Constant cravings and binge snacking can derail an otherwise productive weight loss program. Frequently, usually during the initial first weeks of changing eating habits, the body can be placed under enormous stress, chemically and psychologically. These urges are an attempt to get you to revert back to your comfortable lifestyle and food intake. These selected suppressants were chosen for their ability to help you feel full and satisfied, even helping to ensure you don’t overeat at mealtime. When incorporated with your new healthy diet and regular exercise, the urge to snack mindlessly will decrease.
What To Expect
Anyone who needs to lose weight, whether for image or health reasons, can expect beneficial results by incorporating prescribed appetite suppressants into their weight loss program. If you have any of the conditions below, now may be the best time for you to introduce appetite suppressants into your daily regimen.
- Body Mass Index of 30 or Above
- Sleep Apnea
- History of Heart Disease
- High Blood Pressure
- Gallbladder Disease
Maintaining an ideal weight is imperative to healthy living. Implementing these specifically selected suppressants can greatly improve the results of your medical weight loss program as well as improving your overall health. The lack of desire to eat unhealthy foods will help keep blood sugar levels from spiking while ensuring the body is reaping the benefits of the nutrient-dense meals incorporated throughout the day from your new eating habits. Based on your customized program, a variety of oral suppressants may be prescribed including:
Diethylpropion stimulates your central nervous system, increasing heart rate and blood pressure while simultaneously decreasing your appetite.
Phendimetrazine also works in the central nervous system, increasing heart rate and blood pressure to help suppress your appetite.
Phentermine directly decreases your appetite. Combined with exercise and a reduced-calorie diet it will help curb cravings.
If you have any questions regarding the Appetite Suppressants available at Wexford Wellness, please Ask The Doctor by submitting your question on the form located on the right. You can also call us directly at 724-935-4300.