What is Obeclox?
The drug belongs to the anorectics. It's one of the most popular anti-overweight drugs. It constrains hunger and helps control appetite. Also, Obeclox doesn't have many side effects compared to analogs. It's often recommended for individuals with diabetes, heart problems, and high blood pressure.
How Does It Work?
After taking a pill orally, active substances absorb from the digestive organs into the blood. Then it operates on the ventrolateral nucleus of the hypothalamus, boosting the generation of norepinephrine and dopamine. Also, it has the effect of boosting concentrations of norepinephrine, which lowers appetite. It's a stimulant that affects the area of the brain that's responsible for hunger. It also influences the CNS.
The speed at which the effect occurs depends primarily on you. To enjoy the desired results more quickly, make a nutrition and training plan. For all its effectiveness, Obeclox is not a magic pill. To succeed, it is necessary to have a healthy diet in compliance with the calorie norm.
It's not allowed to use Obeclox if you are allergic to its ingredients. Older people and youngsters under 12 y.o. should refrain from using this medicine.
The treatment with Obeclox is also forbidden for patients with:
Regarding drug compatibility, you shouldn’t take Obeclox if you take MAO inhibitors. It is also worth consulting with a doctor about the possibility of simultaneous treatment of Obeclox and Zoloft, Prozac, Wellbutrin.
Serotonin reuptake inhibitors and tricyclic antidepressants can interact with Obeclox by increasing serotonin levels. In such cases, the drug should be taken with caution. Patients on a regimen of MAOIs must remain at least 15 days before medication delivery to start therapy with Clobenzorex, since it may trigger a hypertensive crisis. Clobenzorex should not be provided in collaboration with another centrally acting anorectic drug, increasing the risk of severe side effects.
How Long Does The Therapy With Obeclox Last?
The usual period of therapy is 1-2 months. The course shouldn't exceed three months. Otherwise, the patient may become addicted to active substances of the product. In the case of long-term therapy, cease the medication by gradually lowering the dosage. Follow the prescriptions of the attending physician clearly to achieve the expected results.
The most common side effects of Obeclox are as follows.
• Stimulation - many patients report that they feel a surge of energy throughout the treatment; the stimulation effect of the drug decreases over time.
• Dry mouth - usually solved by increasing water consumption.
• Cardiovascular effects typically include tachycardia, palpitations, hypertension, and chest discomfort.
• Insomnia - because of the stimulating effect, the drug can prolong the state of waking at night; it can be avoided by taking the drug in the morning.
• Irritability - sometimes patients notice that they are more irritable when taking medication.
One more of the possible adverse effects is depression. The drug can indirectly affect the patient's depression. The drug stimulates neurotransmitters. And depression is associated with an imbalance in neurotransmitter levels, especially dopamine, noradrenaline, and serotonin.