NASHVILLE, Tenn. (NEWS10) – It’s something many of us can relate to, the painful combination of hunger and anger, also known as being “hangry.”
Scientists may have figured out why it happens.
The American Psychological Association says it’s all about the vibes around you.
Environmental cues and your emotional awareness makes all the difference.
They found the hungrier you are, the more likely you are to be angry. Researchers say seeing something negative will make you hungrier.