Nocturnal eating syndrome and its consequences.
Author(s):
Stuti Sharma, Srishti Negi
Keywords:
Night Eating Syndrome, Night Eating Disorder, Sleep Quality, Bulimia Nervosa
Abstract
The night eating syndrome (NES) is a medical condition that includes both eating and sleeping problems. It is a relative condition involving morning anorexia, evening hyperphagia and/or nocturnal ingestions, and insomnia, is garnering more recognition for its involvement in the development and maintenance of obesity. An electronic search was implemented in PUBMED, GOOGLE SCHOLAR, RESEARCHGATE, SCIENCEDIRECT database. Search terms included: ‘night eating syndrome’, ‘night eating disorders’, ‘sleep quality’, ‘binge eating’. The findings of these studies show that night eating syndrome impacts the sleep quality and causes other morbidity. Overall, the Night Eating Syndrome had considerably lower sleep quality and sleep efficiency. The recognition and effective treatment of NES may be an increasingly important way to treat a subset of the obese population.
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Unique Paper ID: 155153

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 84 - 87
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