There are two main goals in an obesity treatment:
Any obese person who loses just five to ten per cent of their body weight will have significant improvement in health. This would mean between 12-25 pounds for an obese person who weighs 250 pounds.
To achieve this, the individual can:
Weight-loss surgery limits the amount of food that can comfortably hold in the stomach or it decreases the absorption of food and calories, or both.
Table below shows the Types of Medications used in the treatment of Obesity. This list is not exhaustive.
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|Drug||Action||Common Side Effects|
|Phentermine||Appetite suppressant - used for short-term treatment of obesity.|
|Orlistat||Prevents the absorption of fats from the human diet,thereby reducing caloric intake|
|Phentermine-topiramate||Phentermine is an appetite suppressant and topiramate is an anticonvulsant that has weight loss side effects.|
It is an Appetite suppressant. Also acts on the central nervous system by enhancing the effects mediated by serotonin. Used for long-term weight-control.
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