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Stop binge-watching, move your life forward.

Here are some suggestions for things to do instead of binge-watching.

The term "binge-watch" was officially added to the Oxford English Dictionary in 2013, reflecting its increasing popularity.

The average binge-watching session lasts about 2 hours and 40 minutes.

"Breaking Bad," "Stranger Things," and "Game of Thrones" are among the most binge-watched TV shows.

Binge-watching can trigger the release of endorphins, creating a sense of pleasure and making it addictive.

According to a survey, 35% of binge-watchers have admitted to staying up all night to watch a show.

Despite its popularity, 73% of binge-watchers feel guilty about the amount of time they spend watching TV shows.

The average binge-watcher consumes 6 episodes per sitting.

Binge-watching is a global phenomenon, with significant participation across countries and cultures.

Binge-watchers often become emotionally invested in the characters and storyline of a TV series, leading to intense reactions to plot twists and character developments.

Prolonged binge-watching can lead to negative health effects such as eye strain, fatigue, and a sedentary lifestyle.

The rise of streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime has contributed significantly to the popularity of binge-watching.

Millennials are the most likely demographic to engage in binge-watching, with 88% of Millennials admitting to having done so.

Some avid binge-watchers engage in "binge-racing," where they aim to finish an entire season or series within 24 hours of its release.

Binge-watching has been linked to shorter attention spans and decreased patience for waiting between episodes or seasons.