Adipex is a prescription diet pill that used short term to assist weight loss by suppressing appetite. Adipex is taken once a day, usually in the early morning, so that it does not cause insomnia at night. For Adipex work, should a diet and exercise discussed with a physician. This diet pill is not for everyone, and people with heart problems should not take Adipex. Adipex is similar to amphetamines, which can lead to addiction and should not be taken more than two months.
Adipex suppresses appetite and sometimes you do not feel like eating. Now is the time to change your eating habits since there is a lack of appetite. Cut into smaller portions of food. Eat four small meals a day, even if you do not have an appetite. Examples of small meals are as follows: Breakfast should consist of a cup of whole grain cereal with skim milk, half banana, and a cup of decaffeinated coffee or juice. For lunch, fix a salad with tomatoes, cucumbers and grilled chicken strips. Add lemon juice or two tablespoons of fat-free dressing. Top your lunch, eat a low-fat yogurt and be sure to drink water. An example of the dinner would be four grams of lean meats like chicken or beef, a cup of raw or streamed vegetables, a wheat roll and decaffeinated unsweetened tea or water. In between breakfast and lunch snack on fruit, such as an apple or orange. In the lunch and dinner snack can consist of four apple wedges topped with reduced fat peanut butter or half of a whole wheat bagel with low fat cream cheese. Always make meals and snacks are low fat and low calorie. Watch your caffeine intake while Adipex and be sure to drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water daily.
Adipex is a stimulant and thus increases your energy. You will feel the need to stand up and get started. During this energy burst, training. Join a gym or go for daily walks. Exercise five days a week for an hour each time, and be sure to get your heart rate up, so you break a sweat. Exercising burns calories and will reduce energy felt by taking Adipex.
Adipex is prescribed by a physician and should be taken under the care of a doctor. Monthly controls are necessary to control your weight, discuss any side effects and check your blood pressure, as Adipex may increase blood pressure. Moreover, new goals set for maximum weight loss. Consult your doctor if you experience a rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing or chest pain.