What is Acxion C 30mg used for?
Acxion C 30mg is an anorexigenic medication, that is, it serves as an appetite suppressant, resulting in a reduction in body weight by eating less. This feature makes it appropriate for overweight treatments. Its main uses are:
- Treatment of exogenous obesity, caused by situations outside the body itself, such as leading a sedentary life or excess in food.
- Anorexigenic, to help you lose weight by using it as a dietary supplement.
Dosage Acxion C 30mg
Patients can take Acxion both as a single tablet in the morning (before breakfast) or as a split dose. The split dose consists of two 15 mg Acxion pills during the day, usually one before breakfast and one before lunch. Patients suffering from night cravings are good candidates for this second option. Acxion extended-release tablet is ideal for patients who prefer to take a pill in the morning but experience the effects of medication throughout the day.
Side effects Acxion C 30mg
Acxion C 30mg is an effective and affordable weight loss medication, but it can produce a range of undesirable side effects. These reactions range from mild to severe.
While some people experience many side effects, others take this medication for months with no adverse effects at all.
Common Side Effects
As a central nervous system stimulant, Acxion causes a wide range of side effects.
Common reactions to Acxion include:
- Constipation or diarrhea
- Dizziness (mild to moderate)
- Headache (mild to moderate)
- Heart palpitations (racing heart)
- Hyperactivity or restlessness
- Impotence or change in sex drive
- Increased blood pressure
- Insomnia (trouble sleeping)
- Mood changes (worsened anxiety, depression, rage, etc.)
- Nausea or vomiting
- Unpleasant taste in mouth
- Upset stomach
- Xerostomia (dry mouth)
These side effects are typically manageable at home and go away within 1-2 weeks as your body adjusts to the new medication. We have Alvalin in stock.