Sibutramine is for the treatment of obesity. It is particularly suitable for those that have been unsuccessful with losing weight through exercise and a low calorie diet. Each tablets contains 20mg of Sibutramine, which is the main active ingredient. Sibutramin works by affecting chemicals in the brain to regulate energy intake. This helps reduce the amount of food a person needs to eat before feeling full and also prevents the metabolic rate from falling to low. Even after achieving a low weight, the continued use of Sibutramine may help to prevent unwanted weight gain.
EFFECTS AND BENEFITS
Sibutramine helps to achieve a weight loss of 5-10% of the initial weight. This moderate weight loss should lead to a significant health improvement. Benefits may include a reduced risk of illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. Sibutramine is not intended for overnight weight-loss. It promotes a healthy rate of moderate weight-loss over an extended period of time. Positive results of at least 2kg of weight loss may be seen within one month of taking Sibutramine. However, for some people, such as diabetics, it may take longer.
RECOMMENDED DOSAGE AND USAGE
The usual recommended dosage is one tablet to be taken once per day with a glass of water before breakfast. Achieve the best results by taking it alongside a low calorie diet and a suitable exercise programme. The body takes time to adjust to fewer calories and hunger pangs may arise if the dietary intake is too low. It is important to note that an increase in daily exercise can build up muscles and as a consequence weight loss may not be noticeable initially.