September 06, 2019 3 min read
By Ana Reisdorf, MS, RD
Hunger is a physical sensation, just like having to use the bathroom, that is your body’s way of letting you know it needs food for fuel. A growling stomach is the most common sign of hunger, but you might also experience a headache, dizziness or mood swings (hangry, anyone?) when your body is in need of its next meal.
For most people, eating meals and snacks throughout the day is enough to keep hunger at bay for several hours. But some people experience constant hunger pangs even if they’ve just eaten. This can be frustrating, especially if you’re trying to lose weight.
If you feel like you’re always ravenous, here are a few reasons why you may be experiencing excessive hunger and what you can do about it.
If you’ve tried the above tips and still feel hungry all the time, it could be lifestyle related. Chronic stress and over-exercising can also result in excessive hunger. You may need to simply eat more calories, adding an extra small meal or snack, or restructure the timing of your meals to eat more frequently. Everyone’s metabolism is different and yours could require more energy than the foods you’re eating can provide.
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