Root Cause Weight Loss
Tracking your weight loss is a good idea. Keep track of when the weight loss began. Make a note of any additional symptoms you had at the time you lost the weight. This will provide your doctor with pertinent data that can aid in a diagnosis.( for the first page)
Medical and non-medical factors can both contribute to unexplained weight loss. A general reduction in your health and a corresponding weight loss may come from a confluence of factors. Medical conditions that result in weight loss frequently have additional symptoms. Sometimes a precise reason cannot be identified.
The following are some reasons for unexplained weight loss.
- Dental problems
- Depression (major depressive disorder) or other mood disorders
- Hypercalcemia(high blood calcium level)
- Hyperthvroidism(overactive thyroid)
- Hyponatremia(low blood sodium level)
- Parkinson’s disease
- Previous stroke or neurological disorders
How we treat the root cause of weight loss?
Finding the source of the weight loss can help address unintentional weight loss (the illness or medical condition causing this sudden weight loss). A nutritionist or dietician will advise the patient to follow a special diet and exercise regimen if no cause can be identified.
There are numerous causes of unexplained weight loss. From inflammatory to psychiatric problems can be included. As a result, it’s critical to get regular examinations every six months so that one’s health status may be evaluated. These regular examinations raise people’s awareness of their well-being and aid in preventing any medical issues.