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That’s right! According to certain studies, the stimuli we receive through our senses, thoughts and emotions, are the main culprits for our feelings of hunger.
The desire to eat may increase when we hear eating sounds, such as chewing and cutlery on plates, especially when we are with a large group.
The same concept can be applied when listening to music. Its sweet melody can make us crave desserts or sweets, even at strange hours. Imagine eating cereal: it’s fresh, tastes great, but it doesn’t make a crunching noise. That’s enough to take away you appetite, isn’t it?
Our ears are always alert and aware of the sounds around us.
In today’s video we’re going to teach you about each of the types of hunger we can experience, so pay attention to which ones you experience more often.
This practice is much used in Mindful Eating, which teaches us to feed ourselves with mindfulness, and always be focused on the present moment. In this way, we can learn more about how our emotions and senses influence our hunger.
Be aware of the different types of hunger, because will help you deal with any other food related problems you may have.
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