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After a good dinner, one can forgive anybody, even one’s own relatives.” – Oscar Wilde.
Remember the night you pushed away your plate in aggression and slept the entire night empty stomach, regretting it later? It has always been amazing to study the interrelationship between emotions and food. While being ‘Hangry’ literally means anger arising due to lack of food, we strongly believe that it is the other way round too. One might abstain from eating due to a surge of aggressiveness and impulsivity. Likewise, one might end up eating more than usual.
Being hungry for a prolonged period of time can actually hamper your life. Here’s how- Hunger has an effect on your productivity, intellectual and even interpersonal relations. We all have the experience of going for meetings or attending lectures empty stomach. That made us really attention deficit and we hardly remember anything from those sessions. Instances where you got furious on your colleagues on trivial matters, just because the delivery guy had not shown up, are also common. Hunger causes rapid shifts in your hormones just as anger does. The Limbic system, located just under the cerebrum is the responsible for fear, anxiety and anger. It’s a part of your central nervous system. Like majority of our organs, the brain too needs a good supply of glucose and oxygen to function optimally. Scarcity of which causes the limbic system to release stress hormones like epinephrine and cortisols. These in turn are responsible for the all the reflexes that occur when you are angry.
From the above pieces of evidence, it is clear that hanger can be avoided by ensuring that we don’t skip meals. Eating timely has numerous other benefits. Keeping us sane is one of them.