There are visceral sensations in your stomach. It’s liking and wanting. It’s thoughts, about food, hunger, and eating. It’s physical weakness, dizziness, anxiety, headache, irritability, and inability to concentrate. It is also transient changes in blood glucose, increases in plasma grehlin, motilin, and leptin. It’s time since your last meal, the sight and smell of food, and the extent to which you like this food. It is a physiological state and a subjective state that differs from individual to individual. This is a behind the scenes look at hunger.
Then there are habits, patterns of behavior, motivation, frustrations, goal setting, goal pursuit, goal attainment. It’s mental preparation like visualizing and rehearsing and adjusting your thinking. It’s developing your desire into an intention and then your intention into a plan to implement your intention. It’s persevering, talking yourself through difficult times, making deals with yourself so you can keep to it. It’s resolving personal conflict so there can be personal change. All of these goings on and more are behind the scenes of your woman psychology for losing excess weight.