"Reduksin" reduces the need for food, promotes rapid satiety, toxins, pathogens and products of its vital functions from the body. Capsules drug is taken 1 time a day, in the morning on an empty stomach or with food. The dosage is determined by the doctor depending on the performance and the effectiveness of treatment. The initial dose is 10 mg. If within one month after starting the medication the weight loss has not reached 5%, you should increase the daily amount up to 15 mg per day. Treatment is continued to achieve the desired result. The duration of the reception facilities should not be longer than 1 year.
"Useless" has quite a few contraindications. It cannot be used in case of hypersensitivity to components under 18 years of age and aged 65 years, in pregnancy and lactation, alcohol, drug or substance abuse, mental illness, pheochromocytoma, organic causes of obesity (e.g., hypothyroidism), hyperthyroidism, generalized tics.
The drug is contraindicated in arterial hypertension, severe violations of the liver and kidneys, congenital heart defects, coronary heart disease, decompensated chronic heart failure, tachycardia, cerebrovascular disease, arrhythmias, occlusive diseases of peripheral arteries, angle-closure glaucoma, eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia), benign prostatic hyperplasia.
It is not recommended to take "useless" at the same time with MAO inhibitors ("Etilamfetamine", "Fenfluramine", "Dexfenfluramine", "Phentermine", "Ephedrine"), drugs exerting effects on the Central nervous system, and hypnotic drugs, which include tryptophan. Start receiving "Reduxine" should be no earlier than 2 weeks after the abolition of these medicines. With caution the drug is prescribed for hypertension, arrhythmia in medical history, disorders of the liver, mild or moderate severity, and neurological disorders, cholelithiasis, coronary artery disease, with motor and verbal tics in history.
Adverse effects "Reduxine include: increased blood pressure, palpitations, tachycardia, insomnia, headache, anxiety, dizziness, depression, frequent mood swings, irritability, drowsiness, loss of appetite, exacerbation of hemorrhoids, nausea, sweating, itching, thirst, edema, dysmenorrhea, bleeding, flu-like symptoms.