Your Thin Mentality Helps You Differentiate From Hunger And Fatigue

Your body talks to you in all kinds of ways.  Fatigue, hunger, cravings, thirst, etc.

If you are trying to figure out why you are tired, then use a logical, thoughtful Thin Mentality to decipher what may help you.  Try eating a little more protein.  Does that make you feel better?  Or try drinking more water, or less alcohol, or going to bed earlier, or getting up earlier, or drinking more or less coffee etc. etc.

The point is that there is no one answer that will work for everyone.  Drinking more water may help person A. But person B may need more easily digested carbohydrates… Who the heck knows?  You are a unique person with a unique body and a unique life.  And I bet you value that uniqueness.

So, instead of just reading from some book or website about some recipe for your success, do your own research and discover your “recipe” for yourself.  And the beauty of this is that your “research” will be very relevant won’t it. Why? Because it is being done on you!

So pay attention to your body.  If you feel like you are craving a big dessert, but then you eat it and you feel bad or sleepy and tired, then rethink that craving.  Try to see if you are interpreting it in a way that isn’t compatible with your true craving.

Enjoy learning about what works for you.  It is empowering.  You will enjoy saying things to yourself, “Well I have learned that if I eat a lot at lunch, I am not very hungry at dinner.”  Or, “I have learned that I am so much happier when I get enough sleep.” Or, “I feel tired if I work out 5 times a week, but I feel great if I work out 2-3 times a week.”

Discover yourself by paying attention.  You may be surprised how much you learn about yourself!!