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What is Reductil used for?

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Reductil is used to treat very overweight (obese) patients who have not been able to lose weight using a low calorie diet and exercise.

Your ideal weight may not be achieved even with Reductil. For best results, Reductil should be used together with a low fat diet and moderate exercise. If this is followed, you should notice some weight loss by the end of the first month of treatment.

Reductil contains the active ingredient sibutramine and it does not work in the same way as traditional appetite suppressants. It works by altering the level of two chemicals in the brain, serotonin and noradrenaline, which help regulate energy intake and output.

The result is (1) you will not need to eat as much during your meals before you feel full, and (2) Reductil stops your metabolic rate from falling as much as it normally would. Metabolic rate normally falls during weight loss as you reduce your intake of food, making it harder to keep losing weight. However, there will still be fluctuations in your weight loss as the body uses many mechanisms to maintain your weight. This could be a reason some people do not achieve any benefit from Reductil.

How safe are Reductil slimming pills and are there any side effects?
In general, side effects are experienced rarely, particularly those that are more serious in nature. Most commonly reported are headache, constipation and insomnia, although some tend to complain about dry mouth and loss of appetite. It is not recommended to use these slimming pills in case a person suffers from tachycardia, hypertension or some other heart issue, but neither in those who suffer from seizures and kidney disorders. According to the results of the research studies, it can safely be combined with birth control pills and it does not affect their effectiveness.

Because Reductil can impair the way you react and think, avoid driving or doing anything which requires alertness until you know how the medication affects you.