Side Effects of Phentermine Weight Loss Pills with Alcohol

Some side effects may develop during obesity pharmacotherapy with Phentermine. In particular, Phentermine diet pills can increase blood pressure, change heart rate, disrupt sleep, cause nausea and dry mouth. Drinking alcohol along with Phentermine increases the risk and severity of side effects.

Because of the potential impact of Phentermine with alcohol on the brain, their combined use is life-threatening. Using Phentermine with alcohol may lead to one of the main risks, which are dangerous psychic effects (dizziness, confusion, nervousness, aggression, sleeplessness).

Phentermine and alcohol increase the severity of side effects that occur during the use of diet pills only. In addition, Phentermine combined with alcohol increases the risk of dependence. This weight loss drug is contraindicated in people with a history of alcohol dependence, because this increases the risk of Phentermine side effects.

Alcohol and Phentermine affect the gastric mucosa of the stomach as irritants and cause acid secretion. Combination of Phentermine with a small amount of alcohol increases the risk and severity of the side effects at the level of the gastrointestinal tract (nausea, heartburn, vomiting, stomach discomfort, xerostomia).

Most obese patients have heart problems.

Alcohol, taken with diet pills Phentermine, increases the risk of cardiovascular side effects, like changes in heart rate, high blood pressure, and chest pain. Even small doses of alcohol and Phentermine increase the risk of a heart attack and stroke in obese people with heart diseases.

A single small dose of alcohol with Phentermine may initially cause euphoria, mood elevation, increased vitality, loss of appetite, motor excitation. Later, euphoria is replaced by irritability, anxiety and depression, which can provoke refusal to take Phentermine weight loss capsules. Sudden cancellation of Phentermine can cause drug dependence.

A sudden Phentermine pills termination may result in such symptoms, as personality changes, irritability, nervousness, depression, nausea, vomiting, allergic reactions, tremors, hallucinations. These side effects are typical for people, who take Phentermine with alcohol.

People, who stop taking Phentermine without the influence of alcohol, observe only decrease of therapeutic effect in the subsequent course of obesity pharmacotherapy. It is recommended to stop taking Phentermine pills before the end of therapy only after consulting a doctor.