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I have heard several say that they stayed up late the night before, watching a season of this or that... that they couldn't stop, regardless of their rational thought of need for sleep. Like Salamander stated, binge watching steals one's time.

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Although I do like your thoughts on watching a show or movie to take your mind off dental anxiety, this is typically not binge watching. It may be a movie or a show, but it's shorter than binge watching. Binge watching is for extended periods of time. Most of your arguments would apply to shorter time periods. With this clarification, do you still think the same?

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I disagree. Staring at a blue screen for hours on end likely adds to depression and isolation.

You do, however, conjure up some good pathos images of warm fuzzies and relaxation. But, as you so smartly point out, balance is everything. Perhaps these positives (getting your mind off a recurring bad track or letting your mind explore [new] ideas) can be done in a shorter setting: one movie instead of three? one episode instead of twelve?

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I agree. It's like a time trap. If you start a season of a series, a time warp seems to happen, and, before you know it, hours have disappeared! And yet you're still in the same place, doing the same thing.


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