Are there any weight loss medications that give actual results without needing to change your day to day life? If so, what are they?
In dreams. It doesn't work that way. If it did, there wouldn't be a new "miracle" pill or diet every few weeks. Many weight loss drugs/appetite suppressants are "speed"-like drugs (including cocaine, methamphetamine); can't really recommend any of them (especially coke or meth). Your body habitus (constitution/body build) reflects your habits.
Weight Loss Medicati. Weight loss medication should only be used as an adjunct to caloric restriction, dietary modification, and behavioral modification. There is no magic weight loss pill.
Yes and no. There is no medicine to help you lose weight excepting throughb appetite suppression and reduced intake. However combining different meds (not fda approved) can give significant (>10% wt loss) more than 50% of the time. Meds include low dose phentermine, topiramate, naltrexone, zonisamide and others. Combinations must be used to get any results.
Weight loss pills. The short answer is "no". For patients with bmi (body mass index) over 30, appetitie control pills can be an effective way to start losing weight. You can lose up to 5-10% of your weight. But unless you change your eating and exercise habits, you will just gain the weight will come right back. The pills are not a long-term solution. Available pills include phentermine, meridia, and orlistat.