Does anyone here have an experience or information about the weight loss drug Adipex? Does it have habit forming qualities, etc?
I have a friend who recommended it, but I don't want to go to the doctor until I know that it is safe to take for people with a history of addiction. My doctor knows about my addiction, but they are also the ones who gave me the Ambien saying it was safe.
i took it about 10 years ago and let me tell ya, that sh *t made me feel CRAZY! made my skin feel like it was crawling and my mind was wacked out. had to take xanax to calm down. NEVER AGAIN will i take a diet pill.
get on a diet, and some form of exercise. This is one of my expertise. Im a bodybuilder and i also train high lelvel clients, bodybuilders, fighters, althletes. If you want any help at all just drop me a note and i can give you some ideas how to eat right and sensible and avoid drugs for it.
Definitely avoid diet pills all together. The only way to permanant weight loss is a lifestyle change.
I lost my last 15lbs after my 2nd child was born, by just cutting all my portions in 1/2. I now eat whatever (and I mean WHATEVER) I want....just small amounts, and OFTEN. It puts your metabolism in high gear, all day long. I'm back to a size 0 and haven't had an issue with weight in forever.......Eating small meals, often...that is the "secret".
small meals keep blood sugar stable and appetite in check all day. I always make peopel eat anywhere from 5-10 meals a day all broken into right portions and foods for each individual. Thats excellent advice
my doctor has prescribed Adipex for me in the past to lose weight. It worked great, I lost 50 pounds but I broke the pills in half or quarters because a full pill just made me too nervous. If you are a nervous type person, it might drive you crazy. It is good for reducing your appetite and gives you motivation so if you get them, I would suggest just taking half a pill to see how you react. My doctor said he is only allowed to give 4 scripts a year so breaking them in half makes them last longer. I never found them addicting except they do give you energy so when you quit, you do miss that. Just my experience with them
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