About Tramadol

Tramadol and Weight Loss

Sometimes we eat food depending on our mood. Sometimes it ends up in a positive way and sometimes it not.

Tramadol, we can consider it from this angle. Something, that actually helps in treating to our weight-related problems such as gain or loss. Well, in this case, Tramadol is used for weight loss.

Tramadol Weight LossTramadol relaxes the muscles and making them be in steady state. Tramadol helps in tidy maintaining your body level. The presence of Serotonin–nor-epinephrine reuptake inhibitor would also help in reducing the obesity.

As long as you are taking Tramadol medication for your pain relief treatment, it will convert into Destramadol in the body. This Destramadol is an active metabolite which helps in perfect digestion of the food you take.

You must know that no it would give 100 percent result, but it will take time to work in your body. Some of the clinical studies have been done to find whether Tramadol can be used for weight loss. As a result, it earned around less than 3 percent of people who were put on to this experiment.

Every medication would definitely cause side effects and Tramadol is not an exception. Weight loss is one of the side effects caused by Tramadol medication.

The information that has been mentioned in the above were from the clinical studies. Tramadol has been studied extensively and its side effects have to documented in clinical studies. It shows that the weight loss is a possible side effect of the use of Tramadol.

However, we cannot make sure that it would actually work effectively in reducing your weight. And also weight loss won’t be a common side effect as it is not mentioned by any people who are taking it. This also says that weight loss is not a certain side effect caused by the use of Tramadol.

While you are taking Tramadol and if you notice any weight loss, then you should have to take a measure as follows and regular physical activities are necessary to prevent the weight loss or even for a weight gain.

So it is essential to take a regular physical activity to maintain your weight and taking measures of your weight will help also.

Keeping a healthy diet such as eating the meats, poultry, eggs, and nuts. Taking enough amount of vitamins such as fruits, grains, vegetable, and fat-free milk products.

Taking fats along with your other diets would also help. Keep in mind you should have to take a few saturated fats, cholesterol, trans fats, and sugar and salt as required only. Limiting your consumption of alcohol would also help.

Even after keeping up a good diet and still you notice a weight loss, then you must talk to your doctor.

Your doctor can suggest and direct you to handle your weight loss problem. Your doctor may also tell you about all other causes that contribute to your weight loss.

Some medical conditions can also be the reason for your weight loss. If you are taking food improperly it would also lead to a reduction in your weight.

Talk to your doctor and ask them for a decision which would help you in maintaining your weight and follow it as the guide.

If you are struggling to adapt to the different lifestyle, then you have to talk doctor, then they might some other medication that would help in treating your illness without affecting your weight.

As we have discussed in the beginning, few people might experience weight loss while taking Tramadol, but though it is not a big deal.

And if you found that you are still losing weight, then you must have to seek medical attention immediately. Tramadol may be the cause of a huge weight loss in you.

You should have to talk to your doctor about this problems. And if you found any significant weight loss when you are on Tramadol, then you should ignore it.

Carrie BSN, RN
Carrie is a registered nurse for almost 14 years now and she works at a local hemodialysis outpatient center in USA. She has around 9 years experience in cardiac nursing, orthopedic rehabilitation and 3 years experience in nephrology nursing. Carrie has been working as a freelance writer for three years now and has written many articles and blogs on nursing, pain, exercise, health and wellness.