How come I eat a lot, yet I'm still always hungry?Watch
Possibly. But it sounds like you may have a high metabolism (the speed at which your body breaks down food for energy). When your physical stomach is full, it's sends a signal to the hypothalamus which then sends a pain signal to the stomach. Because your stomach isn't full as the food is being sent to the large intestine, your body still thinks it's hungry. I hope this answers your question
You can get water bottles with like times on it to help you drink more e.g drink this much by 12 o'clock
So I'm a fairly active guy who's quite healthy and fit, yet I can't seem to fill myself up when eating. I often binge eat or eat excessive amounts due to me not being full, which will eventually fill me up. For example, I literally can eat a full pint of Ben and Jerry's ice cream and still not be full after eating it all to myself, and I'd still be able to eat more food. Whenever I go to the shop to buy some snacks I always end up buying excessive amounts as well; for example I'd buy two chocolate bars instead of just one and I'd binge eat them straight away. I'm not sure why I'm like this, it's frustrating being always hungry as it means my weight can be volatile and I have no self control. I'm by no means fat or overweight, so I can't understand why I'm like this. I eat very fast, and I often don't drink water for extended periods of time so maybe this has something to do with it?