We Are Now Offering Semaglutide At Our Clinic!
Semaglutide Can Help Quite the Food Noise. Food Noise is the ongoing mental background noise and persistent cravings associated with food and hunger. This often leads to overeating, eating without genuine hunger cues, and struggling to effectively manage one's weight.
Semaglutide: A Valuable Tool
It's important to view Semaglutide as a valuable tool (a “crutch”) available to support you along your journey, enabling you to focus on what's most important— implementing lifestyle changes, making dietary modifications, and allowing your body the time needed to heal metabolically. Take advantage of the quieted “food noise” to focus on identifying and addressing your past negative dietary habits and weaknesses.
Equipped to Beat the Odds.
Most individuals who stop taking Semaglutide experience weight regain within a year. This is primarily because they fail to make the required lifestyle changes while on the medication, leading to a return to their old, unhealthy dietary habits. The encouraging news is that you have the ability to defy this statistic, and Medical WeightLoss & Wellness is here to provide the support necessary for you to experience long-term success.
How Does Semaglutide Work?
Semaglutide is a medication used for weight loss and treatment of type 2 diabetes. It’s classified as a glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist (GLP-1). It works by mimicking the GLP-1 hormone, which is released in the gut in response to eating. One role of GLP-1 is that it activates GLP-1 receptors in the brain, leading to increased feelings of fullness and reduced hunger. Those taking semaglutide are more likely to eat less and feel fuller when they do eat. Semaglutide also helps to reduce appetite by allowing people to feel fuller for longer.
What Else Do I Need To Know?
If you're presently using Semaglutide and would like to transfer to MWLW, please contact us for details. We accept HSA, FSA, and CareCredit.
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