Is Phentermine Addictive?
We've arrived to the 'Phentermine Rumor' section. If you take something on a regular basis for a long period, it becomes addictive. It's something our bodies are used to. Sugar, caffeine, nicotine, and a variety of other substances are all addictive for the same reason. By abruptly eating meat, a long-term vegetarian can fall into problems. Why? It's something the body isn't used to.
Many people believe that phentermine is addictive. In 2010, Princeton University conducted a survey of over 10,000 people and found no indication of phentermine addiction. However, because it is a stimulant that releases Dopamine (the feel-good hormone), some people may develop a craving for it after they stop using it. That's why it's on the IV list.
There is nearly little chance of addiction if you follow the prescribed technique (30-day course with 10-day break).
That's why there's a 10-day gap. It gives the body time to adjust to the higher hormone levels. You may have heard a lot about how it got extremely addictive and how individuals had to work extremely hard to recover from it through counseling and rehab. Those are typically public relations stunts used by rival weight loss firms to discredit
Phentermine in order to get an advantage. The market for weight loss products is fiercely competitive. Simply type 'Weight Loss Products' into Google and you'll find a plethora of products, advice, opinions, and other information.While some may be correct and have become hooked, this is only because they used it for longer than three months without taking the advised pauses.