Phentermine Trenker

Phentermine Trenker

In 1959, Phentermine was approved by the FDA (the Food & Drug Administration in the US) as a prescription based appetite suppressant. Afterwards, this product was promoted across the world under various brand names. Phentermine Trenker was one of these brand names. Other brand names include: Phentremene, Umine, Adipex , Obermine, Supremin, Ionamin, etc.

Phentermine Trenker is a psycho-stimulant of the phenethylamine and amphetamine category. It is used over the short-term for treating overweight patients who have health risks, so they can slim down. It functions by activating the central nervous system to increase attention and wakefulness, decrease tiredness, and lower appetite. For weight reduction, this drug should be taken alongside an exercise and low calorie diet plan. This medication comes in capsules, resin capsule form and tablets.

Phentermine Trenker operates by triggering the brain’s hypothalamus to relay a signal to quell hunger, lower appetite and the desire for food. Also, it activates the release of epinephrine, which is a neurotransmitter hormone that helps fat cells to process stored body fat. Most patients can lose two to five pounds each month, on average, using this drug.

The FDA in the US advises that Phentermine Trenker should only be taken for up to twelve weeks, along with a healthy diet and physical activity. The dosage for this drug varies amongst prescriptions. Strictly keep to the dosage instructions as recommended by your GP. Pay no attention to any other information about dosage you may see elsewhere on the web. Otherwise, your health might be at risk, because an incorrect dosage might produce side-effects.

Most commonly, the side-effects of Phentermine Trenker are clumsiness, irregular heart rate, insomnia, euphoria, nausea and psychosis. Unpleasant effects, such as seizures, hallucinations, shortness of breath, and aggressiveness (with the desire to attack) are not so common. Severe side-effects, such as an abnormal blood pressure increase, tremor, palpitation and passing out have been reported. Withdrawal symptoms, such as trembling, irritability, depression, personality change and restlessness are also sometimes experienced.

You should not Take Phentermine Trenker if the Following Applies to you:

  • You have a history of substance abuse
  • You are presently taking non prescription or prescription dietary medications or supplements
  • You suffer from hypertension, heart disease, over active thyroid, coronary artery disease, or glaucoma
  • You are presently taking stimulant medication, like adrenaline (epinephrine), catecholamines, dopamine, or noradrenaline (norepinephrine), that imitates the sympathetic nervous system’s effect
  • You are allergic to the product ingredients, like lactose monohydrate, croscarmellose sodium, microcrystalline cellulose, blue sugar spheres or magnesium stearate

Breast feeding mothers and women who plan to become pregnant, or who are pregnant, should not use this drug either – to stop the medicine from getting passed onto the baby.

To buy Phentermine Trenker, consult your GP for a prescription. Then, go to your local chemist and present your prescription to them. Because there are several different brands, be sure to get the precise brand you were prescribed. If you are unable to get your prescription, you could consider an alternative  product that does not require a prescription.

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