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Weight Loss with Fat Burners

Fat burners are a kind of nutritional supplements that speed up the process of metabolism, which in turn reduces the amount of unwanted fat in the body. As with any other dietary supplements, healthy individuals who decide to start taking fat burners are highly advised to consult with an experienced health care provider first.  
However, individuals who are prone to health issues, such as adrenalin gland problems, hypertension, insomnia, and so on, should not be taking fat burners. Individuals under the age of majority, as well as seniors, are advised against opting for fat burners. Also, pregnant women, and women who are currently nursing children are not supposed to be taking any types of fat burners.
Further, if a person is taking any other kind of dietary supplements or medications, it is absolutely imperative that a medical care provider is aware, and in turn able to make an informed decision as to whether that individual should be taking fat burners and which kind.  For those who are in good health, and decide to take this type of supplement, starting with a low dose is beneficial in preventing any possible side effects.

Common Side Effects of Fat Burners

Most fat burners are based on caffeine and ephedrine, substances that are known to produce side effects, so keeping in mind the possibility of weight loss, one should always be aware of the possible negative effects as well. When taking fat burners, the unwanted side effects can be both psychological and physical.

The psychological side effects include feeling anxious, and easily exasperated, while the physical symptoms can include anything from headaches and abdominal pain, constipation, loose bowel, nausea, and hypertension to problems with the urinary tract, menstrual cycle, hair loss, and so on.  As mentioned previously, it is best to start with small dosages as to avoid side effects, but if it so happens that an individual takes too many pills at once, there is a change of an overdose, which manifests itself though muscle spasms, shortness of breath, seizures, and in some cases hallucinations. It is absolutely crucial that a medical care provider is notified timely to advise the proper course of action.

Finally, the most serious side effects are a stroke and a heart attack, while at the same time individuals who are taking fat burners for a prolonged period of time are at risk of developing an addiction. It should be noted that weight loss can be achieved through proper diet and regular physical exercise, while not putting one’s health in danger.
 
Antidepressants Can Cause Weight Loss

There are many medications which have one primary purpose, but are often prescribed to treat something unrelated. One such type of medications is a group of antidepressants, which can be further classified into many subtypes. The way antidepressants help in weight loss is by burning calories quicker than normal, subsequently resulting in the reduction of excess fat. Some are commonly used to treat obesity, and not necessarily depression.

As obesity is a very demanding disorder when it comes to treatment, one should keep in mind that antidepressants themselves are not a cure, but merely one of the elements that are sometimes included in the course of treatment. In addition, there are various types of antidepressants used to treat weight problems, including Prozac, Adderall, and bupropion. Prozac is primarily used to treat psychological disturbances such as panic disorder, eating disorders, OCD, and depression, but one of the side effects of this medication is the loss of weight. The degree to which excess weight could be lost by taking Prozac varies from person to person, but the drug is not generally recommended for the obese.

Further, bupropion is another medication from the group of antidepressants that is occasionally used for weight loss. The way in which bupropion works is by boosting up the energy in a person, which in turn allows him or her to engage in physical exercise more frequently than before. Like any other medication used to treat mental disturbances, bupropion should always be prescribed in small doses to prevent as many side effects as possible. Adderall is the kind of antidepressants used to treat overly obese. Adderall suppresses the appetite, which should lead the individual to reduce the daily food intake, and eventually lose excess fat. Like many other antidepressants, there is a possibility that a person taking Adderall will become overly aggressive as well as suffer from insomnia and various heart problems.

Finally, antidepressants are medications originally used to treat psychological disturbances, and not weight loss. Individuals who are struggling to manage their weight should focus on changing their lifestyle habits that include diet and physical exercise. Even individuals who are taking antidepressants to manage their weight problem must have a healthy regimen, preferably recommended by a doctor, which they are strictly going to obey.

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