Anorexide review

Anorexide is an appetite suppressant and stimulant with the ability to stimulate the brain and central nervous system by increasing the amount of chemicals in the body. The medication is said to increase the patients heart rate and blood pressure as well as promote appetite loss.

Anorexide is used to treat patients with Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity (ADHD). Anorexide is supposed to improve concentration, decrease sensory overstimulation, improve impulse control, decrease mood condition and decrease irritability.

Patients suffering from dyssomnia and other forms of sleeping disorders can also benefit from Anorexide. This medication can also be used along with anti-depressants to treat acute cases of depression. Overweight individuals may use a lighter dosage of Anorexide to promote weight loss.

The recommended dosage of Anorexide will depend on what the medication is being used to treat, among other things. For dyssomnia patients, especially adults, dosage ranges from 5 to 60mg per day, which is usually taken as two small dosages.

Children 6 to 12 years of age are advised to take 5mg a day, while those above 12 years old takes 10mg a day. Patients suffering from obesity are usually given 5 to 30mg in divided dosages, taken one and a half hour before each meal.

ADHD patients are usually given 5mg per day for age of 6 years old and above. Dosage is half that for children below 6 years old.

Side effects of Anorexide are:
• increased heart rate and blood pressure
irregular heartbeat
• cephalalgia
• restlessness
• shakiness
• dry mouth with a metallic taste (said to be one of the reasons for appetite loss)
diarrhea and constipation
• weight loss

Taking higher does of Anorexide than prescribed may cause a change in a person's sex drive, allergic reactions, chills, depression, irritability or mood swings, and problems with the digestive system. Higher dosages of Anorexide are said to cause addiction, aggression, dependence, and a series of psychotic episodes that may prove to be a danger to the patient and those around them.

Patients need to consult with their doctors before taking Anorexide. Over-the-counter medicaments may interact negatively with Anorexide. This can cause fatal episodes of increased heartbeat and blood pressure for the patient. Cold medicaments are a bad combination with Anorexide. Other interactions with Anorexide include antacids, furoxone, sodium bicarbonate, and other medicaments that control high-blood pressures are believed to have adverse effects with the medication. Make certain your doctor is aware of all prescription and non-prescription medicaments you are taking prior to your taking Anorexide.

People taking Anorexide should not immediately stop its use. Follow your doctor's advice and slowly decrease the dosage until it is discontinued. Avoid taking Anorexide in the evenings since it might affect normal sleep patterns. Also avoid taking it prior to participating in hazardous activities, like driving or extreme sports.

Anorexide has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of anorexide

• Molecular formula of anorexide is C9H13N
• Chemical IUPAC Name is 1-phenylpropan-2-amine
• Molecular weight is 135.206 g/mol

Generic name: Amphetamine

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