Turns out hunger is a stronger motivator than fear or loneliness

Turns out hunger is a stronger motivator than fear or loneliness
 

What would make you actually make the effort of running for ten minutes?
Being chased by something scary? Feeling lonely? A glass of water? Or the promise of a giant pile of nachos once you’re done?
If you’re only feeling moved by the third option, don’t stress – you’re not alone.
In fact, the majority of us are more motivated by hunger than fear, thirst, or loneliness, according to a new study.
Research conducted by the National Institutes of Health and published in Neuron conducted a series of experiments to find out which motivates us the most: hunger, thirst, or fear.
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1 October 2016 in Lifestyle, Views: 41
Source: Metro
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