Appetite Suppressant Q&A
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Table of Contents:
Why choose an appetite suppressant?
Will I be hungry when taking an appetite suppressant?
When can I see results from appetite suppressants?
Who is a good candidate for appetite suppressants?
Where is the best place to get appetite suppressants?
Appetite is defined as a natural desire or urge to satisfy a bodily need, such as satiating hunger with the consumption of food. Every day, we feel the need to refuel our bodies, and this is often presented through hunger or cravings for certain foods. This is a normal and healthy sensation, although, in excess amounts, appetite can lead to weight gain if not properly managed. The suppression of appetite can aid in weight loss and may be achieved in a variety of different ways, including medications.
Appetite suppressants are recommended for certain patients as part of a weight loss program. While they are seldom prescribed on their own, they are effective when taken alongside appropriate lifestyle changes, such as regular exercise and a healthy diet. Appetite suppressants are an ideal choice for patients who have failed to produce promising weight loss results from regular exercise and a proper diet. They can help curb cravings, eliminate excessive hunger, and avoid overindulgent calorie intake.
People who take appetite suppressants will not feel hungry while the medications are in their system. The duration of these suppressants will last depending on the type and the metabolism of the patient, however, most appetite suppressants last for several hours. After the appetite suppressants wear off, it is normal to feel hungry; this hunger is typically not compounding. This means that the hunger experienced after taking appetite suppressants will not reverse the effects of weight loss harnessed from the medication.
The length of time that it will take to see results from appetite suppressants varies from patient to patient and depends on several factors, including:
• The age of the patient
• The weight of the patient
• The patient’s weight loss goals
• The patient’s metabolism
• What other weight loss methods are used
Based on the aforementioned factors, patients may see results from appetite suppressants over the course of a few days, although most patients see results within a month.
Good candidates for appetite suppressants include those who:
• Have a BMI of 30 or higher
• Have a BMI of 27 or higher combined with diabetes or hypertension
• Are not taking antidepressants or anti-anxiety medications as these can interact with appetite suppressants and cause adverse reactions
• Are not pregnant or breastfeeding
• Exercise regularly and eat a healthy diet
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list; there are other traits that contribute to ideal candidate for appetite suppressants. For more information about if you are a good candidate for appetite suppressants, contact Just Lose Weight today.
The best place to get appetite suppressants is through a board-certified physician who specializes in weight loss. While countless vendors, both online and in-person, offer appetite suppressants, it can be hazardous to one’s health to acquire these medications from these sources as different appetite suppressants can have different effects on the body, many of which will be unknown until experienced firsthand. A qualified medical professional will be familiar with the different types of appetite suppressants and will know the potential risks for each one, allowing them to choose the most appropriate appetite suppressant for each individual.
At Just Lose Weight, we are dedicated to providing you with all of your appetite suppressant needs. Our medical professionals are experienced providers of appetite suppressants and can help you achieve your desired weight loss goals with these proven medications. We have three locations in Maryland to better serve you: one in Gaithersburg, one in Takoma Park, and one in Rockville, MD. We serve patients from Gaithersburg MD, Takoma Park MD, Rockville MD, Germantown MD, Frederick MD, Silver Spring MD, Colesville MD, Potomac MD, Clarksburg MD, Bethesda MD, and College Park MD.