Subcutaneous Injection given once a week!
Self-Administer on the same day every week.
Semaglutide is a GLP-1.
GLP-1 is a normal body hormone produced in the small intestine that stimulates insulin secretion and inhibits glucagon secretion, contributing to declined blood sugar levels. Shorter-acting agonists of the GLP-1 receptor are remarkably potent at lowering post-meal glucose spikes, whereas longer-acting GLP-1 agonists have a balanced effect on lessening both post-meal as well as fasting glucose levels. This GLP-1 agonist has portrayed its beneficial and positive repercussions on hyperglycemia in addition to decreased appetite and reduced daily caloric intake.
This medication can be very effective for weight loss and controlling blood sugars and lowering HbA1c for diabetic patients. One of the main ways it works is causing your stomach to empty very slowly and regulating the hormones that are responsible for hunger and burning fat. The weight loss with semaglutide is slow and steady and consistent but the side effects can be very uncomfortable if you take too much too quickly. Side effects are also a problem if you don't listen to your body and try to eat when you are not hungry, have large meals, late meals or greasy food. Alcohol may also exacerbate your side effects. Eating lighter smaller meals is very important.
We are here to help you with adjusting dosages and dealing with side effects. Your monthly fee of $420 a month includes office visits and monitoring, please take advantage of this!