Topic: what are some non-prescription stimulants with similar weight loss effects to adderall?
April 24, 2019 / By Derek Question:
i am just looking for an appetite suppressant that is effective. i am trying to find something to stop me for pigging out over the holidays. please help? share personal stories please if any.
Benji | 5 days ago
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Originally Answered: How can I get an Adderall prescription for weight loss?
It's better and way easier to get Phentermine. You can get it from a weight loss doctor or sometimes maybe even a general physician. It's very helpful. Phentermine and Adderall affect appetite the same way, at least for me. However, be warned that either one of these can only be taken for about 2-3 months at a time, with about an 8 week break between, because your body builds a tolerance. Once a tolerance is built, the weight loss will plateau, and you need to give it a rest for the medicine to leave your system, not to mention it's not good for your blood pressure. Some weight loss doctors provide shots (B6, B12, & Lipo combined is the best) which can be received once a week even when off Phentermine, so that's helpful.
i don't have faith that Adderall replaced into even prescribed as a weight alleviation drugs even nevertheless it extremely is a side result. it incredibly is an amphetamine regardless of the indisputable fact that and amphetamines have been as quickly as prescribed as weight alleviation drugs.
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there are not any. but if i had to recommend any... just grab a pill for something weight loss and play WoW and stop eatin.
Originally Answered: If illegal stimulants cause weight loss, what about high doses of caffeine?
I think you should be very careful thinking that all central nervous system stimulants have the same side effects. This is an extract from the RxList entry on caffeine:
"In doses of 100-200 mg. caffeine can increase alertness, relieve drowsiness and improve thinking. At doses of 250-700 mg/day, caffeine can cause anxiety, insomnia, nervousness, hypertension, and insomnia. Caffeine is a diuretic and increases urination. It can curiously enough make it more difficult to lose weight because it stimulates insulin secretion, which reduces serum glucose, which increases hunger."
You might also find that the weight loss benefits of CNS like dextro-amphetamine and others is relatively short lived, and does not lead to permanent weight loss.
Please, take care.