Night Eating

Articles, Videos and treatment options for Night Eating Disorder

This emerging condition is gaining increased recognition among medical professionals. Its clinical importance relates to obesity as many people who suffer from night eating syndrome overeat; being overweight or obese comes with many negative health risks.

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Women Are More Prone To Night Eating Syndrome Than Men Are

MEDICAL experts said based on study more women especially the youth are affected by night eating syndrome or parasomia than men did. Parasomia, which affects all people in this planet, consists of those persons who still ate even when they are already sleeping. The people who ate while sleeping are also not aware of what …

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What Parents Need To Know And Watch Out For

Like all other physiological and psychological illnesses, eating disorders have its own set of risk factors that parents need to watch out for. One of these is that eating disorders are common to adolescents, for the reason that adolescence signals a big transition in one’s life. There are a lot of body changes happening in …

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What Is Night Eating Syndrome

Night Eating Syndrome is a relatively new eating disorder that is characterized by a lack of appetite in the morning time, and excessive eating at evening times. A person who suffers from this eating disorder usually eats more than 50% of his daily food after eight o’clock in the evening, and that is why he …

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Sleep Eating Disorder

Although usually categorized under sleep disorders, the sleep eating disorder can also be considered as an eating disorder. In fact, this is even more dangerous than the usual eating disorders, because aside from the fact that you are battling against obesity, you also have to run against the risk of getting injured. What really sucks …

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Nighttime Eating Disorder

Nighttime eating disorder constitutes one of countless variety of eating disorders. The nighttime eating disorder is a condition which is defined by a lack of appetite in the morning which is caused by a problem of overeating at night inadvertently. The nighttime eating disorder is different from other eating disorders such as binge-eating and bulimia …

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More Than Just A Midnight Snack

Having frequent late night visits to the fridge may not just mean that you are hungry; it may actually be indicative of a sleeping-slash-eating disorder. Night eating syndrome, as its name implies, is characterized by recurrent late night binges that has been happening for two months or more. Although it is classified as both a …

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Low Melatonin And High Cortisol Levels Can Lead To Night Eating

Night eating is a syndrome which is a manifestation of disorders of sleep, mood and eating habits. Night eaters cannot control their appetites once dinner starts. Raiding the refrigerator regularly during the night before bedtime or even after going to bed is one favorite activity thereby suffering from insomnia and mood swings. All of these …

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A Crunch In The Night

I know that the thought of having that delicious midnight snack might be something of complete wonder and fulfillment, but seriously consider your options. All that late night snacking is in fact an eating disorder or its own. The urges you get while your asleep, the urges you get while you’re awake; they are all …

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