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Weight Loss Injections
At Balle Bliss Luxury Medical Spa, we offer semaglutide injections. These injections are FDA-approved for use during a weight management plan and provide a safe way to accelerate weight loss so patients can reach their goal weight as quickly as possible and enjoy an improved body composition.
They work by increasing insulin secretion, working similarly to one specific hormone known as GLP-1. This hormone is primarily responsible for regulating appetite. When you begin using this injectable, you’ll feel less hungry, eat less, and as a result, lose more weight. When used during a weight loss program, semaglutide injections have several benefits aside from weight loss.
Your appetite can be one of your greatest barriers to weight loss. You’ll naturally feel more hungry when you restrict your caloric intake and increase your caloric output. It may feel like you’re hungry all day, every day, but the good news is that with our weight loss injections, we can change that. These injections will suppress hunger signals in the brain so that not only do you not feel as voraciously hungry, but you’ll also feel fuller faster.
With a reduced appetite, you try to stop thinking about food, especially the foods that won’t support your goals but instead can consume the necessary amount of calories and nutrient-dense foods to lose weight and avoid constant hunger pains.
Frequently Asked Questions
Once you begin using semaglutide injections to enhance the results of a weight management plan, you can feel confident in the treatment process, knowing that not only are they FDA-approved, but we will monitor you throughout your treatment plan. These injections are safe when used as directed. During your initial consultation, we will learn more about your treatment goals.
After asking you some questions about your current health and your health history, we will design a plan with the right amount of semaglutide. We will give you details about how often you should administer it to achieve optimal results.
Results vary among patients, but some patients may experience positive improvements in body composition within the first few weeks of beginning the treatment process. So long as you pair your treatments with a healthy lifestyle, you can expect increased weight loss and improvements in your overall body composition.
Semaglutide weight loss injections are administered to the subcutaneous tissue below the skin’s surface. The active ingredients are housed in an injectable fitted with a very fine and short needle; administering them only takes a few seconds.
We will give you detailed instructions on how and where to administer the injections once we determine you are a good treatment candidate. While self-injection may seem intimidating at first, it’s a quick and virtually painless process that will take you seconds a day to complete.
Typically, patients administer injections weekly on the same day every week. There are no specific requirements regarding the time of day you administer semaglutide, and you can administer it with or without food.
If you want to lose weight, whether that’s the last few pounds or a significant amount, but aren’t reaching your goals as quickly as you’d like, you may be a good candidate for our semaglutide injections. When medically monitored by a professional, these injections are a safe solution for weight loss.
Patients must be in good health before undergoing treatment and understand that a commitment to a healthy lifestyle, including a clean diet and regular activity, is important to achieving their desired results. Patients should also understand that these injections are not a forever solution but a temporary way to enhance an existing weight management program.
If you’re looking for a way to supplement your weight management plan and accelerate weight loss, semaglutide injections are a safe and effective solution. If you’re interested in beginning a treatment plan with these injections, we can give you more details about how they work and what you can expect from the treatment process.