Sibutramine – is anorexigenic medical products that increase the feeling of saturation of the body. Sibutramine is also an inhibitor of serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake of the main effect, has a great similarity in its composition with amphetamine. Sibutramine is used as a drug, which is used in conjunction with treatment, which is aimed at combating obesity.
Effects of Sibutramine
Sibutramine is used as an additional tool to diets, on which the number of calories absorbed decreases over time. When taking sibutramine, the number of thermogenesis in the brown fat layer increases very quickly, during this process the body temperature rises by one degree, this means that the process proceeds along the correct path.
Sibutramine, over time, stably and harmlessly lowers fat mass due to two main properties. The first is that sibutramine accelerates calorie consumption and speeds up the metabolism, and the second property is that sibutramine noticeably inhibits the feeling of hunger. When conducting research, it was found out that already with a single use of sibutramine at a dosage of ten milligrams, the improvement in metabolism increased by thirty percent and this effect did not decrease for 6 hours, and the calories consumed during the day decreased to one thousand three hundred kilocalories.
The side effects are: loss of appetite, constipation, dry mouth, nausea, insomnia, headaches, dizziness, anxiety, severe sweating, changes in taste, manifestation of tachycardia and increased pressure.
Usage of sibutramine
The initial dosage is ten milligrams one dose per day, twenty-eight days later, if the weight is not very pronounced, the dosage can be increased to fifteen milligrams. A further increase in dosage is not recommended. Dosages are the same for both male and female.