Why am I still hungry on Duromine?
Duromine is a sympathomimetic amine, providing anorexigenic effect in the body. Regular use of Duromine diet pills help the body to get used to consumption of smaller portions of food.
During the drug therapy of obesity, people acquire new eating habits, persisting even after the end of Duromine therapy. Healthy diet allows to keep normal weight after the patient stops taking Duromine.
Duromine effectiveness is significantly reduced if an obese patient does not follow a hypocaloric diet. Maximum weight loss rate is achieved only if Duromine is combined with a low-calorie diet and physical exertion.
Satiety is not only a suppression of hunger, but also satisfaction you get when your stomach is full. Nerve endings in the stomach send signals to hypothalamus (the brain center, responsible for satiety), that it is full. Duromine uniqueness is expressed in appetite suppression in the very beginning of food digestion.
Even if a person does not feel hungry all day long after he took the morning dose of Duromine, he still needs to eat at least 3-4 times per day. If patient doesn’t eat, his body does not get enough proteins, fat, carbs, vitamins and minerals needed for normal metabolism.
The duration of Duromine anorexigenic activity can reach 24 hours. Some people start feeling extremely hungry within just 7-8 hours after the intake of single Duromine dose. Attenuation of therapeutic effect indicates the tolerance to the effect of Duromine (Phentermine).
If you are taking Duromine pills now, yet you are unhappy with weight loss result, ask your therapist to prescribe you some other weight loss pills. If you want to find out which weight loss products can be used as alternative to Duromine, ask your questions over phone call or email. In case you live in Australia, you can get information on Duromine and alternative weight loss products any time you want.