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6/21/2020

Lifestyle Factors That Makes You Feel Hungry After Eating








By Oluwasantino Akanni

Feeling hungry is a common problem for many people worldwide.
Often it’s the result of an inadequate diet that lacks protein or fiber. However, it could be due to hormone issues, such as leptin resistance, or your daily lifestyle.

If you often find yourself hungry after eating, try implementing some of the evidence-based suggestions above to help curb your appetite.

Being distracted while eating. 
Research suggests that people who eat distracted feel less full and have a greater desire to eat throughout the day. If you usually eat distracted, try practicing mindfulness to better recognize your body’s signals.


Eating too quickly. 
Research suggests that fast eaters tend to feel less full than slow eaters due to a lack of chewing and awareness, which are linked to feelings of fullness. If you’re a fast eater, aim to chew your food more thoroughly.


Feeling stressed. 
Stress raises the hormone cortisol, which may promote hunger and cravings. If you find that you’re often stressed, try incorporating yoga or meditation into your weekly routine.


Exercising a lot. 
People who exercise a lot tend to have greater appetites and faster metabolisms. If you exercise a lot, you may need to consume more food to fuel your workouts.


A lack of sleep. 
Adequate sleep is essential for regulating hormones, such as Ghrelin, levels of which tend to be higher among sleep-deprived people. Try setting a healthy sleep routine or limiting blue light exposure at night to get adequate sleep.


Not eating enough food.
In some situations, you may feel hungry after eating simply because you didn’t eat enough during the day.
High blood sugar and insulin resistance. Having high blood sugar levels and insulin resistance can significantly increase your hunger levels.


You may feel hungry after eating due to a lack of protein or fiber in your diet, not eating enough high volume foods, hormone issues like leptin resistance, or behavioral and lifestyle choices. Try implementing some of the suggestions above.

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