Not having Breakfast? know the harm

Not having Breakfast? know the harm

Skipping Breakfast can have several health problems

The wise saying,

“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” has been spoken by countless moms throughout the ages.

Running late to work forgoing your breakfast or maybe too occupied to break your fast you had kept for long last night can be disastrous for your health.

Skipping the early meal keeps your body in the stressful state of fasting for longer, which can disrupt your metabolism in considerable and, apparently, life-threatening, ways.

The side effects of not eating breakfast negatively impact weight, hormonal health, memory, cognition, and mood.

1. Obesity 

Skipping breakfast may increase your risk of obesity or make it harder to lose weight. If you eat breakfast you are less likely to overeat throughout the rest of the day. Skipping breakfast may also trigger bad eating habits throughout the day, as cravings ensue and quick-fix fast foods are often sought out.

2. Low Energy level

Eating breakfast boosts your metabolism and increases your energy throughout the day. When you do not eat breakfast, your energy is reduced and physical activity levels decline.

3. Menstrual Irregularities

Female who consistently skipped breakfast had more menstrual irregularities. These dysfunctions included the severity of painful menses and irregular menstrual bleeds.

4. Lowered Cognition

Skipping breakfast negatively impacts a school-aged child’s ability to effectively problem – solve. Students, who consumed breakfast tested higher in standardized test scores, were absent less from school and were more on time to class.

5. Bad Mood

When breakfast is consumed, your mood temperament gets to improve. People experienced large improvements in mood when changes were made in diet, such as consuming breakfast regularly.

6. Physical Side Effects

Not eating breakfast increases your risk of hypoglycemia or low blood sugar. This condition can bring on physical symptoms such as shakiness, dizziness, weakness, headaches, tingling and a rapid heart rate, according to the National Institutes of Health.

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