i tend to sleep very very heavily and it is nearly impossible to wake me, i have four loud alarms which go off about 20 times in one hour next to my head when i sleep and these do not wake me, it used to take my girlfriend anywhere between 30 minutes and two hours trying to wake me or even for me to show any sign of life, i have even been known to get up and walk around/ have full conversations which i have no recollection of and have occasionally hit out while sleeping, according to my mum i look fully awake, with eyes open but when prompted about anything said or done i have no memory of what happened. i dont feel tired at all during the day but sometimes i cannot get to sleep very easily, and i get anywhere between ten and fourteen hours every day. people tell me its just laziness but i feel that i may have some kind of sleeping disorder causing me to sleep unnatrually heavy for long periods of time. any advice you may have on my situation would be greatly appreciated.
stewart (age 19)
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