I sometimes bite my tongue while eating, why?

I sometimes bite my tongue while eating, why?
Lincoln_13
Asked Apr 19, 2010
Edited Apr 19, 2010

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gogonan
Answered Jun 05, 2013
Hahaha, Oni_Kami... Nice... xD
LilMizElleIzzeh
Answered Sep 17, 2010
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Ask_Sean
Answered Sep 28, 2010
it could be a proprioception problem. I have big sensory processing problems (sensory processing disorder) with different senses but mild with proprioception: sometimes when Im eating and am not thinking about it I'll bite my tongue. If its that its no big deal, you usually just have to learn to live with it. sorry!
hope this helps you understand:
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Search&search=Proprioception&ns0=1&redirs=0
sam123
Answered Sep 25, 2011
It's because our tongues and our cheeks, hold our food, and they just get in the way sometimes....It happens much more frequently, when you eat fast, so just slow down the chewing....you'll have more control over things in there.
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limei19890121
Answered Apr 09, 2012
eat smaller chunk and reduce your speed.
Armadillo
Answered Nov 11, 2012
coz it so tasty and moist yall
lol123
Answered Aug 06, 2013
Because you're careless.
Oni_Kami
Answered Apr 20, 2010

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