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Dear appetite suppressant cause insomnia?
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In brief: Yes
Many have stimulants in them.

In brief: Yes
Many have stimulants in them.
Dr. Jeffrey Oppenheimer
Dr. Jeffrey Oppenheimer
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Dr. Stuart Wasser
Addiction Medicine
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In brief: Not neccesarily
Phentermine, and other fda approved stimulant drugs for appetite suppressiion may cause insomnnia but have often worn off when taken in the am. If this is a problem- lower doses can be used.
Additionally, there are other medications, not yet approved specifically for appetite suppression, such as topiramate and/or naltrexone, that work and are non stimulant medications.

In brief: Not neccesarily
Phentermine, and other fda approved stimulant drugs for appetite suppressiion may cause insomnnia but have often worn off when taken in the am. If this is a problem- lower doses can be used.
Additionally, there are other medications, not yet approved specifically for appetite suppression, such as topiramate and/or naltrexone, that work and are non stimulant medications.
Dr. Stuart Wasser
Dr. Stuart Wasser
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