Do you have the constant need to eat all the time despite having eaten substantial meals? If so, then there could be an explanation to it. Hunger is your body’s way of telling you that it needs calories, water and salt. It’s triggered by many factors including diet, hormones, metabolism and even stress. It’s important to know what’s causing your excess hunger as it could lead to overeating which in turn could cause a slew of health issues. Here’s a list of what might be making you eat in excess.
Dehydration is often mistaken for hunger by the body. Hypothalamus is the region of the brain responsible for appetite and thirst. And sometimes there could be a problem there which could cause this confusion. When your body really only needs fluids the wires in the hypothalamus get mixed up, causing you to want to eat while a glass of water would suffice. You could prevent this phenomenon by making sure you’re always adequately hydrated. Or you could just have some water when you feel hungry even after having eaten properly.