Statistics show that the number of people who are suffering from obesity and weight problems is growing. Sometimes, modern life makes it hard to get rid of the weight you want to, despite your best efforts. That’s where appetite suppressants come into play. You may find that appetite suppressants are just the thing needed to kick-start your weight loss and help you start reaching your goals. Appetite suppressants are currently the most used drug for weight loss. And when taken correctly and combined with the right lifestyle changes, can produce dramatic results.
Appetite suppressants promote weight loss by making the body believe it is full. They quite literally block out hunger sensations by increasing two chemicals in the body – serotonin, and catecholamine. These two brain chemicals affect mood and appetite. Most people find it very difficult to eat less when they are hungry, and appetite suppressants help in overcoming that emotional barrier. Taking the right appetite suppressant for your needs while consuming fewer calories usually leads to immediate success.
Not all appetite suppressants are the same appetite suppressants.
Appetite Suppressant Options
It’s is always a good idea to know that there are options when it comes to appetite suppressants. Not all of them are effective or safe for consumption which is why it is essential to consult with a medical weight loss physician when considering appetite suppressants. Phentermine (Adipex), Phendimetrazine (Bontril), Benzphetamine (Didrex), Diethylproprion (Tenuate) and Phentermine/Topiramate (Qsymia) are all appetite suppressants used for weight loss. They are in the Sympathomimetic family of appetite suppressants and are most commonly prescribed for the short-term management of excess weight. When used in conjunction with diet, exercise, and behavior therapy, phentermine and phendimetrazine may help you to lose weight while you are learning new ways to eat and to exercise. Phentermine is a long-acting appetite suppressant (lasts all day) and Diethylproprion and Phendimetrazine are made both as a short and long-acting appetite suppressant (lasts a half day to a full day). Benzphetamine last 6-10 hours.
Benefits of Using Appetite Suppressants include:
Research as shown that individuals using appetite suppressants could lose as much as 5 to 10 percent of their body weight.
All appetite suppressants used by transformyou are FDA-approved for weight loss.
Less of an emotional dependence on food.
Ability to mentally focus for longer without eating.
Oral Phentermine Hydrochloride (Adipex), Phendimetrazine (Bontril), Benzphetamine (Didrex), Diethylproprion (Tenuate) and Phentermine/Topiramate (Qsymia) are the best appetite suppressants on the market. We have seen great success using these appetite suppressants although there are circumstances where another option is more appropriate. All individualized options will be discussed at your free consult. Phentermine and Phendimetrazine are in the Sympathomimetic family of appetite suppressants and are used for the short-term management of excess weight. When used in conjunction with diet, exercise, and behavior therapy, phentermine and phendimetrazine may help you to lose weight while you are learning new ways to eat and to exercise. Phentermine and Phendimetrazine work by stimulating the hypothalamus gland and affecting certain neurotransmitters to decrease appetite. Phentermine (15, 30 or 37.5mg), Diethylproprion 75mg ER and Phendimetrazine 105 ER are long acting appetite suppressants (lasts all day) and Phendimetrazine 35mg along with Diethylproprion 25mg and Benzphetamine 50mg are short acting appetite suppressant (lasts a half day). Topiramate (used with phentermine) is normally used to treat migraines, epilepsy and mood/stress disorders. It’s use with phentermine helps to decrease hunger, cravings and increase weight loss.
Phentermine, Phendimetrazine, Benzphetamine, Diethylproprion and Qsymia should NOT be used as a substitute for proper diet or exercise. For maximum effects, they must be used in conjunction with a reduced-calorie diet and/or exercise. Any modifications in your diet, activity level, and behavior must be developed and continued long-term in order to continue losing weight and prevent the lost weight from returning.