it may cause several negative effects. Give a consideration to phentermine alternatives that available without prescription. They are much safer for long term.