I'll be the first to admit that sometimes I eat when I'm not hungry.
Many times it's because I'm bored or because I'm having a bad day.
Chances are you're the same way.
The problem is that when you eat too many calories, you can gain weight.
If you're looking to lose a few pounds, figuring out why you're eating when you aren't hungry can help you make better choices and finally see that number on the scale going down.
Here's why you might be eating and what to do about it.
1. Maybe You're Really Just Thirsty 🍵
Next time you think you're hungry, try drinking a glass of water first.
Sometimes your #body tricks you into thinking you're ravenous, when really it's just been too long since you picked up your water bottle.
If you're still hungry five minutes after some water, go ahead and have a small snack to satisfy your hunger.