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Prescription Weight Loss
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Appetite suppressants are prescribed medications to make you feel full, suppressing the appetite. These pills trigger hormonal responses, which interrupt the brain’s signals telling you that you feel hungry and it’s time to eat. This includes a thorough medical evaluation with our board certified nurse practitoner and four Lipo B12 injections. The price does not include the cost of the prescription and required labs.
Suppresses appetite and cravings
Helps reduce stubborn weight loss
Easily lose weight
Easy-to-follow, low-calorie diet
Appetite suppressants work by tricking your brain into believing that you are not hungry and that your stomach is full. One way that they do this is by increasing the levels of the ‘feel-good’ hormone serotonin, which is responsible for regulating your mood, appetite and sleep patterns, among other things. If your brain thinks you are full, you won’t feel hungry, and therefore you are likely to eat less.
Prescription appetite suppressants are typically prescribed for patients with abnormal BMI and ⁄ or abnormally high body fat percentage. Appetite suppressants work by targeting the hunger centers in the brain to help you feel full while following a low-calorie diet. While taking prescription weight loss medications, it is important to begin making small behavioral and lifestyle changes, such as increasing your amount of daily physical activity and avoiding processed foods and sugar.
Appetite suppressants on their own are not a successful long-term weight loss strategy, but when used under the medical supervision and in combination with dietary and lifestyle changes and exercise, appetite suppressants can help you change habits to achieve your long-term weight loss goals.
Appetite Suppressants are safe under professional supervision. With all medications, there are risk factors involved taking appetite suppressants. Any side effects will be discussed with you at your initial visit.