By releasing a neurotransmitter called norepinephrine, appetite suppressants keep the brain from sending out hunger signals. Those same signals are the ones that the brain sends out far too often for people with longstanding poor eating habits, leading to either continued weight gain, or stifling weight loss. For many patients, it can greatly reduce the desire for the unhealthy foods that initially lead to weight issues. Imagine if instead of craving pizza and junk food, that a salad and an apple would suddenly suffice for dinner? And all of that without a pizza craving still lingering, but instead just satisfaction for having eaten, and eaten healthy.
Some appetite suppressants also trigger the release of small amounts of adrenaline too. This may trigger small surges in a person’s metabolism, and also aid the body in breaking down stored fat reserves. Those aspects pale in comparison though to the assistance patients gain in making substantial changes toward much healthier eating habits. Once those habits are combined with increased exercise and regular lipotropic fat-burning injections, patients can expect to see big changes!