Sarah Klein of the Huffington Post says hunger may be caused by eating too little for breakfast, not getting enough sleep, drinking diet soda or high levels of stress. Excessive hunger may also be caused by a medical condition such as diabetes, low blood sugar, hyperthyroidism, Graves' disease and e
According to Healthline, an increase in appetite can be a symptom of various conditions, including stress, anxiety, depression, premenstrual syndrome, Graves disease or hypoglycemia. A person's appetite can also increase as a reaction to certain medications, including corticosteroids and antidepress
Warm colors, such as red and orange, are believed to cause people to feel hungry. Many fast food restaurants, such as McDonald's, Wendy's and Burger King, use these colors in their logo. Cool colors, such as blue and purple, are thought to suppress hunger.
Well-regarded recipes from Hungry Girl include one for barbecued mango tilapia and one for s'mores ice cream sandwiches. Both recipes have received good ratings and reviews on FoodNetwork.com, as of July 2015.
A common cause of headaches due to hunger is a dip in blood sugar, explains WebMD. When a person does not eat properly, his blood sugars drop extremely low in reaction, notes Headache MD.
Red and yellow do make people hungry, according to research results. People eat more when they are surrounded by warm colors, such as yellow, orange and red. Cold colors, such as blue, purple and black, suppress the appetite.
Iron pills can make people hungry by improving iron-deficiency anemia, which can cause poor appetite, according to azcentral.com. Except in cases of anemia, iron supplements are not known for increasing or decreasing hunger.
Stomach noises such as growling, rumbling and gurgling can occur while food is digesting both after and between meals, according to the Mayo Clinic. While hunger is often thought of as the cause of stomach growling, these noises are also produced by the release of acids and other digestive fluids in
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