N. The feeling of agitation caused by a combination of hunger and a lack of or limited supply of food. Symptoms include irrationality and mood swings. When patient comes into contact with food they often attempt to hoard it or binge eat.
Some patients also report cases of extreme hanxiety when sharing a food from a common dish. The patient becomes hanxious that he or she will not receive his or her fair share.
Also, hanxious (A.)
Related to Hanger, (N). the a state of extreme irritability caused by low blood sugar
"I don't have any food at home and it's making me hanxious"
"When John ate most of the popcorn, Jane felt an hanxiety attack coming on."