Adults who want to lose weight and keep it off can take a weekly injectable medication semaglutide. It reduces your appetite without having the stimulating side effects of conventional weight reduction drugs. Patients can lose weight using semaglutide and a diet and exercise routine. A low-calorie eating plan and an exercise routine customized to your lifestyle and skill level will be created with the assistance of a nutrition educator.
The patient’s initial weight affects the semaglutide dosage. Weekly injections are used to provide medications; these can be performed at home with a doctor’s supervision. Glucagon-like peptide-1, or GLP-1, controls appetite and food intake and is mimicked by the hormone semaglutide. Patients who take Semaglutide can lose weight gradually and securely by adhering to a low-calorie diet.