Medical Weightloss with Semaglutide

Brands like Ozempic & Wegovy (two brands of Semaglutide) are getting well-deserved hype for their phenomenal weightloss results! Elon Musk & Kim Kardashian are two of thousands that have contributed their successful weightloss to SEMAGLUTIDE.

Semaglutide is part of a class of medications called GLP-1 receptor agonists, or glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists. It increases insulin secretion, which is good for diabetes. But at higher doses, it acts on centers in the brain and suppresses appetite helping patients adhere to a significantly reduced calorie diet.

Hormones, age & lifestyle affect our weight gain and loss, often making it hard to lose even with good diet and exercise. Semaglutide has been shown to get those stubborn pounds to come off.

Semaglutide is a medical prescription of a weekly subcutaneous injections where the dosing increases each four weeks.

On average people who take Semaglutide lose about 15% of initial body fat after 16 weeks. It is important to use this medication in conjunction with lifestyle changes to sustain results.

To see if you’re a candidate for the Semaglutide Weightloss at Body Lounge Park Cities, schedule your complimentary consultation, (972) 803-4432.

“Forget the Fat”

Semaglutide + Emsculpt NEO in Dallas, TX

We are reaching out to inform you of a new and exciting combination treatment that can enhance your body contouring results. By combining Emsculpt NEO with Semiglutide, you can achieve even better results and reach your desired body shape goals.

Emsculpt NEO is a non-invasive body contouring treatment for Non-invasive lipolysis that uses Synchronized High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) and Radiofrequency (RF) technology to stimulate muscle contractions and tone your muscles. Semiglutide, on the other hand, is a prescription medication that has been shown to aid in weight loss and management. When combined, these two treatments can provide even better results than either treatment alone.

Some benefits of combining Emsculpt NEO with Semiglutide include:

  • Enhanced fat reduction: Emsculpt NEO helps to reduce fat while Semiglutide helps you lose weight and reduce your overall body fat percentage.
  • Improved body shape: The combination of these two treatments can help you achieve a more toned and defined physique.
  • Increased confidence: By seeing improved results, you may feel more confident and satisfied with your body shape.

We would love to schedule a consultation with you to discuss this new treatment combination in more detail and determine if it is the right fit for you. Please let us know if you are interested and we will be happy to arrange a time that works best for you.
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How much weight will you lose on semaglutide?
The Semaglutide Treatment Effect in People With Obesity (STEP) trials have found that obese patients who take 2.4 mg of semaglutide weekly lose an average of 6% of their body weight by week 12. This roughly doubles to 12% of body weight lost by week 28.

How fast does semaglutide work for weight loss?
If you’re taking semaglutide for chronic weight management, you can expect to see some results by the end of the first month, though the low initial doses of this drug treatment mean the initial results will be subtle and only appear a few weeks in. Larger amounts of excess weight come off in subsequent weeks, with the peak weight loss happening between weeks 8-28.

Is semaglutide approved for weight loss in non-diabetics?
The FDA approved using semaglutide as an adjunct for weight management in adults without diabetes, but only under a doctor’s supervision and as part of a larger plan to treat obesity. When used in conjunction with evidence-based lifestyle interventions, such as improved diet and exercise, semaglutide injections can help treat obesity.

Do you need a prescription for semaglutide?
Semaglutide is only available with a medical provider’s prescription. Because of the risk of side effects or interactions with other prescription drugs and herbal products, you’ll need to check in with a practitioner on a regular basis as long as you’re using semaglutide as a weight loss medication.