Monday, August 10, 2009
Usually doctors do not want to prescribe Phentermine to those who want to loose weight as because it is meant only for people who have an above average weight problem. To regular people doctors usually advise exercise and healthy food, something which people prefer not to do, because of its slow progress and often end up persuading doctors to prescribe them weight pills. The doctor usually refuses because knowing that this is only for a short term weight loss and it does not much help for people who want it for the long term. Mildly obese people do not prefer listening to their doctor’s advice and wish to take the shortcut route of using pills, which in the strict sense is mean only for those who have severe weight problems associated with disease. Phentermine has been most popular and affective. Phentermine is a weight loss drug that has been around for the past 50 years. It has proved to be quite successful for short term weight loss and has mild side affects. How it works is by suppressing the appetite by targeting the central brain mechanism. In modern terms we call phentermine to be an appetite suppressant, something that controls a person from feeling hungry and gives the feeling of being full.