Reductil Sibutramine How Does It Work

Reductil Sibutramine diet drugReductil is another commonly prescribed diet pill or diet drug – it is the brand name for the active ingredient Sibutramine.

Like most other prescription only diet pills, Reductil has been proven to be effective to tackle obesity but can also cause a few problems of its own.

Prescription only diet pills are not available to purchase either in the high street or from independent websites. Diet pills such as Reductil are very much chemical compounds (drugs) and so have to adhere to governmental legislation.

The most likely prescribed diet drug is Xenical. Read about Xenical

How Does Reductil Work

During the consumption of food our brain releases two chemicals; noradrenaline and serotonin. When these two naturally produced chemicals reach the required level we feel full and the need or want for food ceases.

After time our noradrenaline and serotonin levels normalise and reach a lower level where we feel like eating again – Reductil can stop the levels of these two chemicals reaching a lower point thus lengthening the time between the want or need for food.

In other words the active ingredient (Sibutramine) suppresses appetite and greatly reduces your daily calorie consumption.

Does Reductil Cause Side Effects

Although Sibutramine has been approved by the FDA (Food and Drugs Administration) as an anti obesity treatment there are several side effects that could result.

Common side effects include: nausea, upset stomach, dry mouth, increased heart rate, dizziness, headache, increased blood pressure, depression, and joint and muscle pain.

If you do experience any of the side effects detailed, cease taking and report any serious side effects to your doctor immediately.

How To Obtain Reductil

As mention previously all diet pills that are prescription only (or should be prescription only) can only be obtained via GP consultation.

Your GP or doctor may or may not prescribe – it will be largely dependent on your current BMI (Body Mass Index) and your GP’s stance of diet pill. Some GP’s prescribe and are in favour, others are not.

Natural Alternatives To Reductil

In April 2011 the MHRH (Medicine & Health Regulatory Authority) to comply with EU regulations has ruled that diet pills can only be supplied to a british consumer base if the product meets certain criteria. While hundreds of competing brands have and are disappearing Proactol Plus remains.

Proactol Plus is Legal, Effective  and Available without prescription

More about Proactol Plus