Excess weight is something that I and many of my friends constantly struggle with. Fortunately for me, I don’t have to exert so much effort just to lose a few pounds and look a lot less slimmer. A little less rice at night and more movements during the day and I’d shave off some of that excess weight.
My friend, let’s call her Marie, isn’t as fortunate. She finds it difficult to lose weight even if she follows a medical diet. For the most part, she’s okay with her body. But after breaking the chair she was sitting on during a small party is enough to send her to the pharmacy to get phentermine without prescription.
But as I told her, phentermine diet pills won’t be really good for her. Once she gets off the pill, she gain back the pounds she shed — and more — rapidly. And she cannot afford to stay on the diet pill for the rest of her life. The side effects of the pill — shortness of breath, chest pain, severe headaches, confusion, severe depression, seizures, insomnia, swelling, unusual thoughts or behavior, blurred vision — won’t sit in well with her, or for any other woman that works as an online virtual assistant on graveyard shift.
So for now, she’s back to following her medical diet. We’re both keeping our fingers crossed that no monoblock chairs will break while she’s trying to lose pounds.