So many people have seen great success from using Phentermine for both its appetite suppressing and energy boosting effects. They find that using Phentermine helps to keep them on track as they work to lose weight or live a more active lifestyle. (Tweet this!)
Sometimes we hear one patient ask why they don’t seem to be getting the same effect from taking Phentermine as someone else. It’s true that some people will experience a bigger boost of energy than others. This is mostly due to the individual differences in each patient and each person’s body style.
Here we share some tips and ideas on how you get the optimal boost from taking Phentermine, including what you can try if you feel like you’re not getting the boost you were hoping for.
How Does Phentermine Work?
Phentermine releases neurotransmitters that, in turn, send a signal to the brain that produces feelings of fullness and minimized hunger. Combined with a release of adrenaline, the body is able to increase glucose levels and fatty acids in the body, which breaks down stored fat and increases energy production.
When these changes take place, they allow for more blood to get to the muscles and more oxygen to fill the lungs. Your body is now stimulated to increase activity levels to accommodate this rush of energy.
Boosting Phentermine Energy
After taking their regular dosage of phentermine, some people feel like they aren’t getting the extra energy boost they were expecting. While this could be something to do with the dosage amount, there are other things you can do to enhance the effects of phentermine:
- Drink Plenty of Water – When your body becomes dehydrated, it can leave you feeling lethargic and tired. Be sure you are drinking plenty of water each day. Get in the habit of carrying a bottle of water with you wherever you go and refill it often.
- Stay Active – It might seem like exercising and physical activity would deplete energy, but it can actually boost energy levels, especially when you’re taking phentermine. A quick walk around the block when you start to feel a loss of energy can make a huge difference.
- Choose Healthy Foods – The foods you eat will greatly impact the effect of phentermine. When you eat too many acidic foods, like alcohol, coffee, soda, butter and ice cream, it can actually cause the phentermine to pass through your system without taking effect. Eating healthy foods such as broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, bananas, berries, and almonds allow the phentermine to stay in your body for maximum effect.
If you’re not getting the boost you were hoping for when taking phentermine, we hope you will give us a call so we can discuss it with you. We can check the dosage or talk about adding an additional supplement that may make a difference. Just give us a call at (480) 839-4131 or use our contact form to get started.