If you feel hungry all the time, the first thing to do is to visit your primary care and have whatever tests s/he suggests. Many physical illnesses present with that symptom. If all is clear, then do find a good therapist to find out if your "hunger" is emotionally based.
Good luck! Peace,
Marian K. Shapiro
Naomi Jacobs, Ph.D.
This is a very good question. People eat for different reasons, some people eat when emotionally depressed, anxious, or if they are addicted to the types of food that they are eating, like sugar processed foods. You might want to see a therapist for this and process how the food you are eating is making you feel. Typically, if you’re eating a lot of sugar, usually sugar makes you feel better, which in turn will let you know that you might be dealing with some sort of depression or you might be missing something in your life. It’s a great thing to know when you going to therapy. I hope this helps.
I wish you the best.