Lose Weight With Phentermine, Gain So Much More

Before starting to lose weight with phentermine, it’s likely that you’ll think about exactly why you want to lose weight; maybe you want to be able to play with your children without getting out of breath, maybe you want to avoid heart disease or diabetes, or maybe you just want to look better. Whatever your reasons, thinking back to these will keep you motivated in times of doubt or difficulty. However, as people progress and begin to see the phentermine results they had hoped for, often they begin to experience and notice even more added benefits to their weight loss than they had expected. Here we share all the other things to be gained from getting healthy, showing you how much more you can gain as you lose weight with phentermine.

A Spring in Your Step

While it can harm your best efforts to think that losing weight with phentermine will solve all your problems, it’s not unrealistic to recognize that losing weight will put a spring in your step, both literally and psychologically. When you’re overweight you are carrying around too much weight for your frame, meaning that there is more pressure on your body and joints, much as if you were carrying around a backpack full of bags of flour. This heavy backpack is likely to slow you down, make you tired and therefore mean you have less energy and inclination to do everyday tasks. Phentermine will give you the energy boost you need to get you started, but losing just a few pounds means your load is lighter and therefore you’ll be able to do things more easily and quickly. This will then release extra energy for you meaning a win-win situation as you start incorporating more activity into your life and therefore get even healthier.

This extra energy and increased level of activity has a knock-on effect on your mood too; feel-good chemicals are released as a result of healthier eating and more exercise, meaning that expecting to feel better about yourself and things in general is not a false expectation, but rather one of the amazing positive outcomes of starting to lead a healthier life with the help of phentermine.  As you lose weight with phentermine, to make sure the phentermine side effects you may be experiencing such as insomnia and headaches don’t leave you feeling less than your best, we recommend that you take a weight loss multivitamin with all the nutrients you need to be healthy and feel good from the inside out, including the natural appetite suppressant and mood-booster 5-HTP. Making sure you get all these important nutrients will also boost your weight loss as many vitamins and minerals which are typically lacking in our modern diets are crucial to burn fat, boost metabolism and supply energy to our bodies.  And, if the common phentermine side effect of dry mouth is getting you down, we also recommend the weight-loss boosting Phen Drink which is easily added to water for an on-the-go solution to dry mouth, and with the added benefit of increasing your metabolism to give you even more chance to lose weight with phentermine.

Healthy from the Inside Out

Wanting to get healthy is a major factor in spurring people on to lose weight but often the goal of ‘health’ can seem somewhat distant when you’re trying to maintain your exercise goals and healthy eating regime in the present. Put it this way, thinking about maybe having a heart attack when you’re 65 isn’t going to get you out of bed to do a workout on a Saturday morning or choose a salad instead of a burger at lunch. But, by changing your mentality to being a healthy person who has a healthy relationship with food and makes healthy choices because it makes you feel good will therefore fuel you to make more healthy choices. This way, you’re far more likely to be able to maintain your new lifestyle choices in the long-term. People who see the best phentermine results are those who find an exercise that they love and who recognize the importance of small changes which have a big knock-on effect on their weight loss and on themselves in general.

However, not all the health benefits of losing weight are long-term; there are many health benefits which people start to see after losing a few pounds, such as being able to walk up stairs without getting out of breath, feeling less tired and also relieving the pain of conditions like osteoporosis as you begin to put less pressure on your joints. Then there are the visible changes that come as a result of healthier living. Drinking all that water to help maximize your phentermine and upping your intake of fruit, veggies and crucial vitamins and minerals doesn’t just make you healthier, it also makes you look healthier too. Think: shiny hair, clear glowing skin, strong nails and sparkling eyes – and who wouldn’t want all of those?! Not to mention, eating healthily also makes you smarter, so it’s not just your body that benefits when you lose weight with phentermine, your brain does too!



Seeing a New Side to Yourself

As you lose weight you’ll begin to notice changes to your physical appearance as your face will get thinner, you’ll tone up and lose inches off your waist, arms and legs, and you’ll start to feel lighter and leaner, plus you’ll have more options when it comes to buying clothes. However, seeing a new side to yourself doesn’t stop with these physical changes; being overweight can be very restricting and often excess weight can become as a barrier between you and the world. This can be a physical barrier, in the sense that you may not be able to do the things you want to do for health and fitness reasons, such as getting out of breath easily. Or, it can also be a mental barrier; overweight people can sometimes step back slightly and stop themselves trying new things or doing things that they used to do due to fear, or other psychological barriers they’ve constructed over time. Losing weight can help you see a new side to yourself as the mental and physical barriers become weaker and you feel better able to take on new challenges, revisit old hobbies and interests, and try new styles.

Often, people losing weight find that what seemed impossible a few months ago is now an everyday thing, whether it’s making healthy choices, accepting new challenges or running a little further each day, and this kind of self-improvement can only bring more positive changes to your life. Keep track of these changes by connecting with people in the Facebook support group, or simply by keeping a journal tracking your progress, experiences and feelings, you give yourself the opportunity to reflect on your achievements, and when you recognize how much you’ve gained by losing weight, you won’t want to give it up. Those who see the best phentermine results and who are the most successful at keeping weight off permanently are those who recognize that healthy eating and regular exercise are for life and not just until they reach their goal weight. Many people taking phentermine worry that once their prescription ends they will gain the weight back, but phentermine is not a miracle pill, it’s the kick-start you needed to start out on what can be a tough journey. Recognizing how many changes you’ve made and the many ways in which you have benefited from becoming healthier due to your hard work and no one else’s, will inspire you to continue making these healthier choices to be the best version of you. For an extra boost while you’re taking phentermine or once your prescription comes to an end, we recommend that you take a weight loss supplement which will provide you with appetite suppression and an energy boost to help you continue to lose weight, and then as you transition into maintenance, which can be a whole different challenge to losing weight, but nothing that the new you can’t handle!


Have you noticed any of these or any other additional benefits as a result of beginning your new healthy lifestyle? Let us know by commenting below!

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  1. I am going to start it today 11/06/14. My daughter has lost 35 pounds in 2 months with no diet or work out. I myself work out and I need to loose 20 pounds so I guess we will see how it works.

    1. Hey Justin,
      Remember to check the blog for tips, advice and news about phentermine and weight loss, and GOOD LUCK!!
      Sally, phentermine.com

  2. I am trying to find a Dr or Weight Loss Clinic that prescribes Phentermine (the 37.5m) program in a place fairly closet to where I live. My daughter and sister-in-law both are very impressed by the program both price point and success rate. I live in The Villages, Florida 32162 if someone knows of a clinic to send me the closest place to star the program.
    R Delmoni

  3. Started the pill yesterday and felt AWEFUL. I ate breakfast around 6:30 and took the pill at 7. I started feeling weird sometime later in the morning so I ate some peanut butter crackers. By 1:30 I was going down hill fast. Today I took the pill first around 6:15 and then ate. So far I’m ok. How can I keep the bad feeling from coming back?

    1. Hi Ms.Floyd,
      I’m sorry to hear you had such a bad first day. Hopefully this was just an initial reaction to the medication which can be quite aggressive, especially at the start. Some people recommend taking half to start for the first few days as you adjust to the side effects and then work up to a whole pill. This article should also have some tips to help you – https://www.phentermine.com/blog/losing-weight-not-feeling-great/
      Hope that helps!
      Sally, phentermine.com

  4. I’m going to my doctor on Monday to get this and am so excited to lose this extra weigh I have gained. Everyone I know who has used this drug it has worked. I want to lose 40 pounds

  5. I have been in phentermine for a month and only lost 7 pounds. So when ppl say they lost 32- 20 pounds in a month I’m like yeah rite how??????

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