Health

Innovative method reduces the sense of hunger

Researchers at Emory University in Atlanta have discovered a pioneering method that promises greater success rates.Since out of the 160 million Americans who are overweight or obese, only 5-10% are predicted to see the scale of the scales fall with conventional slimming programs.

According to the findings of the survey, 100% of participants felt less hunger without complications or side effects, while some reduced their weight within three months. This is an experimental treatment in which the nerve cools the sense of hunger into the body. Specifically, the CT-guided ablation method has interfered with these signals.

With the help of CT, they identified the best route where the signal moves from the stomach to the brain, then stunned the area and whisked part of the lung nerve with the help of cold argon gas.

“The whole procedure lasts about 25 minutes and is almost painless,” explains Dr David Prologo, head of the study, while explaining that this method suppresses only one of the two paths of the signals, so we are talking about a reduction in the sense of hunger and not elimination.