What to look for in professional cleaners

What to look for in professional cleaners


Time is a very precious thing to give to someone. There are many people who think that the money is more important than anything in this world. For them nothing is more important than the money. However, when we grow up we realize that money can be earned easily, but what you can’t do now is to take some time out and do anything you want. Most of the time there is only one holiday, and you don’t want to waste it doing stuff like cleaning or buying groceries etc. Many people like to stay in their houses and spend time with their families. So what should they do about cleaning their homes? Of course they need some kind of assistance with that and they can get it in the form of professional cleaners. Now the main problem arises, there are so many around us, so who to trust now? Well, if you are in the same kind of problem, following are some of the things that you should look about them:

·        Staff:

The first and the most important thing is the staff they are having. If they are cooperative, supportive and helpful, do trust them. This will be your best experience.

·        Machinery:

Some carpet cleaning companies do not only use the hand washing. They also use machines for many carpets as well. If it is convenient, do visit them and see what kind they are having.

·        Location:

Location should be near your house so that it will be easier for you to take your carpet to them. In Home Carpet Cleaners, Carpet cleaning Toronto is the best choice you can have. They are fully equipped, have the best staff and they also give you pick and drop facility. Now you don’t have to worry about anything.


   Features of the drug Phenteramine

   Features of the drug Phenteramine

Phenteramine became a popular drug in the United States for weight loss ever since it received approval from the US Drug Enforcement agency. However, the drug has been placed in the category of controlled substance as a schedule IV drug. This is actually used as a prescription weight management aid in overweight people with extremely high body mass index.

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Phenteramine is a natural monoamine alkaloid derivative. The chemical name of the compound is 1,1-Dimethyl-2-phenylethylamine. Its molecular weight is 149.237g/mol. Phenteramine acts on the central nervous system of the body and suppresses appetite. This makes it a suitable prescription weight management aid for people who are being treated for obesity. This drug is only an adjunct to a weight reduction regimen consisting of exercise, calorie restriction and behavioural modification. Phenteramine comes in many generic forms under different brand names.

 Let us take the example of Qsymia. Qysmia is a combination of Phenteramine and topiramate extended release, an anti-epileptic drug. This combination features fixed doses of Phenteramine and Topiramate. This is a popular drug which is used for chronic weight management in adult patients with an initial BMI of 30kg/ square metres, 27kg/square metres and in the event of the presence of one weight related medical condition such as type 2 diabetes mellitus or hypertension. Qysmia is sold in the form of tablet which is administered in the morning and never in the evening due to the possibility of developing insomnia.

                                       Adverse effects

  • Primary Pulmonary Hypertension can develop in an individual who is taking Phenteramine in conjunction with fenfluramine or dexfenfluramine for weight loss. However, there are also cases, though rare, where the person has developed PPH even when Phenteramine was used alone. Symptoms of PPH include dyspnoea or difficulty in breathing, syncope, edema of the lower extremeties and angina pectoris of the heart. If an individual manifests the above mentioned symptoms, the treatment should be immediately terminated and the person should be medically examined for pulmonary hypertension.
  • Valvular heart diseases such as serious regurgitant cardiac valvular disease affecting the mitral valve, aortic valve or the tricuspid valves have also been reported in persons who were taking a combination of Phenteramine and fenfluramine or dexfenfluramine. The action of Phenteramine in causing such valvulopathies is not very clear. No direct link between Phenteramine and valvular heart disease has yet been established. However, cases of valvular heart disease in patients who have consumed Phenteramine alone have also been reported.
  • The consumption of Phenteramine in combination with other weight loss drugs such as serotonergic agents, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and even herbal products is not recommended because the safety of such combinations have not been positively established by scientists. Phenteramine should also not be used with alcohol because of the risk of adverse drug reactions.

The above mentioned side effects are rare. Some common side effects include sweating, tachycardia, palpitations, nausea, constipation, headache, nervousness, thirst and insomnia. Phenteramine is not known to cause acute liver injury simply because there has never been any such reported case.