Even if I go to bed at a reasonable hour, say 11pm, I can happily turn off my alarm the next morning and continue to sleep until 3pm. If I wanted to, I'm sure I could sleep the entire day. I do this every time I have a day with no lectures. Is something wrong with me or is this just laziness? And how do I get out of the cycle?
i do this. the doctor says that i should just "not let myself sleep at inappropriate times" it works a bit i guess.. plus mega amounts of coffee..
I had this trouble for a long time. I think its all about getting yourself into an appropriate routine. Its probably a good idea to get a blood test to check for things like anemia etc just in case.
You need to want something to wake up for it...
I've slept until 7pm before
I do this when I'm on holiday from uni i.e now, unless I have something planned for the next morning/afternoon, which is rarely.
My current pattern is sleep from 2am/3am to 2pm/3pm...
Drop out and live the dream. Or buy chocolate covered coffee beans - means you don't have to get out of bed to make coffee, and you get a massive caffeine hit. Pretty soon you'll be bouncing off the walls.
I do this also, looking for answers. going to try caffine
I'm having this problem recently too. I'm sleeping 10-12 hours per night, and then requiring a nap during the day.
It's ridiculous, off to the doctors about it in a few days.