4 Signs You Are Overdosing Sweet

4 Signs You Are Overdosing Sweet

Do you feel lost when you eat sweets? Do your eyes shut off and tongue roll while tasting desserts? Do you savor every millisecond whenever someone invites you to gulp sweet dishes?

You are not the only one— we all love stuffing sugar in our bodies.

Thanks to our brain as it gets trapped in the flirtatious conspiracy of sugar.


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The happy brain gifts endorphins and serotonin in our body— the “feel-good hormones”— which compel us to eat more sugar.

But sugar is that clever person who takes advantage of the “sweetness” of the brain and induces chronic diseases such as diabetes in return.

Well, that’s how sugar works in each of our bodies.

The good part is— it leaves the traces that you are overdosing yourself with it— and if you give a close look at those traces, you will find yourself in the better conditions in the time to come.

So, here is what happens when you overdose sweet.

  • You can’t stop munching sugar.

Sugar craving is the urge to eat something sweet which satisfies our tongue and gluttony ego.

Whenever you decide to eat sugar, your brain triggers the hormones which propel you to go for more and a few more and a few more.

Ultimately, you consume more when you start consuming it— credits to the high availability of the sugar products.

But that’s not it— the excessive sugar punishes you by sugar hangover.

It’s not literally the hangover like drinking alcohol, but it’s when the happy hormones in the body crash all of a sudden.

Think of something like high-volume endorphin hormone crashing after giving you a series of joy.

It works precisely like a drug which confuses your body and generates addictive traits.

If you have been craving for sugar, it’s because the reward center of the brain takes pleasure of it.

  • Lethargy runs in your blood vessels.

Do you know that each part of your body requires energy to function?

The brain needs more energy than any other organ.

To harness the energy, the brain uses a high amount of sugar in comparison to any part of the body.

The brain uses more sugar and sporadically yields and dampens the level of hormones.

The repeated process of yielding and crashing inculcates a fatigue feeling in the body.

Our body is stable when we have less volume of sugar in it.

As you raise the sugar ante, the blood sugar volume fluctuates, and so does the energy level.

There’s a proven fact that high-sugar intake also reduces the appetite.

It means that when you consume sugar, you’d prolly skip protein or fibers because your body sheds the appetite or cuts the urge to eat healthy food.

Hence, lack of healthy nutrients also suppresses your energy level making you a lethargic sordid.

  • The curious case of premature aging.

Through scientific history, we have been blaming fats for donating ill-effects to our skins.

We simply make food-fats the scapegoat for causing breakout, acne, or rosacea.

But it’s time for us to change the wrong narrative.

It’s the sugar which causes premature aging by affecting our skins.

The high blood glucose level damages or interferes with the nerve and capillaries of the skin— a diabetic neuropathy condition.

As a result, our skin gets less oxygen and blood supply which usher way for unhealthy skin.

If your skin has started to age much before you can think of— you are probably taking too much sugar.

  • The mood which is never good.

Again, the ever spiking and crashing sugar level in the blood simultaneously result in the jumping and falling off the hormones.

You may feel great now, and grumpy and gloomy the very next moment.

The only way to control your mood swings is by controlling your blood sugar level.

Make sure that your brain has optimum sugar for energy conversion.

It is what keeps you healthy throughout.