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In older people, the most frequent cause is psychiatric pathology and, specifically, depression In Table 2 the possible causes of unintentional weight loss are presented. Track When weight loss is involuntary, it is usually documented or corroborated by the family, without apparent cause and in people without significant previous weight fluctuations. If the dietary intake is inadequate, psychosocial causes should be investigated and, in the elderly, physiological alterations of aging (dry mouth, loss of teeth, alteration of taste, etc.). When associated with asthenia and anorexia, it is referred to as "constitutional syndrome" and is usually related to digestive malignancies.