. . . . . . . . As we all know, the performance of diabetic patients is “three more and one less”, one less refers to weight loss. In addition, obesity is likely to cause insulin resistance, affect blood sugar control, and cause type 2 diabetes. It is also a risk factor for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. In daily life, you will also find that many diabetic patients are obese and have large belly. It is undeniable that fat people are prone to diabetes, and subconsciously think that it is better to lose weight if they have diabetes. In fact, diabetic patients are not as thin as possible. Long-term low body weight may lead to health problems such as fatigue, malnutrition, and decreased immunity. For the weight management of diabetic patients, the correct approach is to make obese people lose weight, let thin people gain weight, and finally return patients to normal weight.  . . . . However, many sugar friends suffer from weight loss during treatment, so is this appropriate? Some may be the cause of treatment, some may be other reasons, should pay attention to and pay attention to unexplained weight loss. What are the reasons for sugar friends to lose weight? How to deal with weight loss? What are the reasons for sugar friends to lose weight? 1. Diabetes caused by poor blood sugar control itself, glucose cannot be fully absorbed by the body, the body often provides energy by breaking down fat and protein, resulting in excessive consumption of fat and protein, so patients will become thinner and thinner, which is in insulin This is particularly evident in patients with type 1 diabetes who are absolutely deficient. Diagnosed diabetic patients will lose weight if their blood glucose is not well controlled. 2. When diabetes merges with other diseases, diabetes is susceptible to bacterial infections, especially the infection of tuberculosis or the recurrence of the original tuberculosis, which will cause significant weight loss. Diabetes is susceptible to thyroid disease, tumors, and digestive tract diseases. 3. Diet control is too harsh, overkill, and lifestyle too harsh, resulting in insufficient energy intake and nutritional deficiencies, leading to weight loss. 4. Excessive exercise leads to significant weight loss. 5. Effects of hypoglycemic drugs Known metformin, SGLT-2 inhibitors (dagliflozin, carpagliflozin, englitazone), GLP-1 agonists (such as liraglutide, exenatide) Etc.) all have the effect of weight loss, and individual individuals will also lose weight after use. In short, diabetic patients should maintain a reasonable weight, and a planned weight loss is needed for treatment. If there is an unexplained or unexplained weight loss, it should be followed and further evaluated. Find the cause and treat in time.  . . .