Phendimetrazine works on the central nervous system to produce an increase in blood pressure and heart rate and the user’s appetite is suppressed. This drug should only be used for a short period of time due to the risk of dependency and because the drug will cease to be effective after continued use.
The Risks Involved in Using Phendimetrazine
Phendimetrazine may mask the feeling of tiredness. Because of this users are advised not to drive or operate heavy machinery, as this may result in an accident. Hazardous activities that require your full concentration should also be avoided.
There is a risk of psychological and physical dependency when using Phendimetrazine and users may find themselves wanting to continue using Phendimetrazine after the recommended duration or increasing the given dosage to try to get the same effects. In addition, when discontinuing Phendimetrazine after prolonged use, users are highly likely to experience withdrawal symptoms including:
• Overwhelming Tiredness
• Changes in mood including depression.
Because of this issue, Phendimetrazine is extremely unsuitable for anyone who has or has ever experienced a drug or alcohol addiction.
Side effects are a major issue with Phendimetrazine and users have reported an extensive list of ailments and conditions:
• Anxiety and mood swings
• Restlessness and trouble sleeping
• Dry and unpleasant taste in the mouth
• Headaches and dizziness
• Diarrhoea accompanied by severe stomach pain
• Changes in libido and impotence
• Allergic reaction resulting in hives and even potentially fatal anaphylactic shock when the throat and lips swell and prevent breathing.
• Terrifying hallucinations and delusions.
• Irregular heartbeat
• Dangerously high blood pressure
• Mental confusion
With such a vast array of damaging side effects that can not only be physically harmful, but that can also affect your mental capabilities and personality, considering this drug for weight loss seems very risky indeed.
Potential users must assess the risk of these side effects along with the risk of becoming dependant and the potential inability to do routine things such as driving, sleeping and working.
For people that feel there is no other option than to use Phendimetrazine, such as the morbidly obese who through their weight may already be at risk of serious illness, doctor’s advice and instructions should be carefully understood and carried out.
In many cases an alternative to Phendimetrazine would be preferable such as a weight loss supplement with less or no side effects, a low calorie diet and regular exercise regime.