NHS banned the use of Phentermine in UK

NHS banned the use of Phentermine in UK

The National Health Service is the public health service of England, Wales and Scotland. The main aim of the National Health Service is to improve the health of the people. The National Health Service covers everything from routine screening to treatment for long-term conditions, end of life care, emergency treatment, etc. The funding of National Health Services comes directly from taxation and its resources are allocated to Clinical Commissioning Groups, which are responsible for preparation, planning and authorizing for health care services. The phentermine drug is banned in U.K and is not available through the NHS because of its side effects and other problems that those people are facing who are consuming this drug for over a long period of time.


Although this drug helps in weight loss it has many side effects such as increase heart rate, discomfort, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, hypertension and it also affects the central nervous system. This drug is not safe for those who have a history of medical problems and drugs abuse such as glaucoma, epilepsy, cardiovascular disease, hyperthyroidism, etc. It also has the side affect of suppressing your appetite, irregular chest pain, mood swing, tremors, etc. It has been seen that an overdose of this drug leads to seizures, hallucinations, vomiting, headaches and blurred vision. Many researches has been done on this drug and it has been found that those people who were taking this drug for weight loss often complain that they began to feel odd,  they couldn’t eat more suffer from stomach pain, they can hardly sleep  and if they stop taking the pills they  regained the weight. It has been seen that though the drug is banned in U.K people are trying to buy this drug online but are not able to do so.

Though it helps in reducing weight very soon it has been banned in U.K because it causes heart disease, it has also been found that this drug has been related or associated to derivation in heart valves; it also causes pulmonary hypertension and increase heart risk, nervousness, restlessness, trouble in urinating, fatigue, depression, dry mouth, facial swelling, etc. It also interferes the functioning of the brains in an unpleasant and undesirable manner that harms your life. This drug raises your metabolism by increasing your pulse rate but on the other side it affects your hearts and increase the blood pressure. There are many other adverse affects of this drug such as overstimulation, impotence, change in libido, nausea, angina, stokes, cardiac failure and cardiac arrest has also been reported by many people who were using this drug for over a long period of time, etc. and because of such side effects this drug is not available through National Health Service. Using of phentermine is illegal in the United Kingdom for safety, health and wellbeing of the people.

The customers have also complaint about the drugs that they are unable to sleep properly and they feel very weak most of the times, felt sweaty. As this drug is directed for use only for short term period, it is not safe for those people who have much weight to lose which can take a long duration of time.

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