Beijing: Whenever we keep our stomach empty for an hour or two, we crave to eat something. We feel hungry if we workout a lot, or play continuously without intaking food. But, did you ever think, why it happens? Why do you feel hungry?
Well, to clear out all your confusions, we have given a brief explanation below that why this happens?
A particular subset of neurons located in an enigmatic region of the hypothalamus plays a central role in regulating appetite and body weight.
The findings, published in the journal Science, illuminate a previously unknown neural mechanism of feeding regulation and offer new perspectives on understanding changes in appetite in mice.