Asenlix belongs to the amphetamines class, anorexic group, and is prescribed for the treatment of obesity in patients with a body mass index of 30 kg/m² or more. The main active ingredient clobenzorex is an adrenoreceptor agonist. It blocks signals to the brain about hunger. Suppresses appetite and stimulates metabolism. Increases energy and adrenaline levels. Available in the form of tablets with a dosage of 30 mg. A pack of 60 tablets.
How to use, the scheme of treatment and dosages
Asenlix Clobenzorex is taken orally. Consult a doctor before starting therapy. Exclude secondary causes of obesity, associated with metabolic disorders, hormonal imbalances and psychological disorders.
The dose and duration of therapy are determined individually depending on the patient's condition, tolerance and results. Adults and children over 12 years are prescribed 2 tablets per day: one in the morning before breakfast and one at noon before lunch. A day is allowed no more than 4 tablets.
The duration of therapy is 4-6 weeks and should not exceed 3 months. Do not take the medication at night: it may cause partial insomnia, trouble falling asleep.
Asenlix Clobenzorex to use in conjunction with proper diet and exercise. Without changes in lifestyle, the effectiveness of the drug decreases, weight loss is observed only in the short term. If you stop taking it abruptly, withdrawal syndrome is possible, so the dose should be reduced gradually.
Contraindications to receiving
- Severe diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
- Impaired liver and kidney function.
- Patients under 18 years of age.
- Pregnancy and lactation.
- Pathologies of the cardiovascular system.
- High blood pressure.
- Depression and mental disorders in the anamnesis.
- Drug addiction.
- Allergic reaction to the main or excipients.
Adverse reactions and peculiarities of use
Adverse reactions include insomnia, anorexia, irritability, depression. A negative reaction of the body to the drug can manifest itself with headaches.
Increased blood pressure in the lungs is possible, which can lead to heart failure. Pulmonary arterial hypertension is dangerous with a high risk of death. The first symptoms are shortness of breath on exercise. In such a situation, the drug should be withdrawn immediately and seek medical attention. In rare cases, stroke, angina pectoris, cardiac arrest are possible.
The main active ingredient is hiking amphetamine, so there is a risk of addiction if taken continuously without medical supervision. Asenlix should not be combined with other drugs anorexics, antidepressants. In the gastrointestinal tract, adverse reactions are manifested by constipation and dry mouth.
The shelf life of the drug is 4 years. Keep out of reach of children.