Diet pills promise a dream come true to overweight people longing to lose weight fast . They can be found in any drug store, grocery store, health food store and all over the internet, but are any diet pills safe?
This is the question that haunts millions people seeking to lose weight for a healthier and happier life. The answer to this question is not so simple, unfortunately.
Before you start taking diet pills, you should consider taking them with you to your doctor, so that he or she can evaluate what ingredients are in them. They may see something that would interact with the medications you're currently taking. My doctor prescribed apidexin.
Drink plenty of water while taking these pills. They may cause dehydration, since they have been known to act as a diuretic. Keep re-hydrating yourself as often as possible so that your body doesn't lose the necessary minerals and nutrients it needs to function.
Diet pills are only meant act as appetite suppressants. Don't assume that you'll lose weight just by taking them and doing nothing else. You'll still need to eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly in order to lose those extra pounds.
Don't take diet pills for more than three months in a row. It has been reported that the phenylpropanolamine found in most diet drugs is safe to our health for up to three months. If you choose to take them, make sure you do so while under the care of a physician.