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Why the anxiety increases hunger?

Anxiety is often accompanied by an increase or decrease in appetite, which has to do with physical but emotional hunger.

The spread on one side or the disgust and rejection on the other, are a reflection of the body has high levels of stress.

Anxiety affects hunger because regulation of emotions is located in the same place in the brain called the hypothalamus, which regulates hunger, sexuality and emotions.

When you have an accumulation of emotions of fear or sadness, they begin to alter the other functions which regulates the hypothalamus.

Excess or lack of hunger
Losing hunger suddenly or suddenly arrives, depends largely on glucose and dopamine.

Hunger usually goes when paign anxiety is more related to a state of depression, and anxiety comes when predominates and anguish.

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