Reductil

Reductil pills are a prescription slimming and weight loss pill. Reductil works by increasing your feelings of satiety (fullness), helping you to eat less food yet still feel full.

Reductil pills are a prescription slimming and weight loss pill. Reductil works by increasing your feelings of satiety (fullness), helping you to eat less food yet still feel full.

Reductil pills are a powerful medication, available only on prescription, which contains the active ingredient sibutramine hydrochloride monohydrate. The sibutramine hydrochloride monohydrate in Reductil pills works by preventing two neurotransmitters, noradrenaline and serotonin, from being reabsorbed back into the nerve cells. The effect? You feel more full and satisfied after eating, helping you to eat less at each meal.

Doctors only prescribe Reductil to extremely obese people – that is, those with a BMI of 30 or above, or those whose BMI is 27 or higher and who also have other risk factors, such as type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, or increased risk of heart disease.

This is no magic pill, however, and while you are using it, your doctor will expect you to follow an appropriate diet (i.e. reduce your calories, eat healthy food) and participate in a program of regular exercise. Without appropriate lifestyle changes, these drugs have only a limited effectiveness.

One reason this is a prescription drug is that it allows a doctor to oversee your progress, helping them to work with you on all these different aspects – it is important that you learn new habits, so that once weight has been lost, you are able to maintain your new weight once you stop taking the medication.

Thus it is important not to try and self medicate by buying products such as this from the internet – you may save money, but the quality is often dubious, many times not even containing the active drug, and at times can be dangerous.

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