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binge in Illness & disability topic

bingebinge2 verb [intransitive]  informalDFMI to do too much of something, such as eating or drinking, in a short period of timebinge on Whenever she’s depressed, she binges on chocolates.→ See Verb table
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bingeMy flatmate moved out a month ago, and in that month I've used it as an excuse to binge.Right from the beginning the dieter should be learning to eat according to internal hunger cues and not to binge.Suppression of feelings such as anger, disappointment, grief, anxiety, or even excitement, can lead them to binge.I would binge and vomit or just not eat at all.A crash diet will leave you hungry, you will binge and you will not get anywhere.I don't need to binge any more - I can have plenty to eat at mealtimes.Bread will stop you feeling hungry, and lessen the temptation to binge on high-fat, high-calorie foods.