acxion fentermina 30 mg
How to take Acxion Fentermina 30 mg?
Prolonged-release capsules should be taken 1 time/24 h., in the morning, before a meal. It is allowed to take the medicine 10-14 hours before going to bed.
The drug should be swallowed whole, crushing and breaking it is not necessary. Otherwise, the release of the substance will occur rapidly, and this is fraught with the appearance of side effects.
Take soluble tablets 1 time/24 hours, in the morning, regardless of breakfast. The dry tablet Acxion Fentermina should be placed on the tongue and waited for it to dissolve. You may then drink it with some water.
The dosage (as well as the duration of therapy) depends on the response to the treatment as well as the health condition. This should be discussed with your doctor.
For maximum benefit, you should take the drug regularly and strictly according to the instructions. It is advisable to take Acxion pills (Mexico) at the same time.
Most patients complain about increased palpitations. For some, it appears in the first half of the day, and for some in the second half. Heart palpitations are often accompanied by increased blood pressure, sweating, weakness, and general malaise. Some patients may have ischemic phenomena – rapid fatigue, lethargy, weakness, and dizziness. Occasionally, there is a sensation of short-term shortness of breath. There is heaviness and burning in the chest. The person may feel nauseous, and in rare cases, vomiting may occur. Uncomfortable sensations in the chest may occur during physical exertion.
Sometimes, unwanted central nervous system reactions may occur. A person may complain of intense anxiety and restlessness (usually gratuitous), which occurs both in the morning and in the afternoon. It manifests itself as fear and a feeling of hopelessness. Dizziness is present, accompanied by tinnitus, tremors of the upper and lower extremities, and flickering “dark flies” before the eyes.
Patients (typically women) develop insomnia. It is characterized by difficulty falling asleep and frequent awakenings at night. Often patients wake up because they have nightmares. In rare cases (if sleep is shallow and very uneven), sleep paralysis attacks occur. The person sees, hears, or feels things that do not exist. Frightening hallucinations are accompanied by complete immobility, suffocation, palpitations, and panic terror.
People with the experience of taking drugs may feel euphoria (it feels like a powerful, sudden feeling of happiness), which is quickly replaced by dysphoria (a form of morbidly low mood. It is characterized by gloomy irritability and a feeling of aversion to others).
In severe cases, psychoses (in particular, delusions of persecution) develop – these conditions are dangerous both for the patients themselves and for others.
A fairly common side effect is dryness or an unpleasant taste in the mouth. Gastrointestinal system disorders are less common, such as diarrhea, constipation, abdominal discomfort, or flatulence.
Some people complain of an allergic reaction, which usually manifests as a small, itchy rash on the skin. The risk of a severe and acute allergic reaction (Quincke’s edema) is only for those who have a history of it.
All adverse reactions that have ever occurred in patients are listed here. To minimize the occurrence of side effects, follow your doctor’s recommendations and do not increase the dosage or decrease the time between doses.