Adipex Causes Headache

Adipex slimming tablets act directly on the brain.

They can effectively reduce appetite, accelerate metabolism and reduce body weight.

Possible CNS side effects of Adipex

  • headaches
  • temporary loss of consciousness
  • impairment of sleep cycles and insomnia
  • mood swings
  • anxiety or feelings of extreme happiness
  • fatigue and depression.

Patients, who take Adipex, sometimes complain about headaches.

Headaches are usually divided into primary and secondary.

Primary headaches include migraines, cluster headaches and tension headaches.

To reduce the primary headaches risk in Adipex therapy, it is recommended to maintain good quality sleep, to keep to a healthy diet, to reduce stress and to take alternating douches.

Headaches appear more frequently in patients, who abuse smoking, alcohol and caffeine.

Adipex slimming tablets are not always the cause for headaches.

Secondary headaches can be a symptom of such pathologies as brain tumors, hangover, flu, thrombosis, concussion and glaucoma.

When to seek medical assistance

It is recommended to seek medical advice, if headaches in slimming tablets therapy:

  • Appeared after a head injury
  • Are accompanied by nausea, vomiting and fever
  • Continuously enhance and last more than 24 hours
  • Are accompanied by blurred vision, slurred speech, loss of consciousness or memory.

Headache can be eliminated with such OTC analgesic drugs, as Aspirin, Advil, Acetaminophen and Profen.

Though these are OTC drugs, they should not be taken too often.

The following side effects may appear or worsen in patients, taking Adipex slimming tablets with Aspirin:

  • difficult or frequent defecation,
  • nausea, dizziness,
  • stomach pain.

Prescription drugs are advised, if OTC pain relievers do not reduce the headache.

What drugs to use to prevent headaches on Adipex

Different groups of drugs can be used to prevent and treat headaches:

  • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents (e.g., Nexcede, Ketoprofen, Aleve, Anaprox, Naprosyn, Zorvolex, Arthrotec and Ibuprofen)
  • Vasoactive drugs (e.g., Clonidine, Catapres, Duraclon and Kapvay)
  • Antiepileptic drugs (e.g., Valproate Sodium and Depacon)
  • Psychotropic drugs, tranquilizers, botulinum toxins, beta-blockers and nootropics.

When using this weight loss medication, obese patients should consult with their doctor, before they take any other drugs, including non-prescription pain relievers.