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About Reductil weight loss drug – the good and the

About Reductil weight loss drug – the good and the

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Different advantages and disadvantages of Reductil

Methodically affecting the control center for appetite in the brain, Reductil is the brand name for Sibutramine. Belonging to the family of amphetamines, this weight loss pill works towards suppressing the craving for food.

Reductil is a European prescription weight loss drug; the same drug is sold by the name of Meridia in the United States. Reductil is known to work effectively in obese patients who are in dire need of losing weight. The medication signals the brain, which in turn, tells the user that their stomach is full sooner than they normally would otherwise be. However, the efficacy of Reductil is dependent on being supported by a healthy diet and exercise regimen.

Reductil Tablets comes in three doses of 5mg, 10mg and 15mg. Intended to be taken for a year only, it is essential that the patient stop taking Reductil after this period. Although the weight loss achieved varies in individuals, traditionally users are known to lose about four pounds in the first month itself.

Apart from the active ingredient Sibutramine, Reductil Tablets consists of Colloidal anhydrous silica, Dimethicone, Gelatin, Indigo carmine (E132), Iron oxides and hydroxides (E172), Lactose monohydrate, Lecithin (E322), Magnesium stearate, Microcrystalline cellulose, Propylene glycol, Quinoline yellow (E104), Shellac glaze, Sibutramine hydrochloride, Sodium lauryl sulphate and Titanium dioxide (E171).

Like any other prescription weight loss medication, Reductil also comes with its share of pros and cons. It offers both benefits as well as potential side effects. Patients with high blood pressure, heart disease and kidney disease are more prone than most to suffer Reductil side effects. Reductil weight loss drug has the potential to increase blood pressure and heart rate in patients, leading to increased risk of side effects. People under the age of 16 are also advised not to take Reductil.

Certain advantages of Reductil include:

• Reductil is available in both Europe and the United States
• The medication is taken only once a day
• It reduces appetite and cravings which can ultimately lead to weight loss
• Helps with weight maintenance
• Lowers Cholesterol levels
• It increases the metabolism

Certain disadvantages of Reductil include:

• People can be affected by severe side effects when taking Reductil
• Patients under 16 must not take this medication
• There is no money back guarantee for Reductil
• In order to purchase Reductil, a doctor’s prescription is needed
• Reductil can cause Pulmonary Hypertension
• In order to take Reductil, the patient must be clinically obese
• It is not suitable for geriatric populations

Taking a prescription medication is often a last resort when it comes to losing weight and thankfully it should remain that way. Patients suffering from heart or kidney problems or patients who have a family history of heart or kidney disease must adhere to all the precautionary measures and also speak with their doctor about the potentially life threatening side effects that could occur with Reductil. The prescription can be used only for a year.

Clearly one of the most promising weight loss drugs on the market, Reductil has rigorously researched. All of the product claims as well as its side effects are well substantiated by the volume of research conducted on Reductil. Rooted in disciplined scientific study, it has been concluded that the primary ingredients in Reductil result in a healthy weight loss as compared to diet and exercise alone.

Potential customers must take note that claims made about Reductil are quite reasonable and not the least far-fetched. Simply put, Reductil Tablets are a safe, healthy way to promote significant weight loss when taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and physical exercise. Reductil promises to deliver healthy, reasonable, and significant weight loss benefits – all offered legally and lawfully through a medical practitioner. Your prescription for Reductil will actually leave you with very little to lose – other than weight.

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