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What happens to your body when you overeat?

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Eating too much can affect your sleep, weight, and organs in the short and long term, sometimes it’s because of good taste, sometimes it’s a habit, or maybe it’s stress, but all of these things cause you to eat too much, according to the American medical website ‘LiveStrong’. “.

It takes about 20 minutes for the brain to send a signal to the stomach to tell you that you’re full, said Irma Levy, a dietitian at MD Anderson, and overeating occurs when you continue to eat beyond this stage of fullness.

The researchers found that overeating can lead to unwanted weight gain, and carrying excess weight can increase the risk of cancer, but it’s not just about unwanted calories, and overeating affects your body in many ways.

Overeating causes the stomach to expand beyond its normal size to accommodate the large amount of food, and the enlarged stomach pushes against other organs, making you less comfortable.

This discomfort can take the form of feeling tired, sluggish or drowsy, and your clothes may also feel tight.

Eating a lot of food requires your organs to work harder, releasing additional hormones and enzymes to break down food.

To digest food, your stomach produces hydrochloric acid. If you overeat, this acid may go back up into your esophagus, causing heartburn. Consuming a lot of high-fat foods, such as pizza and cheese, may make you more prone to heartburn, and your stomach may also produce gas. Which makes you feel uncomfortable.

Your metabolism may speed up as it tries to burn those extra calories, and you may temporarily feel hot, sweaty, or even feel dizzy.

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When you eat, your body uses some of the calories you consume for energy, the rest is stored as fat, and consuming more calories than you burn may lead to weight gain or obesity, and this increases your risk of cancer and other chronic health problems.

Overeating – especially unhealthy foods – can negatively affect your digestive system, as digestive enzymes are only available in limited quantities, so the more food you eat, the longer it takes to digest it.

And if you overeat frequently, over time, this slow digestive process means that the food you eat will stay in your stomach for a longer period of time and will be more likely to turn into fat.