How Do You Get Rid Of The Effects Of High-dose Slimming Drugs?
Hello, please help me, recently I took slimming drugs, not without reason I believe this drug because it is already well-known in social media, and the owner I think is quite reliable, after I consume this drug my appetite is under control and my stomach feels full , but the effect I became dizzy, and difficult to sleep, after being careful I only saw on the packaging of the drug there was only the logo of BPOM alone there was no number of BPOM and other information, I consumed this drug for 2 days and after that I only sleep about 3/5 hours a day, it is very difficult to sleep even though my eyes are sleepy, after 2 days of use I stopped taking the drug, but why I still have trouble sleeping, how to eliminate the effects of these drugs, please help, thanks 🙂
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
It is not recommended to consume products that are not registered with BPOM because it is feared that there are ingredients that are harmful to the body and there is no valid scientific evidence regarding their benefits. If you have already consumed a product that is not registered at the BPOM, you should stop taking it and immediately go to the doctor.
If it is suspected that the product contains anti-inflammatory agents (eg steroids) that may have affected hormonal function, your doctor may plan therapy to prevent the effects of withdrawal syndrome. Generally this is done on long-term consumption of the product, for example over 2 weeks. If the substance is not suspected to be present in the product, your doctor may suggest stopping the product and monitoring your health condition.
Meanwhile, trouble sleeping can occur due to side effects of the product that is not registered. However, there are also a number of other possibilities that can cause difficulty sleeping, including:
Environmental factors, such as noise, lights are too bright, the temperature is too hot or too cold
Psychological factors, such as stress, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, etc.)
Poor living patterns, such as smoking, drug abuse, drinking alcohol, intermittent hours of sleep due to demands for shift work, etc.
Physical factors, such as hormonal disorders, respiratory disorders, heart disease, urinary system disorders, etc.
The risk factors for having trouble sleeping can affect each other and usually do not stand alone. You are advised to consult a doctor or psychiatric specialist to evaluate the problem of sleep difficulties. Through a series of history taking, physical examination, and supporting examinations (if there are indications, for example: blood tests), your doctor will help identify the underlying cause of your sleep problems and provide appropriate treatment. The use of sleeping pills is only allowed if there are indications and must be based on prescription and doctor supervision. As a suggestion, you can take the following steps to help overcome sleep difficulties:
Create a comfortable bed atmosphere, for example: turn off the room lights before bedtime
Avoid the habit of using a cell phone or other device before bedtime
Limit consumption of drinks containing caffeine, for example: coffee, especially before bedtime
Manage stress well
To enrich insight, you can read articles about sleep difficulties. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.