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Stay Hydrated to Stop Overeating
The question of the hour: Am I really hungry, or is it just boredom setting in? It’s not uncommon for the brain to associate other feelings — specifically thirst and fatigue — with hunger, potentially leading to a snack break when we’re not really hungry in the first place. Staying hydrated and catching up on sleep are two of the best ways to keep mindless eating at bay. Another solid test? If you’re not hungry enough to eat an apple, chances are it’s not mealtime yet.
The Takeaway: Stay hydrated and well-rested to avoid overeating.
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One great recommendation is to drink a large glass of water if you think you are hungry, if the 'hunger' goes away then you were probably dehydrated, but most people can't tell the difference between the body craving water and hunger, probably because most of us are never truly 'hungry'.