Obestin 30 is used, alongside a GP approved healthy lifestyle regimen, to assist you with losing weight. It is designed for those who have significant obesity problems, and who have been unable to slim down sufficiently using exercise and diet alone.
It functions by lessening your appetite, boosting the quantity of energy utilised by the body, or by working on particular areas of your brain. This drug suppresses the appetite, and is part of a family of medication referred to as sympathomimetic amines.
Consume Obestin 30 orally as instructed by your GP, normally once daily, sixty minutes prior to breakfast, or one to two hours following breakfast. If required, your GP might alter your dosage to a small dosage up to three times daily. Be sure to follow the instructions of your GP. Consuming this drug near to the end of the day might cause insomnia.
For the sustained release capsules, the dosage is normally consumed once daily prior to breakfast, or a minimum of ten to fourteen hours prior to bedtime. Swallow the capsule whole. Refrain from crushing or chewing sustained release capsules, because this might release the whole drug at once, which makes side-effects more likely.
For the tablets designed to dissolve in your mouth, the dosage is normally consumed once daily on a morning, either with food or without. Firstly, dry off your hands prior to handling the tablets. Put your dosage on the tip of your tongue until it has dissolved, then swallow it either with water, or without.
Your specific dosage will be based on your reaction to therapy and your medical condition. Your GP will alter the dosage to locate the optimum dosage for you. Take Obestin 30 regularly and precisely as advised to obtain the most advantages from it. Take the drug at the same time every day to help you remember. This drug is normally consumed for a few weeks. It ought not to be consumed with any other appetite suppressant. The potential for severe side-effects increases the longer this drug is used.
Obestin 30 might produce withdrawal symptoms, particularly if you have used it regularly for an extended period, or in a high dosage. In such a case, withdrawal reactions (like severe fatigue or depression) might appear if you suddenly cease taking the drug. To stop any withdrawal symptoms, your GP might gradually lower your dosage. Speak to your pharmacist or GP for further details, and inform them of any withdrawal symptoms straight away.
Infrequently, drug addiction can arise from taking this medication. Never increase your dosage, consume it more often, or take it for a longer period than advised. Correctly cease to take the drug when instructed.
Obestin 30 might stop being effective once you have been consuming it for several weeks. Speak with your GP if this drug stops working effectively. Never increase the dosage unless told to by your GP. Your GP might also instruct you to stop using this medication altogether.