T Diet

Generic Name:Phentermine

T Diet is used for treating exogenous obesity in adults. It is a prescription medication that can be used short-term to help with weight loss along with a proper diet and exercise. The active ingredient and the generic name of this medicine is Phentermine and there are no approved T Diet uses for children, and the drug is not used for other conditions.

T Diet is basically known as an obesity drug, which is usually taken, by hundreds of people to treat their weight gain and obesity under medical supervision. T Diet works on the hypothalamus portion of the brain to stimulate the adrenal glands to neither release nor epinephrine, a neurotransmitter or chemical messenger that signals a fight-or-flight response, reducing hunger. The main composition Phentermine works outside the brain as well to release epinephrine or adrenaline causing fat cells to break down the stored fat in the body, but the principal basis of usefulness is hunger-reduction has been found. This medicine is also available through special online shopping as a cheaper drug of obesity.

How to Use T Diet Pills

  • T Diet comes in tablet and capsule form. It is usually taken by mouth once daily, although some people may need to take it twice a day.
  • T Diet should be taken either before breakfast or one to two hours after breakfast.
  • T Diet should be combined with an appropriate diet. It is not meant to be used without dieting.
  • Do not take T Diet more often (or at higher doses) than prescribed, as this can lead to T Diet addiction or dependence.

Cautions before Use T Diet Pills

  • T Diet-P can increase your heart rate and blood pressure. This can cause problems, especially if you already have high blood pressure or heart problems.
  • It is usually best to avoid drinking alcohol while taking T Diet.
  • Before you take T Diet-P, your healthcare provide should make sure your obesity is not caused by a medical problem.
  • T Diet may affect your ability to perform tasks that require complete concentration, such as driving, operating machinery, or piloting an airplane, especially during the first few weeks of treatment.
  • T Diet is an unsafe medicine to be used during pregnancy.

T Diet Pills Side Effects

The side effects which may arise due to the usage of T Diet are as follows:

  • Unusual happy feelings medically known as euphoria
  • Unusual unpleasant feelings medically known as dysphoria
  • Dry mouth
  • Insomnia
  • Hyperactivity
  • Restlessness
  • Unpleasant taste
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Sexual problems

Interactions and Overdose of T Diet Pills

T Diet can be harmful to those patients who have a history of drug addiction or abuses in the past. It is also not recommended for the children under sixteen years of age and can be taken under strict medical supervision. Ptients with lung disorders are recommended to stay away from T Diet.If any patient is taking MAO inhibitor such as furazolidone Furoxone, isocarboxazid Marplan, phenelzine Nardil, rasagiline Azilect, selegiline Eldepryl, Emsam, or tranylcypromine Parnate in the last 14 days then starting T Diet as an anti-obesity drug can be harmful to them.

Overdose of this may cause severe problems such as breathing trouble, confusion, hallucinations, panic, feeling hostile or aggressive, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach cramps. Inthese situations the patient should seek immediate medical support.