Approximately 6-8 weeks per vial of medication (varies on patient dosing)
Semaglutide is the generic name for Ozempic and Wegovy, the
GLP-1 medications that are rapidly gaining popularity as safe and
effective long-term options for weight loss.
Semaglutide is a powerful prescription weight-loss medication that is injected once a week to suppress your appetite. The medication dosing can be adjusted based on how you tolerate the medication and your weight loss goals.
This weight loss medication is for those who are serious about losing a significant amount of weight in a short period of time.
GLP-1s medications regulate blood sugar levels by increasing insulin and decreasing glucagon only when blood sugar levels are high. GLP-1s ( Semaglutide, Ozempic) also improve whole-body energy metabolism by increasing insulin sensitivity of muscle cells and regulating fat cell development.
GLP-1s (Semaglutide and Ozempic) slow how quickly food moves from the stomach to the intestines. This helps you feel full for longer by regulating sugar absorption in the intestine.
GLP-1 medications (Semaglutide ad Ozempic) are clinically proven to reduce inflammation markers, leading to decreased inflammatory response and oxidative stress.
Semaglutide is injected once a week subcutaneously either morning or night. It is recommended to be injected either in the belly or in the thigh. Alternating different injection sites every week. We recommend Increasing your water intake daily due to increasing thirst and helps keep your bowels moving. The medication slows down gastric emptying so you will feel fuller faster. However, making an attempt to eat healthier and exercise will increase the rate of weight loss.