Tenuate Diet pill

Tenuate – Diethylcathinone or Diethylpropion, an appetite suppressant, and may also be known as Amfepramone. Tenuate diet pill works best in combination of a low calorie diet and regular exercise schedule.

It is available in two forms: as a regular and extended-release (long-acting) tablets – Tenuate Dospan.

Wellbutrin is an analogue of Tenuate.

Tenuate works by stimulating the hypothalamus gland and affects certain neurotransmitters to decrease appetite. Tenuate stimulates the central nervous system, which increases your heart rate and blood pressure. Because Tenuate is chemically similar to amphetamines, it has the potential for psychological dependency so it should be used with caution.

Tenuate is consumed as a tablet and taken during 8 to 12 weeks, three times a day. Prolonged use may induce dependence with withdrawl symptoms.

The usual dosage is one 25-milligram tablet taken 3 times a day, 1 hour before meals. You may take 1 tablet in the middle of the evening, if you want, to overcome night hunger. Or one 75 mg sustained-release (Tenuate Dospa)tablet once daily mid-morning.

Tenuate may interact with alcohol unfavorably.

Taking diethylpropion can produce side effects like nervousness, difficulty in sleeping, restlessness and dry mouth.

Tenuate lose its effectiveness within a few weeks, therefore, its use is not recommended beyond a few weeks. Talk to Your doctor if Tenuate loses its effect.

Tenuate have some Contraindications such as severe hardening of the arteries, glaucoma, or severe high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, history of drug abuse, taking an antidepressant drug such as Nardil or have taken one within the last 14 days.

Very important that Tenuate be taken exactly as prescribed by doctor and when prescribed.

Tenuate is often misspelled, a few of the most common misspellings for Tenuate: Tinuate, Tanuate, Teinuate, Tenaute, and Teanuate.