Is Cylaris Safe?
To help prevent potentially dangerous risks, you should fully understand the Cylaris safety precautions. For instance, before taking it, tell your healthcare provider if you have certain medical conditions, such as heart problems, glaucoma, or high blood pressure -- Cylaris can make these conditions worse. Also, to help ensure your safety with Cylaris, make sure the manufacturer of your product is trusted and reputable.
Cylaris Safety: An OverviewCylaris™ is a supplement used for weight loss. It is not known if Cylaris is safe, as it has not been thoroughly studied (although one small study seems to suggest that it may be safe for some people). Based on the caffeine content in Cylaris, you should talk with your healthcare provider prior to taking it if you have:
- Any heart problems
- High blood pressure (hypertension)
- Any allergies, including allergies to foods, dyes, or preservatives.
Also, let your healthcare provider know if you are:
- Pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant
You should also be sure to tell your healthcare provider about any other medicines you are taking, including prescription and non-prescription medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements.
Specific Cylaris Warnings and PrecautionsWarnings and precautions to be aware of concerning the safety of Cylaris include the following:
- If you have high blood pressure, Cylaris may increase your blood pressure even more due to the caffeine content. However, this is not a problem for everyone, especially people who are accustomed to consuming caffeine on a regular basis.
- Cylaris contains a significant amount of caffeine, which can make anxiety disorders worse. If you notice increased anxiety while taking it, you may want to avoid Cylaris products.
- The caffeine in Cylaris can make some heart conditions worse. If you have any heart problems, do not take the supplement without first talking to your healthcare provider.
- There is some evidence that caffeine can affect blood sugar. If you have diabetes, you may need to check your blood sugar more often while taking Cylaris.
- If you have glaucoma, do not take Cylaris without first talking to your healthcare provider. The caffeine in the supplement can make glaucoma worse.
- The caffeine in Cylaris can increase calcium loss through your urine. This may be a problem for people who have osteoporosis. Check with your healthcare provider, as you may need extra calcium when taking Cylaris.
- It is not known if Cylaris is safe for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding (see Cylaris and Pregnancy and Cylaris and Breastfeeding).
- Cylaris can interact with a number of medications (see Cylaris Drug Interactions).
- If you decide to use supplements, what you see on the label may not reflect what is in the bottle. For example, some herbal supplements have been found to be contaminated with heavy metals or prescription drugs, and some have been found to have much more or less of the featured ingredient than their label states.
Therefore, make sure that the manufacturer of your Cylaris product is a trusted and reputable manufacturer. It is a good sign if a manufacturer abides by the rules of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). It is also a good sign if a product has the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP) seal, which means that the product has been independently tested and shown to contain the correct ingredients in the amounts listed on the label. Your pharmacist is a good resource for information about which manufacturers are the most reputable.