Why Am I so Hungry?

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Hunger is a natural instinct that plays an important role in human survival. However, if you feel excessively hungry it can be caused by conditions such as underlying medical or emotional issues, it may be a sign of diabetes, Hypoglycemia, brain injury, Hyperthyroidism and Bipolar disease.
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People get hungry when their bodies need fuel. If it's been a while since you last ate, you may find your stomach is growling with hunger. If you are pregnant, you will probably find yourself hungry more often or needing slightly larger portions of food to make you feel full.
You get hungry for lots of reasons. Sometimes its time for your body to get more nutrients. Sometimes people get hungry when they are depressed.
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You may be hungry because you haven't eaten yet! If you have eaten and you are still hungry, your body may be telling you it needs more. If this is a persisting problem, talk to your
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Because you have not have eaten for a while. Or You Got The Muchies. Smoking That Will Do It To Ya. 8D. Also probably because I have no Idea what your home life is like I won't be
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When you wake in the morning, your body is in the fasting state. You have probably not eaten for 6 to 12 hours. You also have not drunk anything in that time. Your body is low on
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You are hungry because it is almost dinnertime! What's for dinner? You should go cook something
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