Semaglutide in San Antonio, Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, Lubbock, & Frisco, TX
Losing weight is difficult to impossible for many people. Genetics, diet, lack of exercise, physical injuries, lifestyle, and stress can all combine to keep you heavy. Semaglutide as part of a medically assisted weight loss program can help you lose the weight you need to attain the body you want.
What is Semaglutide?
Semaglutide, which is marketed under the brand names Wegovy and Ozempic, is an injectable weight loss medication approved by the FDA.
How Semaglutide Works
Semaglutide works by increasing your body’s sensitivity to insulin. It also decreases the amount of hunger hormone, suppressing your appetite
so you eat less.
How You Use Semaglutide
Semaglutide is self-injected once weekly. It can be used either for the short term or longer term to lose excess weight.
Is Semaglutide Right for You?

Semaglutide is an excellent weight loss option if you:

  • Have a BMI greater than 26.9 and have obesity-related conditions including high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, or sleep apnea
  • Have a BMI greater than 29.9 without obesity-related conditions
  • Are committed to achieving and maintaining a healthy weight through diet, exercise, and a healthy lifestyle
Effectiveness of Semaglutide
Published studies of Semaglutide have shown that people lost between 10% and 20% of their body weight on average.
How Losing Weight with Semaglutide Can Help You

When you lose even a few pounds of excess weight, you will enjoy tremendous benefits like these:

  • Lower blood pressure
  • Lower heart stress
  • Improved cholesterol levels
  • Improved blood sugar levels
  • Enhanced flexibility and mobility
  • Less joint back, leg, and foot pain
  • Improved breathing ability
  • Improved quality of sleep
  • Enhanced self-esteem and self-confidence
Want to discover the benefits of Semaglutide weight loss injections and how it can help you lose weight? Contact our team at Ally MD by reaching us at support@myallymd.com or by connecting with our Treatment Coordinator here.