Sharon Osbourne is giving up Ozempic after losing 19 pounds
Sharon Osbourne is one of many celebrities who has publicly shared her experience taking Ozempic for weight loss. However, the presenter of The Talk UK, 70, revealed that she is giving up the use of this medication after losing 19 kilograms.
Ozempic is a prescription drug approved by the FDA for people with type 2 diabetes. Ozempic's function is to affect the brain by giving satiety signals. In Hollywood, but not only, also in Albania, Ozempic has turned into a weakening trend. Its widespread use for this purpose has also led to shortages in the market for people who are sick with diabetes.
What are the side effects of Ozempic?
Taken once a week by injection into the thigh, stomach, or arm, Ozempic comes with common side effects such as nausea and diarrhea, and sometimes vomiting or constipation.
What happens when you stop taking Ozempic?
Although Osbourne successfully lost weight, she decided to give up Ozempic. A study in the Journal of Pharmacology and Therapeutics found that most people taking semaglutide regain most of their weight within a year of stopping the medication, which can be difficult to monitor.