whats wrong with me? im 22 and a stay at home mom. i set 4 different alarms at night and i dont hear any of them in the morning. last night i went to sleep around 2am which is normal for me but i didnt wake up until 130pm today! ive learned to turn off my alarms while sleeping. im kind of aware that after the alarms go off i go into rem sleep and stay there till i finally wake up. almost everyday i wake up from a dream. my husband gets mad at e for sleeping in so late and he has every right. like i said im a mommy and i feel horrible wasting so much of the day and missing out on time with my kids. i dont know how to fix this. im wasting my life and am a bad mother because of it. HELP ME! my husband says its probly because i dont "Have" to get up. but even when i know something is happening in the morning like my mom coming over or a doctors appointment it makes no difference. i still sleep. i was looking things p this morning and it sounds like its hypersomnia...but when im awake i feel fine. i dont have a lot of energy but im not compelled to take naps either. i need to figure something out. my hubby is constantly pissed off at me, my kids are stuck in their rooms all morning and everyday i feel like crap. please please help me.View Thread
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