Feelings Of Fullness Easily While Eating?
Hello doctor, I want to ask if I am on a diet, by adjusting my diet weighing it according to my needs but when I eat I am full, do I have to continue eating so that the calories that enter my body are enough or I stop eating but the calories are in my body is lacking?
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The human body has good regulations to keep the calories that enter the body sufficient for its needs. This regulation is regulated by hormones produced by the human body itself. The cooperation between these hormones will make humans hungry when their stomach is empty and their bodies need food, and will make humans feel full when their stomachs are full and their bodies no longer need to eat. If you follow the signs given by this body well, the physiology of the human body will run well too.
However, there are several conditions that can cause this physiological condition to not work properly. For example, people who continuously ignore the feeling of being full, which is signaled by their own bodies (eating even though they are full), people who have diabetes, digestive disorders (for example, gastric disease, intestinal infections, colitis, etc.), or other diseases. If you do not currently have a specific disease condition, you should just follow the signals that are given by your own body. Eat before you are really hungry and stop eating before you are really full. If you have experienced significant weight loss following your body's full hunger signal, it is best if you go to your doctor for further evaluation.
If indeed you have certain medical conditions (for example, you have a stomach problem) so that you can only eat very little (for example 1-2 tablespoons and you are full or even become nauseous and cannot eat), then you should see a doctor first.
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