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Binge-Eating: A Life-Threatening Eating Disorder

Mohajan, Devajit (2023): Binge-Eating: A Life-Threatening Eating Disorder. Published in: Innovation in Science and Technology , Vol. 2, No. 4 (15 July 2023): 62--67.

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This study deals with binge-eating (BE) that is a deeper negative psychological problem and a severe life-threatening eating disorder, which is characterized by eating large quantities of food within a short period of time; with a feeling of a loss of control during the eating. Binge-eating is seen common among both genders of obese people; and also common among students and irrespective of smokers and non-smokers. A person of binge-eating faces difficulties in working life, social life, and relationships. S/he often feels guilty, also disgusted and embarrassed after eating. Actually binge-eating ultimately damages well-beings of sufferers. Early detection and evidence-based treatment can recover the binge-eating patients.

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