Couples shouldn't get "hangry"

By: Matt McGovern Email
By: Matt McGovern Email
Researchers found that couples showed more aggression toward their partners when their blood sugar levels dropped.

Experts say people need energy or food to keep their self-control, and their temper, in check.

(NBC) - You've heard the term "hangry," right? When you're so hungry, you get angry? Well, apparently it's a real thing.

At least that's the findings of a new study that looks at couples.

Researchers found that couples showed more aggression toward their partners when their blood sugar levels dropped.

Experts say people need energy or food to keep their self-control, and their temper, in check.


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