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Despite eating dinner and making sure to eat a lot, people sometimes still get hungry at night and get "night-munchies" or require a midnight snack. What attributes to this hunger?

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    Hello! Welcome to Health SE. I am voting to close this question because questions asking for personalised medical adivise are off-topic in this community. However, you may edit this question to make it less personal and I am sure we are looking at an interesting question here. – Rana Prathap Jul 4 '15 at 3:47
  • @RanaPrathap Oh oh okay. – Feyisayo Sonubi Jul 4 '15 at 3:50
  • What you describe is not hunger. See a doctor. – Carey Gregory Jul 4 '15 at 15:46
  • Welcome to Health SE! Here on Health, we cannot reliably answer this question, as it is a personal medical question. There are too many factors and too much information that we don't have access to, so we can't properly diagnose you. Check out Are personal medical advice questions on topic here? or the disclaimer on the sidebar of this page. I would recommend that you see a doctor instead. Thanks :) – michaelpri Jul 4 '15 at 20:13

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