Last updated on December 20th, 2017 at 10:39 am
Teramine, also known by its generic name Phentermine, serves as an innovative weight loss medication. The treatment provides a complex action, being a potent suppressant, stimulant and booster. Teramine influences the central nervous system producing the appetite-suppressant effect.
Besides, it also works as a stimulant, like an antihistamine that increases the fat burning function due to the increased level of energy consumed by the body.
Besides, Phentermine affects the central brain parts that are responsible for appetite, balancing them and controlling hunger.
Teramine is usually prescribed for obese people with related health conditions, such as high cholesterol level, diabetes, high blood pressure, etc.
Furthermore, the medication is only one part of the full treatment course that is also combined with constant low-calorie diet and regular exercising.
Additionally, the medicine can be used in cases not mentioned in the information leaflet, though only following the doctor’s prescription and under his/her supervision.
How to Use Teramine
Before starting the treatment course, read the information about the medication carefully to avoid possible mistakes and their severe consequences. See your doctor and consult him/her about the future medicine intake.
Inform him/her about all the health conditions, with a special attention paid to a thyroid disorder, kidney disease, heart problems, uncontrollable high blood pressure, diabetes, etc.
Do not take the medication if you are allergic to Phentermine or any other component. Avoid the drug if you have experienced serious heart diseases (like heart rhythm issues, stroke, heart failure, coronary artery disease and others), glaucoma, severely high blood pressure and pulmonary hypertension.
Do not take Teramine if you are pregnant or breastfeeding to avoid possible harm to your child.
Follow the doctor’s prescription taking the medicine. Do not increase or decrease the prescribed dosage, strength and intake periodicity. Let your healthcare specialist know about all the complications and abnormalities.
Once you have missed a dose, take it as soon as possible, though skip it if the next one is soon to come. Never double the dose, as it can lead to overdose with all its consequences.
Possible Side Effects
Seek emergency medical aid once you have noticed any symptoms of overuse or misuse of the drug. Call your doctor if you have allergic reactions produced by Teramine or suffer from difficulty breathing, swelling, convulsions, uneven heartbeat, insomnia, stomach pains, vomiting, nausea and other complications.