Yes. Weight loss treatments can be prescribed remotely by a doctor, based on a patient’s medical history and symptoms.
Yes! Appetite suppressants have been proven to help people lose at least 5% of their body weight over the course of a year. Of course, you’ll see even better results when you couple this with diet and lifestyle adjustments which your doctor can recommend too!
All medication has potential side effects, however you may or may not experience them. The common side effects of the appetite suppressant we carry include dizziness, insomnia and nausea.
However, these are generally mild and the long-term benefits of weight loss are likely to outweigh these side effects. If you experience symptoms of a drug allergy, which can include swollen face, breathing difficulties or hives, seek immediate medical attention.
Always consult a doctor before taking medication for weight loss. Consult your doctor if you experience side effects that do not go away or persistently bother you.
There are many health benefits to losing weight. Apart from reducing your risk of getting arthritis and type 2 diabetes, losing weight can also lower your blood pressure, making it less likely for you to get heart attacks and strokes.
It can lower unhealthy cholesterol levels, reduce insulin resistance, and even help you get better sleep!
Better body image resulting from weight loss can also improve your mood, mental health, and sexual wellness.