Hunger is a natural instinct and plays an essential role in human survival. However, some individuals feel excessively hungry, a condition which is also known as polyphagia. There are a number of things that could be at play among which Diabetes is an important reason. Then, what are the causes of constantly hungry in diabetics?
Insulin refers to a hormone that is made by the pancreas. The pancreas can
automatically generate enough amount of insulin after people eating. Then,
insulin will mover the blood sugar into the cells, and lower the levels of blood
In Diabetes, the body either does not produce enough insulin, produce no
insulin, or has cells that do not response properly to the insulin. As a result,
there is too much glucose building up in the blood. The excessive blood glucose
will be excreted out of the body through urine. Therefore, although there is
plenty of blood glucose, the cells cannot get it.
Normally, when the cells do not get enough glucose, or blood sugar, they will
send a "message" to the brain that they need glucose (food) and it may need as
much as people can give them. How will the body express the need for glucose?
You may have guessed it, people become hungry.
Constantly hungry can be a sign of Diabetes, particularly undiagnosed or
uncontrolled diabetes. while, how to feel full on a daily diet?
There are some tips for your reference.
▪ When you feel hungry, drink a glass of water and see how you feel after 15
▪ Eat the meals and snacks on a regular schedule.
▪ Select high-protein foods that up to 20% of the daily calorie
▪ Eat fruits and vegetables that are rich in fiber, such as apples, pears,
and oranges, etc.
The best way for people with Diabetes to get rid of Constantly Hungry is to
receive effective treatment for Diabetes. In this way, diabetics can regain a