How to give your body what it really wants
Did you know that sometimes when you feel hungry, it’s your mind playing tricks on you? It’s true, especially when you’re experiencing boredom.
Next time your hunger strikes, ask yourself if it’s because you’re bored or need to eat!
Here’s how to tell the difference:
Is it Psychological or Physical
Hunger can come in different forms. Physical hunger happens when your body needs energy from eating and might make your stomach rumble or cause fatigue.
Psychological Hunger is better explained as a desire to eat and maybe thinking of a certain craving.
What causes psychological hunger?
Several mental factors may cause your brain to crave food. Boredom, stress, food advertising and a lack of sleep could all trigger psychological hunger.
How can you tell the difference?
Pay attention to determine if the symptoms are physically noticeable. If you still aren't sure, drinking a glass of water and writing about your feelings / symptoms can help clear your head.
How to avoid boredom-related hunger:
It’s okay to relax and feel bored every so often, but if your body doesn’t feel stimulated enough, you may start to feel psychological hunger.
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