Benturex 30 mg Clobenzorex
Benturex 30 mg Clobenzorex (also known trademarks Asenlix, Finedal or Rexigen) is a stimulant drug used as an appetite suppressant. In the 1970s, it was usually prescribed to treat obesity , but it was later banned in the United States and other countries after various adverse reactions were observed with its use. Until the year 2000 it has been available in several European countries. In countries where it is prohibited, clobenzorex has been used by athletes who ingest it to reduce fatigue, increase attention and improve reaction times during athletic activities.
Among the side effects that clobenzorex can cause are: dry mouth, agitation, alertness, tachycardia, palpitations, constipation , urine retention and difficulty sleeping. It can have other consequences more severe, even fatal, such as those arising from a pulmonary hypertension crisis or a heart attack. It is a medication that creates dependence and withdrawal syndrome if consumed over a long period of time.
- Substances that make urine more alkaline (acetazolamide, sodium bicarbonate), because they make it more difficult to eliminate amphetamine and can increase its toxic effect.
- Inhibitors of monoamine oxidase (MAOI), since they can cause hypertensive crisis.
- Other medicines to suppress the appetite.
- Allergy to the substance, children under 12 years old and the elderly.
- Psychiatric disorders such as anorexia nervosa or depression.
- Cardiovascular diseases and arteriosclerosis.
- Severe arterial hypertension.
- Hypertrophy of the prostate or any obstruction of the urinary tract.
- History of drug or alcohol abuse.