About 39% of all adults over the world are overweight.
Obesity is estimated to affect about 13% of the worldwide adult population, with women being more likely to become obese than men, according to the latest statistics released by the World Health Organization1.
Due to the rising prevalence of obesity, several strategies have been implemented to assist in controlling this epidemic.
There are numerous complications that are directly contributed to by the presence of excess fat in the body.
This includes many life-threatening conditions, including diabetes and heart disease.
Phentermine is a pharmaceutical drug that was developed to act as a stimulant. The drug is able to possibly assist in reducing total body weight when combined with an appropriate dieting and exercise program.
While the drug is effective, those individuals who are experiencing issues with their Thyroid gland are often advised to be cautious about using Phentermine.
In this article, we examine the possibility of using Phentermine to assist with weight loss in cases where a person may be experiencing certain conditions that affect their Thyroid.
We will also consider cases where the combination may not be appropriate, and when a physician should be involved in the decision-making process.