Mysimba is one of the few combined anti-obesity drugs. The uniqueness of these slimming pills is that they contain two active substances:
The first active substance is an opioid antagonist; the second is an antidepressant of the aminoketone class. These active substances are not used separately to treat overweight or obesity. When Naltrexone and Bupropion are taken together, they:
- affect the two parts of the brain involved in energy control and food intake;
- reduce cravings for food and provide a stable and long-term weight loss;
- minimize the impact on a part of the brain that controls pleasure associated with consuming sweet, caloric and other foods.
Mysimba are available in sustained-release tablets. After swallowing them, they provide a gradual release of the active substances within several hours.
Each diet pill contains 8 mg of Naltrexone HCL and 90 mg of Bupropion HCL. At the beginning of overweight or obesity treatment, one slimming pill should be used together with breakfast. The daily dose should be increased up to two pills twice daily (in the morning and in the evening) for a month of treatment.Mysimba is prescription weight loss pills. Before starting the treatment, consult your doctor and make sure that this drug, as well as its active ingredients are not contraindicated to you.
Do not take appetite-reducing agent Mysimba in combination with any other drugs, especially those containing:
- Naltrexone (Adepend, Vivitrol, Nalorex, Relistor, Revia.)
- Bupropion (Aplenzin, Elontril, Forfivo, Zyban, Magerion, Quomem, Wellbutrin).
Before to buy Mysimba, consult your doctor or pharmacist and find out about side effects. Adverse reactions can be the result of impact of Naltrexone, Bupropion or both active ingredients.