Seizures or epilepsy

Modern medicine shares concepts “seizures” and “epilepsy”. There are two main types of seizures: epileptic or non-epileptic that are often also called psychogenic. Epilepsy is a neurological disease in which brain activity is significantly increased. Epilepsy can be caused by trauma, infectious diseases or age-related changes in the brain function.

Alcohol dependence

Numerous studies have shown that the vast majority of people consider alcohol to be the best way of relaxing. A recent survey has showed that more than 50% of the Americans prefer to relax drinking beer or wine at the end of the day.

Pulmonary Hypertension

Pulmonary arterial hypertension is one of the rarest side effects of Phentermine. Increased blood pressure in the lungs can be caused by prolonged use of Phentermine in large doses. Phentermine course should be suspended or completely canceled when occurring such symptoms of pulmonary arterial hypertension as: angina pectoris swelling of lower limbs sudden loss of…

Tolerance to Anorexigenic Effect

Formation and ways to overcome tolerance to anorexigenic effect of Phentermine There is a high risk of developing tolerance to anorexigenic effect in long-term use of Phentermine tablets. Tolerance is a state of the body in which therapeutic effect of Phentermine decreases. In other words, the patient ceases to lose weight using this anorectic. Formation…

Carbohydrate-free diet

Carbohydrate-free diet, despite the fact that its name contains a restriction, is one of the most comfortable meal plans that help lose weight. Carbohydrates are not 100% excluded from the menu. Their amount is simply reduced to a minimum.