Phentermine

Customized Adipex/Phentermine Programs for Weight Loss

What is phentermine?

Oral Phentermine Hydrochloride (HCL) is a prescription appetite suppressant, which has been successfully and safely used for weight loss for over 30 years. You may recognize some of the brands it’s been sold under over the years, include Lomaira, Adipex (Adipex-P), Fastin, Wilpo, and Suprenza. It is in the Sympathomimetic family of appetite suppressants (used for the short-term management of exogenous obesity.) When used in conjunction with diet, exercise, and behavior therapy, Phentermine may help you to lose weight more quickly.

How Does Phentermine Work?

Phentermine works by stimulating the hypothalamus gland, (the region of the brain that controls the autonomic nervous system, regulating sleep cycles, body temperature, appetite, etc.) and affecting certain neurotransmitters to decrease the appetite. Phentermine should NOT be used as a substitute for proper diet or exercise. For maximum effects, it must be used in conjunction with a well-balanced diet, exercise and can also be combined with ReLive’s other weight loss programs. Healthy modifications to your diet and activity levels must be developed and continued long-term in order to continue losing weight and/or prevent the lost weight from returning.

Why Do People Use Phentermine for Weight Loss?

With such a long history of safety and success, Phentermine has become a powerful tool in many doctor’s and coach’s weight loss arsenals. Phentermine can help you achieve your desired results faster, while still being safe. Seeing results early on in a program helps inspire and motivate you to continue, as well as helps you power through potential roadblocks with less trouble. We will work with you to ensure that you use Phentermine in a safe and appropriate manner, which includes making sure that your transition into and out of the weight loss program is done in a healthy, sustainable way.

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