10 Surprising Reasons behind Increase in Appetite

There are many things that make you want to eat much more often or in larger quantities than your body requires. Take a look at the weird things that increase your appetite.

Himanshu Sharma
Written by: Himanshu SharmaPublished at: Sep 10, 2014

Thing that make you Feel Hungry Constantly

Thing that make you Feel Hungry Constantly
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Right appetite is extremely important to maintain a healthy weight and stay well. There are many things that make you want to eat much more often or in larger quantities than your body requires. Take a look at the weird things that increase your appetite. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning
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If you see your hunger shoot up in the summer months when you spend most time indoors, the reason behind it could be the air-conditioner. We tend to eat more in cold temperatures as our bodies are trying to keep warm. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Exercise Routine Changes

Exercise Routine Changes
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Fitness experts suggest varying up your fitness regimen from time to time. Changing your exercise routine keeps things fresh and makes you stay motivated but can could also increase your appetite. This happens because your body is acclimating to a new normal and that can impact your appetite. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Wine

Wine
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According to a study published in the "Journal of Clinical Oncology", drinking a glass of wine before a meal stimulates appetite. If you have being struggling with appetite issues, ask your doctor whether this is a suitable option for you. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Eating Patterns

Eating Patterns
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Often doctors recommend changing diet patterns when you report lack of hunger to him. If you’ve made a change in the way you eat, for example - omelette for dinner or veggie soup for breakfast, your hunger may be shooting up for this very reason. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Flavours

Flavours
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Sometimes increased use of flavours (such as cooking in extra virgin olive oil, spices, herbs or flavoured vinegars) can boost your hunger and make you eat more. (Image source:Gettyimages)

PMS

PMS
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Food craving is one of the common symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). During their menstruation cycle, woman may feel hungry constantly. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Supplements

Supplements
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Supplements can affect one's appetite. One of the complications of the supplements intake is excessive hunger. If you start popping supplements, be sure to monitor your hunger levels. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Stress

Stress
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Persistent stress is one of the triggers for excessive hunger. In stress, the adrenal glands release the hormone cortisol, one of the hormones associated with appetite increase. Persistent stress can make cortisol to stay elevated and cause excessive hunger. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Medical Conditions

Medical Conditions
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Excessive hunger might also be tell-tale sign of an underlying medical condition. The health conditions associated with hunger are bipolar disorder, bulimia, worm infestations, hypoglycaemia, diabetes and hyperthyroidism. Some genetic disorders and chromosomal abnormalities are precursors to excessive hunger.(Image source:Gettyimages)

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