What is Stomach Botox?

Stomach botox is a new method recently used to combat excess weight. Thanks to this innovative application, the patient enjoys the advantage of being able to diet more easily by reducing the feeling of hunger.

Today, many people want to lose weight in order to have a more aesthetic appearance and a healthy and fit body. However, the number of people who cannot diet because they cannot control their appetite and therefore cannot reach their ideal weight is too high to be underestimated. So, what should we do for our excess weight that we can’t get rid of?

Developments in health and medical aesthetics have revealed a brand new operation technique that has come to the rescue of those who cannot diet in recent years: stomach botox!

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Who Can Have Stomach Botox?

Stomach botox is not applied to patients with any complications or lesions in their stomach. However, apart from such situations, anyone between the ages of 18-65 with a body mass index below 40 can benefit from this application. Patients who have difficulty in dieting or who cannot get results from long-term diet programs and exercises may lose weight. In the treatment of obesity, a loss of 10 to 20 kilos can occur in a period of approximately 5-6 months. The amount and duration of weight loss after stomach botox varies depending on the person’s genetic characteristics, age, race and eating habits.

In terms of the duration of stomach botox effect, it is of great importance that the patient brings a new system to his eating habits. If the patient does not adapt his eating habits to a new rhythm, it is inevitable to regain the lost weight. At the same time, the patient’s daily exercise for about half an hour to 45 minutes will help maintain weight loss.

Nutrition After Stomach Botox

Liquid nutrition is applied for the first three days in the nutrition of our patients who have undergone stomach botox. In the liquid diet, vegetable soups, full-fat and lactose-free milk, all liquids should be sugar-free, low-calorie and gas-free. Tea, coffee and herbal teas should be consumed without sugar. Alcohol should not be taken because it prevents the melting of fats due to high calories. In the first week, in addition to the foods we apply for the first three days in liquid and soft nutrition, yoghurt (fat-free strained yoghurt is important for protein source), low-fat boiled broth and thick soups can be consumed.