Reductil UK diet pill review
Reductil is a short-term prescription diet pill that is to be taken for 12
weeks only for those that are obese and are having difficulty losing weight on their own.
Reductil is a very serious drug and as such, it comes with a lengthy list of side effects.
Because of the serious nature of the pill, it’s also not to be taken by people with high blood pressure, kidney
problems, liver problems, glaucoma, or those that are obese due to medical conditions.
How does Reductil work?
Structurally similar to amphetamines, Reductil works by blocking the reuptake of
neurotransmitters serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine in synaptic clefts. This way the feeling of fullness is
drastically improved. However, this mechanism of action comes with big price, in terms of side effects. Which
brings us to the next point…
Reductil side effects
Some of the more common and less severe side effects are: increased heart rate, anxiety, headaches, hot flashes,
light headedness, nausea, palpitations, and a sensation of numbing or tingling in the arms, legs, hands and feet –
a condition known as paraesthesiae.
In addition to these, Reductil also comes with more serious side effects such as: abnormal test
results, increased sensitivity to allergic reactions, spotting, excessive bruising, blood complications, diarrhea,
gastrointestinal bleeding, hair loss, heart problems, vision problems, irritability, impotence, bleeding from the
body, memory problems, and seizures.
Do we recommend Reductil?
Because there are so many side effects, and so many that could be very dangerous for your health, Reductil is
not recommended diet pill and if you need a prescription diet pill, you should speak to your
doctor about safer choices available.
Instead of opting for dangerous and synthetic chemicals, why not go for
totally natural diet pills? Proactol Plus is 100% herbal fat binder made to stop up to 1/4 of
your fat intake and prevent it from being absorbed by your body. This way you could be eating high fat meals
and still lose part of the weight.
Read more about Proactol here