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    Cant stop night bingeing !
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    An_267352 posted:
    Its like I fear going to bed without some food in my stomach ?
    I really need to learn how to bypass the kitchen before bedtime.
     
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    suzhappy724 responded:
    I too can't stop my night bingeing but I keep my chocolate hoard right beside me in my nightstand drawer. I am addicted to candy and I eat ALOT of it every single night....for the past 3 years! I am obese and my ankles are giving out on me, none of my clothes fit and I rarely leave the house. I never have friends over, I have barricaded myself behind all this fat and all for the love of chocolate.
     
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    atti_editor responded:
    For me bingeing at night (or at least the temptation to) is fairly common --- If I don't keep my mind and body active before bed, food is absolutely what I gravitate toward (especially while watching tv). This article has some good tips to help lessen nighttime eating that might work for you: http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/put-the-brakes-on-nighttime-overeating#2


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