Sibutramina 15mg Dose
The slimming aid for obese people Sibutramine, also known as Meridia and Reductil, is available in a range of doses from just 5mg to 30mg, to be taken in a very convenient tablet form with water. However, by far the most common dose to be prescribed by your medical advisor is Sibutramina 15mg, why might that be? Despite having passed all the necessary FDA requirements before it was first openly marketed, in the intervening years the medical profession has been able to re-evaluate the efficacy of the various doses available. Subsequently, these days, the possibility of side-effects arising from the higher doses of Sibutramine (Reductil) is deemed too high. This has meant that the 15mg Sibutramine dose is now regularly prescribed, but the lower ones are really only for overweight or marginally obese people – for whom these smaller doses of Sibutramine may be sufficient. Put another way, Sibutramina 15mg doses are now considered the optimum one in successful weight loss treatment programs for obese people.
Sibutramina 15mg – the best dosage
One of the significant reasons for prescribing Sibutramina 15mg to obese people, as opposed to a lower dosage, is the length of time that you will be using it. We’ll discuss in a moment how the Sibutramine medications Reductil or Meridia will help you to lose weight but one thing you need to understand straight away is that you will not, indeed must not, take Sibutramine throughout the whole period of time that you are losing weight. Instead, your medical advisor will only give you a prescription for Sibutramina 15mg to last 4 weeks, or 6 weeks at the most – as this is the best dosage for most obese people. One reason for this is that your Sibutramina 15mg prescription is only required to help you get started on your weight loss program and it won’t on its own, necessarily, make you lose weight. Secondly, if after typically 4 weeks, possibly 6, you haven’t lost at least 5 pounds or 2kg, then the whole weight loss program isn’t working for you and needs a complete re-evaluation. If you have lost at least 5 pounds in that time – then you’re well on your way and should no longer need the support of a Sibutramina 15mg prescription.
How will a 15mg dose of Sibutramina help me?
You will have been prescribed a 15mg dose of Sibutramina because you are obese. If being classed as overweight is bad for you – being classed as obese is downright dangerous. In short, you are putting your self at great risk of developing life threatening illnesses and shortening your life expectancy – simply because you are eating too much. The fact that you are obese because you eat too much is at least contributing to the fact that, no matter how hard you try, you simply can’t lose any weight by reducing what you eat. The reason for this is that your body/brain has simply got used to over-eating and, if you cut back on what you eat by trying to follow a diet, it sends out signals making it impossible for you to refuse the urge to eat. Then of course there’s the double whammy of exercise. The more obese you become the less likely you are to exercise, meaning that more and more fat accumulates in your body – making you more and more obese. So, the question is – how can you break this cycle? That is where a course of Sibutramina 15mg comes in. Reductil was specifically designed to act as an appetite suppressant for obese people. By being an appetite suppressant, the Sibutramina 15mg dose included in Reductil will reduce the urges you have to eat more than you really need to. So, by following a recommended diet and program of exercises – you will immediately start to lose weight whilst taking Sibutramina 15mg as you will no longer felt he need to cheat the weight loss program, as you won’t have those urges to over-eat. But, the real beauty of using Sibutramina 15mg is that within 4 weeks, or 6 at most, you will have re-educated your body and, on stopping taking the Sibutramine, will no longer want to over-eat.
OK, but why can’t I use a lower dosage of Sibutramina?
Of course the exact dosage of Sibutramine for you to use is entirely your medical advisors decision, based on their assessment of your current and past medical history. However, and let’s not be coy about this, obese people have a lot of body that needs the Sibutramina 15mg to work on. Whilst the real action of the Sibutramine (Reductil) takes place in your stomach and brain – as an obese person a small dose may well be insufficient to guarantee success. Hence, you are most likely to be given a Sibutramina 15mg prescription.