Pros and Cons
However, people can become dependent on diet pills in the same way they can become dependent on caffeine or other stimulants.
The effects are similar to cocaine, but the onset is slower and the duration is longer. Physical effects include
- Increased heart rate.
- Increased blood pressure.
- Increased body temperature.
- Increased rate of breathing.
- Increased appetite.
Behavioural effects include
- Temporary hyperactivity.
- Sense of increased energy.
Psychological effects include
- Sense of euphoria.
Thus, the conclusive statement as is evident by readers would be "It's prudent not to resort to these medications, when there is a plethora of other options available."
Consultation with your doctor and dietician prior to commencement of any such therapy is advisable.
So it is better to eat right and exercise wise in order to be "healthy, wealthy and wise"!
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