Phentermine is prescribed for a quick weight loss to people with a BMI 27 and higher, if they have obesity-related diseases (diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidemia, and cholecystitis). During drug therapy of obesity, a patient may notice his body weight is reduced from the first day of using Phentermine diet pills.
In other words, application of Phentermine pills helps to lose weight within three months, while a balanced diet and exercises help to keep this body weight for the next three months. If a patient needs, he can repeat anti-obesity therapy with Phentermine, but no sooner than non-drug therapy is finished. Nutritionists think that this weight loss model helps the body to adapt to a new weight and prevent the regain of body mass.
In some cases, Phentermine is prescribed on the weekend only. Usually Phentermine is prescribed the weekend application to people, who cannot control the appetite while they are at home all day long. Some people work on a specific schedule for long time. Thus, they might have time for lunch break and rest.
Having such working schedule, a person can easily stick to a balanced diet and control the appetite. But when he comes home (e.g. weekend) he cannot control the appetite anymore. This results in excessive body mass or even obesity, so a person simply cannot lose this weight. In this case, Phentermine is prescribed.
Each Adipex tablet contain 37.5 mg of Phentermine hydrochloride is equivalent to 30 mg of Phentermine base. If you need to reduce Phentermine dose, you may take half a tablet of Adipex 18.75 mg (equal to 15 mg of Phentermine base).