Phentermine is an anorexigenic drug used to treat patients, diagnosed with obesity. Phentermine slimming tablets are intended for patients with BMI over 30.During Phentermine therapy, patients show burning not only of subcutaneous fat, but also of intra-abdominal fat (visceral). Even a small visceral obesity significantly increases risks to patient’s health.
Usually, visceral obesity is caused by high-calorie food and a sedentary lifestyle. Therefore, during Phentermine treatment, people are recommended to keep to low calorie diet and increased physical activity.
Prolonged visceral obesity significantly increases the risk of acute cerebrovascular accidents and irreversible myocardial necrosis. Early obesity treatment with Phentermine drug reduces the risks of type 2 diabetes, hypertension, colon cancer, and helps normalizing levels of fats in blood plasma.
Usually, visceral obesity significantly increases waist circumference. When having internal body fat, men have waist circumference more, than 95 cm, and women over 80 cm. Intra-abdominal fat may cover such organs, as heart, kidneys, liver, pancreas, and significantly increases risk of chronic diseases.
- When using Phentermine, it is recommended to increase physical activity and keep to a diet to increase the rate of visceral fat burning.
Patients, taking Phentermine, should: