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What are some common side effects of Relacore?

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Despite Relacore's claim that there are no negative side effects to the use of Relacore, individuals who have used these pills have reported numerous side effects, such as minor to severe headaches, heart palpitations and blurred vision. Other common side effects include drowsiness, dizziness, and nausea, reports Diet Bites.

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Other Relacore users reported weight gain, menstrual disruption and blood pressure issues, which are three key symptoms of Cushing's disease. Thus, it is possible that Relacore users may either have or develop Cushing's disease, warns Diet Bites.

Cushing's disease occurs when the pituitary gland, part of the endocrine system, releases too much adrenocorticotropic hormone. This disease is caused by tumors or excess growth of the pituitary gland, which resides at the base of the brain. ACTH stimulates the production and releasing of a stress hormone called cortisol and controls the body's use of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. Cushing's disease is a severe illness when left untreated and can even result in death, according to MedicinePlus

Users of Relacore have also reported severe muscle weakness that results in the inability to walk or stand. Additional complaints revolve around weight gain, the inability to focus, and sudden onset insomnia, reports Diet Bites.

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