Contrave is an experimental weight loss drug. This combined drug is being developed by the Orexigen Therapeutics Company.
Contrave drug contains two active ingredients:
1. Bupropion (approved by the FDA for the treatment of major depressive disorder)
2. Naltrexone (approved by the FDA for the treatment of opioid and alcohol dependence)
Contrave weight loss drug active ingredients affect the part of the brain that controls appetite and body temperature.
Influencing certain brain structures, Contrave (Naltrexone and Bupropion) pills suppress appetite and stimulate fat burning.
It is assumed that due to Contrave therapy, the patient will have:
Clinical studies have demonstrated that Contrave promotes weight loss in the first weeks of obesity therapy. More than half of the clinical trials participants total number could reduce their body weight by approximately 5% while taking Contrave.
It is noteworthy that along with reducing body fat percentage Contrave contributed to:
It should be noted that these diet pills should be discontinued if within a three months regular use of Contrave, the body weight decreased by less than 5% from the initial.
- There was published a convincing evidence that if a significant weight loss was not reached within three months of Contrave treatment, obese patients will not be able to lose weight with this drug.
The most frequent Contrave side effects are nausea, constipation, headache, vomiting, dizziness, insomnia, dry mouth, diarrhea.
As a rule, these side effects are mild or moderate.
In 2014 Contrave clinical trials will continue. After finishing studies, the FDA will examine the results and only then may approve Contrave pills for obesity treatment.
If you decide to buy Contrave drug, but these diet pills are not available in local pharmacies, try to find Contrave (Naltrexone and Bupropion) on online pharmacies. Before buying Contrave diet pills online, seek advice from a qualified pharmacist.