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Hunger
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My friend and I went to a restaurant and ordered food. My friend asked the waiter to bring the food after an hour while I was dying of hunger. When the food arrived, I chopped everything in as fast as I can, while my friend was extending it as much as he can. I wondered.

So please tell me "How long does the brain take to tell stomach that you are hungry?"

Answers
ritesh
15 milisecond
N.Prabhakar
3 to 4 hours
Ishita Handa
It should take only about two minutes
kriti
10 min.
prachi
I would like to know about the different shapes and sizes of cells
anjali
Few minutes or seconds
MANIKANDAN
I think the brain four hours to tell the stomach that we are hungry because it takes four hours for digestion of food and after the eaten food is digested, then only we feel hungry.
udayranjan_e
4 hours
Nitu k
I think that the brain recognises our hunger immediately when the enzymes are secreted, by the intestine at about the time we usually take the food in, for digestion.
girish
23 minutes
rohit
It takes less than 1 hour
rohit
It takes less than 1 minute
Anvitha rai
Few seconds only.
VARSHA SUDHAKAR
45 minutes
madhulika mohan
57 seconds
Poornima
About one and a half hrs
MAYANK
1 hour
p.l.dey
Till the time stomach was full.
priyanka
1/4TH of a second
nameeta mahta
Less than one second
Pritha
1 millisecond
vishwendra
1/10th of second
kevin
Anywhere from 5-30 mins
Anju Santhosh
1/10000 second.
ramya
The brain takes only one second to tell that you are hungry.
uzair
2-3 seconds
vivekkannan
It takes 1/100 second to tell that we are hungry.
aparna venkatesan
A few seconds.
R.gayathri
It takes half an hour
GOPAL
When we are dying of hunger!
shivam arora
Seconds
chirantan
One hour
vishwendra
Nearly half a minute
Sanhf
2 sec
sweety samuel
One minute
KHUSHBOO ARORA
If we had eaten our food he brain will stop telling us otherwise it will go on.
geetha
15 milisecond
disha
A few seconds
KOMAL
1 SEC
twinkle
1000
achyuta
Immediately
B.KIRTHANA
30 Seconds
aduri ramakrishna
Brain has no business to tell stomach that you are hungry. Your belly produces some kinds of keytones that rings your alarm of hunger. That is it!
sneha
The brain does not need to tell the stomach that you are hungry. Infact,whenever the stomach is empty it starts movement which make a certain noise,and even without hearing this noise you can tell that you are hungry
Anam
Well,first of all thenerves carry the message to the brain. And second thing a brain doesn't tell the stomach that you are hungry. There is an acid(hydro chloric acid)HCL present in our stomach and it is harmfull,if it sticks to the wall of our stomach it starts to burn it and thus produce noise and it sometimes hurts too. This is how we feel hungry or we get stomach pains. The way to prevent it is -have your food at proper time that is neither too late nor too early. When we eat our food the HCL gets mixed with our food that is neccessary for digestion. HCL only gets produce when its time for us to eat. Therefore eat your food at proper time.
pramod kumars.s
It takes 4 hours to digest the food what we eat ...so 4 hrs .
R.Manoj Kumar
The stomach contains an acid named hydrochloric acid. When you are hungry the stomach makes these acidic preparations. When you eat the food it breaks the food down. When the acid preparations are complete. The brain gives a signal.
Jay Trivedi
After the previous food intake is digested then slowly in our body dilute hydrocloric acid which is continuous in its supply reacts with the stomach. Then the pain starts.
Gaurav Ragtah
Our body clock gets adjusted to our eating time patterns and so the salivary enzymes and the enzymes and acids of the stomach are secreted at those times. Due to changing pH levels (acidity levels ) in our body the brain is alerted and we get the sensation of hunger. That is why the time can differ from person to person.
srinitya
With a cap of 15 to 20 min
HEMA MAHESH
As we take food in the house, it is very nutritious,less fat etc. So we feel hungry soon.
Sarthak
1 hour
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