Our expert says:
For the sake of your health PLEASE stop using all these diet pills and drops. They can all potentially cause the negative side-effects and addiction. In your case I suspect that you are addicted to the 'high' that the ephedrine or noradrenaline causes, but alas the effect wears off over time and then you need more and more to achieve the same effect. I would like to suggest that you ask your dr about programmes that help individuals beat addictions. There is really no appetite suppressant available on the market that does not have these negative side-effects. You need to take your life back and start controlling your weight by using a sensible low-fat, high-fibre diet (click on 'Diet' and 'Weight loss' and 'Slimming Diet' for a copy), and combine it with regular exercise (brisk walking, running, jogging, skipping, cycling, swimming - anything to get active), which will also stimulate your metabolism and provide you with a healthy 'high' when you produce endorphins during exercise.
Holding thumbs that you can kick the habit and start living a healthy life again
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