It is not uncommon for people to try using diet pills, powders, shakes and other ‘easy’ ways to lose weight. Although this may seem appealing, you should understand and know the possible side effects from using Hydroxycut before using this popular weight loss drug.
This is a weight loss supplement that is thermogenic in nature. It claims to raise the metabolism of the body. This results in weight loss and quicker fat burning. The maker of the product claims that an individual can lose weight faster when combining Hydroxycut, exercise, and diet instead of just doing diet and exercise alone.
Because side effects could be caused by one ingredient or a combination of ingredients, it is vital that those who decide to use the product know the ingredients in the supplement. Not only does the supplement contain oolong tea and green tea, but it also contains:
If you are sensitive or allergic to these ingredients, you should not use this supplement.
One of the most commonly reported side effects of using the supplement is headaches. They are common during the first week and can be accompanied by slightly higher blood pressure. If the problems persist after the first few days, discontinue using the supplement and see your doctor.
Acne on the chest area and the face is also a common side effect of using Hydroxycut. Many users have reported getting acne on their face, along with their jawline, while using Hydroxycut. For some, the acne cleared up after they stopped using the supplement, and for others, they decided to use prescription acne medication to treat their skin.
Another serious side effect that some users have experienced while using the supplement is liver damage. Several agencies, including the FDA, have stated that individuals who take the supplement at the recommended doses may have an increased risk of having an injured liver. Signs of liver damage in the body are:
Vomiting, abdominal pain and unexplained weakness may also be signs of liver damage. In fact, there have reports of liver damage severe that users needed to have liver transplants.
Individuals who have taken the supplement have reported feeling fidgety, nervous and anxious. These side effects could be about the caffeine that is in the supplement. To minimize this side effect, users can start to begin taking a small dose and gradually increase their intake of the supplement. If you start at a dosage that is too high, you may inadvertently give your body more caffeine than it can handle at one time.
The skipping of heart beats and heart palpitations are just of the scariest medical side effects of the supplement. These can also be the effects of the caffeine. It is a stimulant, and you should schedule a consultation if you experience low blood pressure, increased heart beat and skipped heart beats.
Hydroxycut is a weight loss supplement and has claims of helping individuals with their weight loss goals. However, there are some side effects associated with the supplement, like acne, that should be considered before taking this diet supplement.