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  mfmylifesrsly  |  15

Noooo she shouldn't! OP have them put a lock on your fridge, or better yet tie yourself to your bed. lol this reminds me when my ex would drive to jack in the box at 1am while he was on ambien (a pill that helps you sleep, bit if you fight it you basically are a massive drunk who cant remember anything they did) so he would call me and be like "I don't know how I got here!! :(" lmao

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  primadonna9396  |  15

One of my meds used to make me sleep-eat (and a whole bunch of other odd/dangerous things that aren't relevant here) - It only used to really happen when i went to bed on an empty stomach. Conventional dieting wisdom says not to eat close to your bedtime, but there's no medical reason to do that if it doesn't work for you.

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  TheDrifter  |  34

Did I read it wrong? When the op wrote diet plans I interpreted it as the op was about to begin a diet and that was enough to force her compulsive eating to express itself in her sleep. Time to lock either the bedroom door or the fridge either way though.

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  Cinn_fml  |  34

Drifter, I read it as that the OP'd already started their diet and was hungry/craving during their sleep. But I see your point, which could also be true. But it might be that they could edit them a bit, either by going for a less extreme change, or something.

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  Slashbat  |  16

complete moron. if you've lived in a house for even a relatively short amount of time you will be able to find your way around it, awake or asleep

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