happy but tired work only 4 hours a day in a 24 hour day i sleep 18 of it and when a wake wanting to go back to bed
Hi, I believe you suffer from somnolence which is the complete opposite to insomnia.
I suggest you make a Doctors ( I believe in this case a Psyachiatrist or Neurologist) appoinment and discuss with him/her what would be the correct course of treatment for you.
I hope everything works out for the for you and your family... from a caring individual
Hi, my friend had the same problem and was diagnosed with M.E.
She would be tired all the time and have extremely limited energy to do everyday tasks. Some days she would manage to get up out of bed and dress herself, and then she was exhausted and could do nothing else.
Does this sound familiar?
I hope you get a diagnosis and help soon
have you been for tested for sleep apnea? here are some of the signs...
How Do I Know I Have Sleep Apnoea?
People with sleep apnoea may complain of excessive daytime sleepiness often with irritability or restlessness. But it is normally the bed partner, family or friends who notice the symptoms first. Sufferers may experience some of the following:
Extremely loud heavy snoring, often interrupted by pauses and gasps
Excessive daytime sleepiness, e.g., falling asleep at work, whilst driving, during conversation or when watching TV. (This should not be confused with excessive tiredness with which we all suffer from time to time)
Irritability, short temper
Changes in mood or behaviour
Anxiety or depression
Decreased interest in sex
Remember, not everyone who has these symptoms will necessarily have sleep apnoea. We possibly all suffer from these symptoms from time to time but people with sleep apnoea demonstrate some or all of these symptoms all the time.
maybe its worth having a word with your dr about this
best wishes x
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