What is Reductil?
Reductil is available in a 10mg tablet and sibutramine is the main component in the drug.
Sibutramine acts by boosting the level of noradrenalin and serotonin produced by the brain. These two chemicals are responsible for regulating a person’s appetite. They work by transmitting signals to the brain indicating that an individual is either famished or full and really need to take a break from eating.
When Reductil is consumed, the sibutramine in the drug will boost the level of noradrenalin and serotonin in the body making the user feel full by suppressing their appetite.
One other thing that Reductil does is to regulate a person’s resting metabolism and ensure that the rate at which the body burns the food consumed is increased thereby preventing unneccessary weight gain.
Sibutramine Hydrochloride Dosage and Administration
A typical dosage of sibutramine hydrochloride usually prescribed by a doctor is a 10mg tablet to be orally administered daily for a specified period of time.
The medication can be taken for a short period of 14 days or it may be administered for an extended duration of between 6 months and 2 years. A person wishing to shed some weight during bodybuilding training program would have to consult with their doctor to know what Reductil cycle would work for them.
However, anyone wishing to kick-off a cutting cycle with Reductil would need to back it up with a strict dietary plan and lots of exercise.
The dosage in a Reductil cycle may vary from person to person. An individual with a high tolerance level may require a 15mg per day dosage rather than a 10mg daily dose over a period of between 14 and 28 days.
Common Side Effects of Reductil
Before a doctor prescribed the ideal Reductil dosage, there are a number of health-related questions that need to be answered.
Your doctor would need to know your medical history. Patients with eating disorders like bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa or with a history of high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, tachycardia, arrhythmia, hyperthyroidism, liver and kidney health problems would have to be properly assessed before any prescription can be given to them.
Similarly patients with mental health issues, those on medications for other health concerns would equally have to be scrutinised before being prescribed a Reductil dosage. Pregnant women as well as those lactating and breastfeeding their infants, would have to stay off the drug as a precaution.
When it comes to side effects, individuals that use Reductil can experience varying degrees of side effects which can range from mild to major side effects.
The most common of these minor side effects include; insomnia, constipation, dryness of the mouth and a loss of appetite. For the major side effects, you have – nausea, high blood pressure, anxiety, hot flushes, heart palpitations, light-headedness, and headaches.