How does Semaglutide Therapy work for weight loss?
Individuals that have partaken in the Semaglutide Therapy weight loss program have reported a total loss of appetite, accompanied by a feeling of being bloated. The magic of the program is that you don’t have to control your desire to eat – just leave that up to us. Your doctor will ensure your right Semaglutide dosage for your body type and fitness objectives so you will still get the proper nutrients while losing weight! When your body adapts to healthy, decreased levels of food while you are on the Semaglutide Therapy program, you will need to eat less even after you have completed the cycle.
How much weight can you lose with Semaglutide Therapy?
The effects of whether Semaglutide Therapy works for you vary depending on the individual. This may take as little as up to five weeks to see a change, but others may have to wait until three to six months into the treatment to start noticing an adjustment. We have seen patients losing weight very fast with Semaglutide Therapy, in fact, we promote an 18-day weight loss guarantee.
What are the side effects of taking Semaglutide Therapy?
The effects of whether Semaglutide works for you vary depending on the individual. This may take as little as up to five weeks to see a change, but others may have to wait until three to six months into the treatment to start noticing an adjustment. Semaglutide is applied as a subcutaneous injection which is most commonly dosed at 0.25mL(0.5mg) to 0.5mL(1mg) once weekly. This dosing may be increased to 1mL(2mg) once weekly after one month of treatment if needed. This medication is generally well-tolerated and can be dosed continuously without breaking treatment with no diminishing effects.
Can you take Semaglutide Therapy long-term?
In a scientific trial, participants who went on the treatment on average were able to optimize all the effects of Semaglutide over a duration of 15 months. In fact, a gradual decrease in weight is likely to be healthier and sustainable for your body and mind to make safe adjustments to your treatment change. So, the outcomes do vary on the person, but many do in fact see a change – you just have to stay a bit patient!