Appetite Suppressants

An Assisted Approach to Natural Weight Loss

Overeating is one of the biggest problems you face while attempting to lose weight. There are many reasons why this occurs. Some are emotional eaters; they eat to soothe feelings that they do not know how to handle otherwise. There are others that overeat because they have problems that cause significant fluctuations in their blood sugar levels. When these levels drop, your body requires glucose to elevate it. The brain then signals that you should ingest more food. Appetite suppressants help curb these food cravings, so you can actually lose weight without complicating your efforts.

Appetite Suppressants and Craving Control

Prescription appetite suppressants address hunger cravings from the source, directly within the brain. They function within the hypothalamus to tell it to stop sending out hunger signals. Appetite suppressants regulate the hormones associated with hunger, and what the body does when it thinks that it needs more food. Essentially, it releases a neurotransmitter, when triggered, is known as the “fight or flight” response. This informs the brain, food is not needed. Many times, those who are obese are getting hunger signals for reasons other than the real need for food.

Small amounts of adrenaline and epinephrine are also released in the brain when triggered by appetite suppressants. When this happens, the body can begin to breakdown stored fat reserves and may trigger small surges in your metabolism. These things can help but are not the reason people rely on appetite suppressants. Only when they want help controlling their hunger cravings and losing weight.

Many appetite control medications and supplements for obesity have come and gone, but only a few have stood the test of time. Prescription appetite suppressants is one drug category that has been around since the 1950s. They have gone by many different brand names on their own, or part of a combination used to treat obesity. Though many of these have come and gone, some have stood out as safe, and useful tools for weight loss.

Do Appetite Suppressant Pills Really Work?

Clinical research studies have found that prescription appetite control medications have produced significant weight loss. Especially with the treatment of medical professionals. We have observed similar results from our own patients as well. You don’t have to take our word for it. See what our patients have to say about their experience with Healthy Habits Wellness Clinic.



Common Prescription Appetite Suppressant Medications

Our Approach

We take a holistic approach to help individuals with their weight loss. Prescription appetite suppressants are one tool we use. They go hand and hand with others in our weight loss programs providing safe and effective results. This method also encourages other aspects of weight loss such as better food choices. Overall exercise performance is encouraged as well. For many patients, this is a great solution. Our medical team at Healthy Habits Wellness Clinic can evaluate if appetite control medication is the right solution for you.

To learn more about how you can better control your appetite, curb those food cravings, as well as other weight loss options, get in touch with us. We provide a free consultation to discuss what options are best for you. Why? Because your health is our business 🙂



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