Drunkorexia: A combination of self-imposed starvation (or bingeing and purging) and alcohol abuse. A blend of "drunk" and "anorexia."
The syndrome is described in the New York Times Style section, March 2, 2008:
Drunkorexia is not an official medical term. But it hints at a troubling phenomenon in addiction and eating disorders. Among those who are described as drunkorexics are college-age binge drinkers, typically women, who starve all day to offset the calories in the alcohol they consume. The term is also associated with serious eating disorders, particularly bulimia, which often involve behavior like bingeing on food — and alcohol — and then purging.
According to the report, related coinages include manorexia (the male version of anorexia, an affliction more commonly associated with women), orthorexia (an obsession with what is perceived as healthy food), and diabulimia (practiced by some diabetics who refused to take insulin, which can cause weight gain; however, it does not necessarily involve the purging associated with bulimia).
Mr. Verb is concerned that playful word-blends can minimize potentially fatal health problems:
Using blends here not only makes these terms distinctly non-clinical sounding, but it also feels awkward given concerns about glamorizing eating disorders (like here), not to mention that we surely don't want to do anything that sounds like it trivializes them.