This is how your brain responds if you quit sugar



Web Desk: Habitually, people feel like ordering a dessert after every 2 or 3 days. It is our brain’s instruction who has addiction of sugar.

Sweet foods are highly desirable because sugar impact brain system known as mesolimbic dopamine system.

Have you ever wondered what could be happen to your brain if you quit having sugar?

Basically sugar is the most addictive drug. It directly impact a brain system, ‘Mesolimbic Dopamine System’. Dopamine release leads to intense feelings of eating more sweets, which can further lead to more cravings and addiction.

Like other drugs, quitting sugar is not easy, it leads to many withdrawal symptoms.

Quitting sugar’s withdrawal symptoms

While some people may adjust to functioning without sugar, most have to deal withdrawal symptoms that may affect your overall functioning.

It leads to excessive craving, headache, bloating, anxiety, diarrhea, nausea, fatigue, muscle aches, depression and hunger.

Tip: Add natural form of sugar in your life like raw honey, jaggery and fruits for tricking your brain better and quitting sugar in a healthy way.