Why Your Diet Is Making You Moody?

Here are the top seven reasons why your diet makes you more moody than normal.

 

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When you undergo a diet, you are changing your body's composition. This means that your hormone levels are adjusting to fit your body's new demands. As a result, you can persona can become a little moody. It is common for someone on a diet to be a little grumpy, short tempered or tired. Here are the top seven reasons why your diet makes you more moody than normal.

The Three Hs

When you are on a diet, you are dealing with hunger pangs, headaches and huge loss of energy. Your lack of food can cause you to become angry. Therefore, you are hungry and angry. Some people refer to this a hangry. Headaches can be caused by the lack of food, and we get our energy through food. So if you are not eating that much, you are not getting energy. When you diet, a small amount of hunger is expected. However, you should not overdo it. You need to eat at least 1,200 calories a day to keep the mood swings at bay.

You're Cravings Are Taking Over

Your mind is stuck on thinking about your cravings. You are missing your favorite foods terribly, and the thought of being deprived of them can make you a little snappy. It is okay to miss food, but you should not fall into a depression because of it. The best way to stay on a diet is to give into a craving at least once a day. It does not have to be a big deal. It can be a half a serving of your favorite thing. This will keep your mood elevated, and you are more likely to stay on your diet.

You Skip Meals

Skipping meals is never good. You lose energy, and your body cannot function properly. When you skip a meal your blood sugar level is lowered, this can lead to you feeling irritable. Irritability leads to a bad mood. So do not skip your meals.

You Are Not The Social Butterfly

Some people find that being on a diet can be limiting to their social life. They can no longer hit the bar after work and partake in a few cocktails and appetizers. They are also scared that they may over indulge on birthday cake if they attend a party. When you are on a diet, you do not have to make yourself an island. You can have fun without overindulging. Limit yourself to a small piece of cake or eat before you go out. You do not have to stay closed up like a hermit just because you are on a diet. If you are attending happy hour, ask for a low calorie drink or seltzer.

Workouts Are Wearing You Out

When you are a diet, you are working out five days a week for sixty minutes. It can be exhausting. Exhaustion is a mood killer. When you participate in intense workouts, you can suffer from exhaustion. When someone is exhausted, they can become moody. The best way to beat exhaustion is to find a workout that has you hyped. For example, if you like to dance, find an exercise that incorporates dancing. That way you will be more exhilarated than exhausted. Going to sleep early and doing the recommended eight hours can also help combat exhaustion from exercise.

Journaling Sucks

Trying to remember what you eat and how many calories you burned a day can be exhausting. Keeping a journal can be time consuming. You can become moody when you forget the details or when you think of all the things you could be doing besides journaling your daily diet and exercise routine. You can also develop a sour mood when the numbers are not what you want. If you eat similar things each day, journaling can be less time consuming. Downloading a smart phone app to help you keep track is also a way to help with keeping track of your progress.

The Weight Is Not Falling Off Quickly

People can become discourage when the weight is not falling off fast enough for them. As a result, they can become moody. Losing weight is a journey. It is not going to happen overnight. You have to prepare yourself for a few setbacks. Besides, if you lose weight slowly, you are more likely to keep it off.

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