Night Eating Syndrome refers to the consumption of a third or more of daily food intake after the evening meal and getting out of bed at least once during the night to have a high-calorie snack. In the morning, individuals with Night Eating Syndrome are not hungry and do not usually eat breakfast. These individuals do not binge during their night eating and seldom purge.

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