You are correct, there are weight loss pills for sale everywhere. There are no weight loss pills available that are without side effects, and many of them do not work. However, in certain selected patients, drugs for weight loss are recommended by physicians. It is unsafe for you to choose the right therapy for you without consultation from a qualified health care professional. There are multiple medications out there that reduce appetite and cravings for food. Many of them have the side effect of increasing your blood pressure or altering your mood. If you already have high blood pressure
, these medicines likely will not be right for you. Others act through binding fat in your intestine to reduce the amount of calories absorbed. These can cause diarrhea
and other side effects. My suggestion is that you schedule an appointment with you primary care physician
. He or she can recommend a route for weight loss that takes into account your past medical history and personal risk factors. Remember, no matter what he or she prescribes, weight loss has to occur by eating less calories than you burn. That formula is the one consistency in all successful weight loss strategies. Good luck.