Losing interest in food or not feeling hungry at all could be signs that something is wrong with your health. While it is normal to not feel hungry once in a while, but a prolonged loss of appetite should not be ignored. If you start to lose your appetite and not feel hungry and you are concerned that your body is not getting adequate nutrition, then you should pay attention to see if you are experiencing any other symptoms that indicate a medical problem. There are many reasons for not feeling hungry. While some of them could just be a result of increased stress levels, there could also be an underlying medical condition that is causing you to lose your appetite. So what is the reason for not feeling hungry? Let's take a look.
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