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Diethylpropion is a central nervous system stimulant which produces effects similar to amphetamines, but less intense.

Slang Names
None in common use; however, most stimulant drugs are referred to on the street as ‘uppers’.

Forms and Appearance
Diethylpropion powder is white and crystalline. As a diet pill, it comes in capsule form.

Medical and Other Uses
Diethylpropion was originally believed to be a ‘safe’ diet pill. However, it has been found to have many of the same problems as amphetamines. It is now used only for a few weeks in weight reduction programs supervised by a doctor.

Methods of Use
It is given orally for medical use, as a capsule. However, there have been reports of injection by abusers.

Effects of Use
Short-term
use of low doses can cause:

  • euphoria
  • feelings of well-being
  • often increased alertness
  • loss of feelings of tiredness

However, it can also cause

  • over-stimulation
  • nervousness
  • dizziness
  • insomnia
  • headache
  • psychotic episodes (rarely)
  • heart palpitations
  • increased heart rate
  • increased blood pressure
  • chest pain and irregular heartbeat
  • dry mouth
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • abdominal pain
  • diarrhoea and constipation
  • allergic reactions
  • sexual and menstrual problems

Long-term, high dose use can cause a state similar to amphetamine psychosis. (Psychosis is when a person suffers from delusions and hallucinations. Symptoms include hearing voices, paranoia and a fear of harassment.)

Tolerance and Dependence
Tolerance to the effects of the drug develops fairly quickly (within a few weeks), and long-term use can lead to physical and psychological dependence.

Withdrawal
If diethylpropion is stopped suddenly, withdrawal symptoms may include: extreme fatigue, ravenous appetite, depression, agitation, and feelings of distress or panic.

Overdose
Severe overdose can lead to convulsions, coma and circulatory collapse. However, deaths from diethylpropion are very rare.

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