Have you ever had that feeling that you are hungry, even after having a heavy meal? If yes, then than better start focusing on your health as it might lead to serious health issues. According to a research, fast eaters have a greater appetite than slow eaters. Eating slowly and chewing thoroughly gives your body and brain more time to release anti-hunger hormones and convey fullness signals. There is nothing bad having a meal at different intervals, however, if you always have that feeling that you want something in front of you to eat then it is red signal for health.
Let’s check out some of the reasons why you are hungry most of the times.
At times people usually misinterpret thirst with hunger and they eat food which makes them hungry. You should primarily focus on liquid during your whole day which will help you to stay hydrated and make you feel less hungry.
The reason why most of the people feel hungry is that they are stressed because of their personal or professional life. And to get out of that zone they prefer to eat food. However, better idea is to find some other substitute instead of eating like going for a walk or music to release stress.
If you are not getting enough sleep then you might feel hungry as experts say that levels of leptin (the "I'm full" hormone) drop, which in turn increases appetite and makes food more appealing. So make sure that you are getting enough sleep if you want to avoid overeating.
If you love to drink alcohol then it can also be one of the reasons as you feel hungry most of the time because alcohol dehydrates you and can trick you into thinking that you need food. This makes you eat more food when you should drink water.
If you are the one who prefers to eat fast and loves to end things as fast as you can, then it can be a sure shot reason why you are feeling hungry. According to a study, it was found that if you eat slowly then the hormones are released that tell your brain ‘no more’. So next time try to eat.
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