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New drug method helps patients lose weight – and keep it off “The craving for food has decreased”

Published: February 28, 2023, 10:00 a.m. Updated: February 28, 2023, 10:12 a.m.Olle Nielsen has lost 20 kilos five times. And five times he has gained the same amount. With a new drug treatment, which helps patients stay full longer, he has been able to maintain his new weight. Olle Nielsen has had problems with obesity for large parts of his adult life. He has tried most diets, lost weight – and then gained it back. – It is so easy to fall back into old patterns. I work as a self-employed person in the film industry and when I enter an intensive work period, I have prioritized health and weight, he says. When this summer, after a long holiday with healthy food and exercise, he still felt tired, worn out and lacking energy, he needed a change. As a self-employed person, energy and drive are important to be able to take on new assignments.Fast and stable weight lossThrough a friend, Olle came into contact with Yazen, which combines drug treatment with methods developed by a team of doctors, dieticians and psychologists and personal trainers. And the result was not long in coming. – I have lost around a kilo a week. My body is much more mobile and the stiffness and aches are gone I have a whole new vigor and energy and feel energetic and get things done – I don’t even put off the VAT return until the last minute anymore!The feeling of satiety lastsThe meals look much the same as before, but because the medication regulates the body’s own satiety hormone, the portions are now only half as large. Magnus Nyhlén is a doctor at Yazen and explains how it works. – When you eat food, a hormone is secreted that signals satiety and lowers blood sugar and causes the stomach to empty more slowly. This has been known for quite some time, but it is only in recent years that this hormone can be made to remain in the body long enough for it to have an effect. Reduces hunger and cravingsMedicines and Yazen’s method work together to make the body understand that the normal weight is not the patient’s current weight. Therefore, the weight loss becomes steady and possible to maintain – without the patient having to fight against hunger and cravings. – Many of those who come to us carry a lot of shame and guilt. They have tried to lose weight many times and tested all diets. And while they have been able to lose weight, it has been impossible to keep it off. By regulating the patients incorrect balance between the satiety and hunger hormone, we give them an honest chance to actually be able to maintain their weight. It is a total revolution that will play a major role in public health, says Magnus Nyhlén. – It is easy to follow the new habits. You don’t feel hungry and get used to a healthy way of eating. It certainly doesn’t feel like dieting, more like I switched to a healthier lifestyle – an investment in myself to stay healthy and be able to continue working, says Olle Nielsen. Read more about Yazen health here! About Yazen health:Yazen health is a Swedish healthcare provider, founded in 2021, with a vision to overcome obesity. Using a combination of modern medicine and lifestyle changes, patients are treated by their team of doctors, psychologists, dietitians and PTs. Behind Yazen health are the founders of digital healthcare providers such as MinDoktor, Blodtrycksdoktorn and Docly. The article is produced by Brand Studio in collaboration with Yazen Health and not an article by Dagens industri

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