Not good. It is not effective as diet pill.
Not very. Dexedrine (dextroamphetamine) does cause loss of appetite in many people and has been used for decades as a weight-loss medication. However, as soon as it wears off, appetite comes roaring back; and, over time, one needs higher and higher doses to achieve the same effect, which can result in other side effects.
Not very. Dexedrine (dextroamphetamine) was popular years ago as a diet pill, and it certainly can suppress appetite in the short term for most people. However, that effect tends to wear off over time, so either appetite returns or the dose gets raised, eventually to levels that are dangerous. When you stop the medication, the effect goes away, so regaining weight is the usual result. Read more...