What is Dysania? And do you suffer from it?

What is Dysania? And do you suffer from it?
Carly Jacobs

I definitately suffer from Dysania. I find this slightly bizarre because I’m a brilliant sleeper. Extraordinary, in fact, but it doesn’t matter how long I’ve been in bed, I always want to stay there, even on weekends.

Do you suffer from Dysania? Do you have any tips to help remedy this?

Let me know in the comments.


  1. Claire Suellentrop 8 years ago

    Buy a CD/iPod alarm clock, set it to your favorite song, turn the volume up really high and station it in a room OTHER than your bedroom. That way you HAVE to get up to turn it off but don’t want to smash it because of some annoying beeping.

    This is the only way I’ve gotten out of bed for the past three months.

    • Author
      Smaggle 8 years ago

      Have to try that. Apparently there’s a good sleep app with a wrist band thing that wakes you up at the correct time during your sleep cycle. I’ll have to give that one a go. 

      • Aly 4 years ago

        Wat is the name of that app…

    • Riprogo1203 8 years ago

      there is also an alarm clock that upon starting to beep rolls away to try to get away from you

    • Amymewcat 6 years ago

      You do just end up hating your favourite song though!

    • Rebekah Philosoraptor Buswell 6 years ago

      I tried this. I put my alarm across the room on top of my dresser, and I just ended up getting up to turn it off and then angrily getting back in bed and back asleep again!
      My wake-up problems didn’t resolve until I got pregnant and the blood tests at the doc’s showed I was borderline hypothyrodic (hypothyroidism). I didn’t have any problems waking up after I went on a synthetic T3. Thyroid issues are way more common than people realize. Women are more prone to it, with 1 out of 8 having an issue. Get your levels checked, and make sure they do a full spectrum blood test, not just the one indicator test.

  2. Allie 8 years ago

    I just got dressed on the bus and had to cram a muffin in my bag because I wouldn’t get out. And then I wouldnt get out of the shower. Sigh.

    • Author
      Smaggle 8 years ago

      Bane of my morning existance. The bloody warm shower! What a time stealer. 

      • Lesleyrose 5 years ago

        OMG !!! at last after all these years there is a name for what I suffer from ….I sleep very well but always seem to sleep more than most around 11 to 12 hours at a time and cant seem to get out of bed in the mornings and I mean every morning …. it has ruined my life at times holidays are the worst breakfast and all that …If I try to force myself to get up I feel so sick all day long …. I even had to buy blackout curtains … I do not suffer from depression or SAD …I have felt guilty for years thinking that I am lazy and it is the opposite I am always on the move and I power walk 25 miles a week I don’t smoke or drink and eat very healthy … I have a job where I am my own boss and can work any hours I want I had to find a job like this as morning starts were a complete no go area for me…. I am so glad I found this site and I am no longer alone …and at last I have a diagnosis I thank you all very much I am a 56 year old woman
        thank you so much

  3. Sneauxflocke 8 years ago

    Wow.  I TOTALLY suffer from this!  As soon as the alarm sounds, it suddenly feels like the bed a softer, cozier, warmer than it’s been all night.  And then I’m late for work!  🙂

    • Dawn 2 years ago

      OMG, isn’t that the truth. There is no place better than a warm comfy bed in the morning. Ugh!!

  4. Judy-May 8 years ago

    Everyday! Every single day. Whether I go to bed late or early I like my bed far too much to want to leave it in the morning. Especially to a frosty cold day outside. 

    • Author
      Smaggle 8 years ago

      Winter kills me. Good bye morning exercise!

  5. Jordan Best 8 years ago

    Have a child. They don’t give you any choice.

    • Hgffh 7 years ago

      I love this coment! XD

    • Eva 6 years ago

      Love this comment!!! 🙂

  6. I just went through this an  hour ago! ugh…  and I’ve been the same way my whole life!   Never knew there was a  name for it.

    • Author
      Smaggle 8 years ago

      Me neither, that’s why I thought I’d post about it. Nice to know it has a name!

  7. Alina 8 years ago

    I definitely suffer from this! The only thing that helps me is having an early morning appointment/meeting – although I still have to set the alarm an extra half hour early. I want to train myself to just get out of bed – I think I’ll try that radio-in-the-next-room advice next.

    • Kunoichi00 8 years ago

      This is so true. I only get up early in the morning to pray but no matter how complete my sleep is, if I go back to sleep, I’d be in bed till 12. D; Even as a child, I couldn’t keep awake, my mum would have to dress me for school. e__e I’m trying to read the cures.

    • usman 6 years ago

      i set my alarm 2 hours before i have to wake up.then there are succession of alarms after the first one.i am usually awake all the time but couldn’t get out of the bed. sometimes when it is extremely important for me to get out of the bed,i try to fall from the bed ( i actually do fall) and it works like magic,pinching or biting yourself also works.

      • usman 6 years ago

        p/s let me know if that worked for you too,..usman_jadoon007@yahoo.com

  8. Dianne 8 years ago

    I can sleep for 15hrs and still can’t get outta bed!!
    *hate it*
    How do they determine whether you have it or not?

  9. Spanish Girl 8 years ago

    I have suffered from this my whole life too. When I was little my mum
    would wake me and dress me while still asleep. As and adult I just found
    it a real battle until I found my cure. My boyfriend came up with the
    idea that while he prepared his breakfast he would also prepared mine
    and bring it to me. I don’t know how but he comes in with breakfast and I
    eat it half asleep until I don’t know if the eating or the coffee wakes
    me up. (he’s been doing this for 9 years now and it works without fail) Some would call it the cure to dysania, I’d call it love 🙂

    • Marnix 6 years ago

      ^he’s a keeper 🙂

    • TheBigBadWolf20 5 years ago

      Agreed, it is. I’ve been suffering from Dysania since birth, but when my ex and I decided to live together, I was able to wake up 4:30am everyday to prepare stuff for her and myself. But yeah, all was history and I have it back. :))

  10. Jsmash 7 years ago

    do you guys suffer from anxienty or depression? i’ve had this for the duration of my life, and as a consequence could only be bothered to attend half of high school. (the after noon half)
    i dont feel depressed or anxious, although thats what the internet keeps telling me. just seeing if there is common traits between us

    • Vijay_9 7 years ago

      Well I suffer from the same I can’t get up in the morning. An I went to my doctor (for a unrelated topic) and he said I get anxious fast and I suffer from anxiety “/ so could be one reason.

  11. Jk 7 years ago

    Been like this my whole life … just about flunked out of college the first year with 7:30 am classes … switched to afternoon and night classes and passed with flying colors. I’ve tried everything … alarm clock far away from my bed, favorite song on a timed CD player … nothing works.

  12. Common Sense Knocking 7 years ago

    This is about as legit as “restless leg syndrome”. Conditions get made up all the time because everyone is a hypochondriac, and hypochondriacs are cash cows. You people don’t have “dysania”, your brain just needs a few minutes to wake up in the morning, and some of you are probably undisciplined. It happens to everyone. 

    • devo 7 years ago

      for some people it’s not a few minutes, it can be hours and hours, and interfere with their ability to function. If a condition interferes with your ability to take care of yourself, have/keep a job, have a social life, etc., then it is a disorder. Saying people are “undisciplined” implies that they have ANY control over the situation, and is insulting.

      • Eva 6 years ago

        Oh get over it!

    • Salvatore 6 years ago

      I understand why you would think like this if you don’t have this problem yourself. I do however think you would react differently if you knew the feeling.

      It’s not that I don’t want to get out of bed in the morning, I just feel like I can’t. Compare it with not being able to fall asleep at night, you are really trying (lying in bed, lights off, emptying your mind, counting sheep and what not) but you just can’t. I really do try to get out of bed in the morning (setting 5 different alarms with different songs, sleeping with my curtains open) but I just CAN’T!

    • Cynthia Odom 5 years ago

      Don’t think that just because you don’t have restless leg syndrome, it doesn’t exist. I only get it every once in a while but the feeling I have to, simply have to, and I mean must, move my legs is compelling. The only thing that works is drugs.

  13. henk 7 years ago

    You need to stop acting like freaking childs and realize that we all have this problem. There is no one who like it to get out of bed to go to work on a cold whintermorning.

    • dantara68 4 years ago

      these people kill me. would they diabetic their medicine tell them they are imagining their sugar problem, or a heart patient their heart pain? other issue they effect chemical and nerve issues they need medical treatment also whether they be brain or other chemical imbalances. just because you haven’t experienced it be very very very happy and move on with YOUR life!!!!! you have nothing helpful to add, we don’t need you!

      I’m am sooo happy to fine this page I have had this fooor years and never knew exactly what is was. I get right up and then immediately climb right back in! and go right back to sleep, it like all of 5 seconds that im awake them I m immediately sleepy again, I can drink a pot of coffee and I can’t wake up.

  14. jack dawson 7 years ago

    There’s a condition for everything, how about just calling it “bed is really comfy and humans are naturally inclined to comfort and warmth.” Syndrome.

  15. devo 7 years ago

    I have this, I sleep through ANY form of alarm. If my house was burning down I would probably sleep through it. I usually end up waking up between 1 and 2 pm, which makes it incredibly difficult to have a normal job. I also crave sunlight, so being practically nocturnal is torture. Anyway, I started taking Vitamin D, Iron, and Magnesium because deficiency in any of these can cause fatigue and I figured I should cover all of my bases. I’ve found it about 50% easier to get out of bed since I’ve been taking them for a couple of weeks.

    • Limed 4 years ago

      My fire alarm went off at my house and I just fell back asleep. I can’t wake up to any alarm. I sleep through all of them. I have even tried switching Alarm clocks. In the morning I don’t even hear them 🙁

  16. ThatkidJosh 6 years ago

    Lol I never would have though this to be a real problem until I saw a post about it on ifunny. Every morning as soon as I wake up I seem to fall back asleep without noticing it and I have over 18tardies to my first class so far this year. If anyone has advice for this it would be nice

  17. Eva 6 years ago

    Stupid excuse! Yankee Doodle stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni… People make names for everything. How about some discipline? Bunch of whiners.

  18. Idontwa Ntyoutoknowmyname 6 years ago

    Bunch of pathetic whiners trying to find a disease that justifies their laziness. Get the fuck out of bed and go to work/school. It’s easy as that!

    • Patricia 5 years ago

      It is not easy as that, that is why we complain… And if you don’t understand the problem, please don’t act superior. We SUFFER dysania.

  19. holly 6 years ago

    I think dysania is a form of anxiety and or depression I’d not chronic fatigue. I have been struggling with depression thos last year and recuperating from an operation- have been cooing really well lately and despite recovering from op better than expected I then had a small bug and a few minor life issues and have now backtracked to the point of being bed bound-if I get out of bed foe something I generally cancel it_ need a constant reason to stay up e.g gym but cannot afford it whilst not working_ it’s a constant cycle_x

  20. Rosey Posey 6 years ago

    I totally suffer form this!! I can’t remember 1 day where I haven’t been late to school/work :/ on weekends I wake up at 5pm… And on weekdays I allllwwaaaaays press the snooze button it’s as I I’m married to my bed XD I’ll wait to have kids or a great boyfriend like those people who commented below, maybe that’ll help LOL

  21. Ali 6 years ago


  22. TheBigBadWolf20 5 years ago

    Cure? It’s simple, “motivation”.

  23. Robert Crowe 5 years ago

    I’ve never been late for anything, but it meant waking at 5:30 to be able to move by 6:30 and actually get out of bed by 7:30 to be in work at 8:50, where I wasn’t really awake till 11:00. And I got fantastic job reviews, so it wasn’t laziness. Now that I’m retired and can sleep as long as I want, it is still like “rising from the grave” every morning no matter how long or how little I sleep. People who think it’s just not wanting to get up because bed is comfy, don’t know what they’re talking about. It’s having your head so heavy with fog and “muck” it actually hurts. And nothing gets rid of it but time no matter how much puritanical discipline you have that allows you to fight your way out of bed no matter how little sleep you’ve had. I love this “anything I don’t suffer from doesn’t exist” attitude some idiots have.

    • melanie 5 years ago

      Thank you for this comment and thank you for this article. I really appreciate it. I had this condition all my life. And I was always an honor student, I did balet and gymnastics. Nothing helped. Even the best days of my life, waking up was dreadful. I was a flight attendant for 3 years, I traveled 26 different countries. This meant my flight can be any time of the day. 8am, 5pm, 2am. Whatever time I was scheduled I had go. I worked 14 hours a day, 6 days a week. 3 years straight. I have many thank you letters from my managers and passengers. I though after a while my body will shake off this condition. It did not.
      I worked in sales where I did 3 peoples job 6 days a week again. I got promoted dramatically, 4 times due to my hard work and discipline. Of course no one knew that I had to wake up 3 hours earlier than other people in order to make it to work.
      My wedding day was one of the most important and exciting days of my life and people literally had to drag me out of the bed.
      Sometimes I force myself to get up right away and I get either nauseous or dizzy. My heart beats like a running cheetah.
      This has nothing to do with being lazy or lack of discipline. It’s the worst feeling. It’s worst on the weekends where you don’t have the fear of being late for work or school.

  24. Peter Spering 5 years ago

    This only really struck me during the teenage years.

    For me, I think it’s an energy thing. When I was child, I had lots of energy and was up between 6-7AM every day, no matter if it were necessary or not.

  25. Leslie 5 years ago

    The naysayers here have no idea what it’s like. My problem (and my mother’s) is not feeling tired enough to go to sleep at a decent hour. As I type this it is 1:10 AM and I need to be up to go to work in 4 hours. But after decades of this prblem I have discovered if I don’t get at least 5 hours of sleep, I don’t even hear my alarms that I set. My body won’t let me get less than 5 hours of sleep. It’s not laziness, it’s a true disorder that I have found no solution to. And I have researched for years for a solution that works for me, with no luck. Unfortunately my accounting job doesn’t offer second shift hours, because that seems to be the hours my body wants to have. I can’t get to sleep and because I am such a heavy sleeper I sleep right through any alarms I set. I don’t want to be like this. I was rais by hardworking, no nonsense parents. I detest laziness in all forms. So take your judgements elsewhere. You have no knowledge or understanding of this issue.

  26. Earlene 5 years ago

    I didn’t even know that this had a name or people actually suffer from this. I knew I had a problem with this for many years. I do believe it has something to do with being depressed though. I’m offend late for work/church and things I enjoy doing. I find it so hard to get out of the bed each and every morning and I wish it were that simple all the suggestions posted and I have kids. They are never ignored but thankful old enough to get what they need. If I do eventually get out the bed I’m making a mad dash back to my comfort zone. I remember being in the bed for more than 15 hours the kids were away and I was at peace. I do want help with this so any positive suggestions are welcomed.

    • Jobs low 5 years ago

      Hi I’ve the same issues as you exactly the same the kids the hours in bed the comfort zone of your bed….I really thought I was the only one who did this,I’ve tried coffee energy drinks,you name it I’ve tried it I’ve set my alarm reached over drank coffe and taken pro plus (half asleep) then fell straight back asleep hoping to wake up when they kicked in….but nothing I really want a remedy and help with this too

  27. Lise 5 years ago

    I set no les than 8 alarms all 5 mins apart.
    I just can’t get out of bed

  28. diane 5 years ago

    OMG I have been going through the same thing all my life and after reading this I suddenly realize there’s a name for this? Getting up in the morning is torture!

  29. Joslow 5 years ago

    Since school any alarm or person waking me up has become an instant enemy I have a real dislike/problem with early mornings and early to me is before 10 a.m I have to take it slow when I wake up don’t like question,talking,repeating my self and least of all appointments ,feel uncomfortable walking into new places with new people hate making face to face conversation. I could never have a job or go for an interview my body clock is so messed up I need 10-13 hours sleep could do that all the time. I have no clue what’s wrong with me,I’m 38 and can’t see this getting any better! My bed is where I live .

  30. Chana 5 years ago

    My son and I must have this syndrome. It is terrible. I try to get up and do exercise early in the morning and I envy people who wake up and can’t stay in bed. I was like that in my teens. I wish I was an early riser! Such a great time of day to enjoy.

  31. Sash 5 years ago

    I’m glad to know I’m not alone. I suffer from this, whether or not I have to wake up for anything. I have to set 5 different alarms if I want to wake up on time for work! This problem has ruined my reputation at other jobs before and has gotten me fired. Nowadays its a little better ’cause I’ve learned that I have to set multiple alarms. When I finally wake up, I have to take up to 20 minutes to get up. I didn’t even know there was a word for this…but its not as if I can say, “Sorry I’m late boss, I suffer from Dysania.” That’s the sad part. It is truly an issue and I don’t want to be like this. I have feet problems as well which make it all the more dreadful to get up…Well, let me not drag on…but good luck to everyone dealing with this..

  32. khadija 5 years ago

    plzzzzzzzzzz help me out of this dysania i m sick of it i loss my jobs because of it

  33. Dave 5 years ago

    Sex works for me…I’m ready to go after that

  34. Shubhra Singh 4 years ago

    hey, so am happy n really happy to find a name to the problem i have had for years now, n even more soothing to know that there are so many others with it out thr. but i cudnt find many solutions or cures to the situation in the threads above. what can be done to improve/ avoid this.

  35. shital 4 years ago

    I am so happy to finally know the name of the problems i have had for years now. But I am still to find the better solution which works for me .. i have tried radio-in-the-other-room and other crazy stuffs but all in vein.

  36. NItin 4 years ago

    knew it today that it has a name! and i have it since birth. 2 months ago i diagnosed with depression also. Though i had depression, i had very good sleep. of course, more than normal. depression is going very good now but still with dysania, i am not able to do anything. also, i think alarms don’t really help with this because i’ve tried it with very favorite songs and irritating noise.

  37. Not Telling 4 years ago

    Dysania, wow – I’m glad to hear it actually has a name. I’ve had myself convinced it was just plain laziness. But for me it is physical. I get up to use the bathroom, and then I get up to eat, but if I didn’t have these urges I think I would be sleeping indefinitely. It just seems impossible to do anything other than fall back in bed. If I do I feel like a “zombie from hell”. When I finally get up I hate showering and getting dressed. It is not until after lunch that motivation sets in. When I worked I was good enough that they let me come in at noon or so. This was for many years, carrying over between one job and the next. I didn’t lose any job due to oversleeping.

    Do most people who have this actually go back to sleep? I do, unless I am really worried about something; then I have insomnia just as I would earlier in the night. Sleeping seems like a physical need that last for hours longer than the 8 hours that is supposedly average. Not only does it last longer but the transition between sleeping and really awake is very long and unpleasant whenever I do get up.

    • Lesleyrose 4 years ago

      Yes I am the same most nights I need around 11 to 12 hours sleep and if I get up for anything I am also like a zombie been this way for years …however I went to my doctor about it recently and turns out I am anaemic I am also getting other health checks better to make sure
      Hope this helps

  38. Jessiejaye 4 years ago

    I am so happy to come across this. I really thought I was alone. I have suffered from this my whole life. I actually hate to go to bed now because I know how hard it’s going to be to wake up and I always feel like I’m missing out on life. Does anyone know of any cures? Yes I excercize and eat right, I have kids, I take antidepressants, I set an extremely insane amount of alarms. I suffer from insomnia now… I think that’s because I’m almost afraid to go to sleep now for fear of missing out on life but even if I go to bed early I will sleep till noon. Ugh, it’s pretty bad when your at Disney world and you can’t even get up early to go enjoy the day. Thanks to everyone who has shared their experiences…. I can relate to every one of you.

  39. Neelam 4 years ago

    Yeah unfortunately even i m traveling in the same boat. Since childhood i have had never of enough sleep , it was always less for me. Now that i m married and mum if three kids and live wid my in laws i still struggle every morning with this situation. I am a patient of depression and anxiety and eat my antidepressant everyday. But the day i sleep less i mean 7-9 hrs it seems i hv no day, its just that i m sick and nauseous and dizzy and moreover depressed… I hv heard alot frm my hubby and family regarding getting up late but no use.. I am still the same. In my community it’s a big issue for daughter in law sleeping till late and mother in law working for house chores… But I can’t help it.. Its too easy for me to clean the house and cook and do all my other responsibilities at night but in mornings its a biggg problem for me even to feed my lil one and then make breakfast for myself… I am just tired of fighting with dis and of listening all those teases and taunts frm whoever… Hope to find a solution one day..???

    • faisal 4 years ago

      Its because of the chemical makeup of your body.

  40. NavyBrat 4 years ago

    Holy cow! There’s actually a name for this? I’ve been going through this for the longest time and it really is torture having to get out of bed- I’ve gotten to the point that I unknowingly (half-asleep) unplug my alarm clock every once in a while, then waking up hours later hate myself because I missed out on the day especially on the weekends. Even recently my boyfriend tried waking me up and I threw a pillow at him and went back to sleep. It’s not just laziness or a lack of discipline, I’m a full time college student making straight A’s and I do enjoy going to classes, learning, and seeing friends, but that dreadful chime of the alarm clock is the bane of my existence in the mornings. For a while I’ve questioned if it was a form of depression, but I enjoy being awake after finally dragging myself out of bed. I’ve tried almost everything; setting 8-10 alarms, putting my alarm clock in another room, having multiple alarm clocks in different rooms, etc. but nothing works until I look at the time and “oh crap, I’ve got 10 minutes to get to class!”
    Any advice or suggestions would be great!

    • Lesleyrose 4 years ago

      Sigh from Scotland am exactly the same when up I don’t sit down on the go for hours and with my job I have to make snap decisions… But getting up from bed in the morning is my worst nightmare and I have tried everything even going to bed extremely early still makes no difference… I watched a programme called are you a ” lark or an owl ” I am definitely an owl my husband is a lark with owlish tendencies the point I am trying to make I have just accepted it and have tried to lighten up its just me and obviously some others thank goodness

  41. Rosa 4 years ago

    Hi. I just came across this article and until now, I didn’t know this had a name. This is real and what I have is chronic. Has nothing to do with the cold weather or not wanting to go to work, although it doesn’t make it easier. I’ve never discussed this with a doctor because I didn’t think there was a name for it. However, i did suspect that my condition is real and hoped there was a solution or cure. No matter how important it is for me to get up and out of bed to get somewhere on time, I can’t do it. No matter how much sleep I got or sometimes how badly I need to go to the restroom, it doesn’t matter. Now that I have found a name for it, I will be doing more research because I absolutely hate having to deal with this everyday.

    • Lesleyrose 4 years ago

      Sorry no cure ?

  42. alesita12341 4 years ago

    Hi! So Ive been struggling with some kind of syndrome that when the night comes my brain doesnt understand its time to go to sleep so it doesnt start the melatonin production and I dont get sleepy, obviously this leads to dysania due to lack of sleep and this are the things Ive found helpful over the course of 6 years of try and fail
    Lessen light expossure as it starts to get late like dont turn on all the lights and dont look at your phone too much, dont watch tv
    Start to relax, walk slower, do things in a calm manner so as to lower your blood pressure
    Drink water and take a hot shower with relaxing scents, I skip washing my hair because this is for the sole purpose to relax
    Empty your mind, every thought that comes to mind let it go just as easily, let your mind see thoughts pass by without engaging in any of them
    Yoga poses, the easy ones, even if you think it doesnt work for your mind it works for your body to relax
    Go to bed 30 minutes earlier than you want to sleep and read or write or do something non electronic related to start getting sleepy
    Download Sleep Cycle App which with the movementes it regusters from your bed it wakes you up at the time when your sleep cycle end, when youre the most awake
    Have something exciting planned for the morning and go to sleep thinking about it like drinking your favorite coffee or planning an outfit with your new blouse or simply trying a freshening spray so you wake up excited about it and have something to look forward to even a new morning routine you wanna try out
    Wake up at the same time every day even if you dont get up immediately and just lay there just dont go back to sleep, stare at the ceiling or sit down a bit, your brain can get trained to wake up easier
    Remember to stretch and breath and drink some water
    Once I placed post its all over my house telling me what to do in what order so when I woke up I had everything ready like my past self was helping my present self
    My nightstand lamp said wake up! i promise today is gonna be awesome, stretch and breathe
    Next post it an arrow towards the bathroom
    Numbered post its 1 drink your water (with a glass of water right there) 2 wash your face (stuck on the face sopa) 3 brush your hair ( I wear a fabric thight at night so my hair wont get tangled as much) 4 go have breakfast and so on
    So when your brain is still asleep your past self already made the thinking for you and its guiding you and its easier and doesnt involve any decision making or planning or preparing even my outfit was selected the night before which is a tome saver so I have more time to sleep and a relaxing activity for the night
    Make a routine with a physical path across your house and reminders of your choice
    Whatever works for you best
    Reading the news with coffee or a good book even 10 minutes the point is to try different things and dont give up
    Waking up should not be that hard I refure to live like that and Im determined to change it
    Thanks for reading all this, it really is years of trial and error and some wins along the path
    Ive tried the alarm across the room and favorite song thing I HATE IT and if you have the will exercise is like the best activator ever,
    Dont think to far ahead it gets you stressed just tackle tasks one by one baby steps littel by little break down big tasks into smaller ones and a quote for you
    Worrying is a misuse of imagination
    Good luck and congratulations for deciding to try to live better THATS AWESOME!

  43. PRIYA 3 years ago

    I do suffer this morning laziness. I always thought that morning time s are so lazy in my entire life.I find it really really hard to get up form my bed n continue my daily activities intil I bath. Which makes my day late. Even I do this commenting in morning lazy mornings 😀 .I do suffer from depression sometimes n fantasising things that would never happen in my life in t morning time after I wake up it stick s me to my bed always 🙁 . jus need a cure for this

  44. Nikita 3 years ago

    I have this to for long time always a big problem in my life i sleep perfect but the waking up is a big big problem i sleep even true the alarm but now i have a new alarm the ultrasound it helps a lot dont know whay actually plus i take vitemins d3 with lemon that helped me a lot because i was always tired..

  45. Maria 3 years ago

    Wow! I’m glad I have a starting point now. However I have had a lot of blood work done, it always comes back fine…:/

    To those of you that say it’s laziness or wtf ever…why are you even on here. Shouldn’t you be worrying about yourselves instead of judging others like you know what the he’ll we are feeling… We know our bodies and we damn well know When something isn’t right!!!

    So go be a judgemental ass somewhere else, cause we asked for advise and help, not your demeaning comments.

    I for one am very thankful for this article and your stories. Maybe with all of us We can make the issue/disease known and can get the help we all need.

  46. Bengi 2 years ago

    sleep cycle is a very useful app

  47. renrose 2 years ago

    What the heck!!this was the word i really found out of being sleep lovers.I was really surprised when i read the articles regarding this sleeping problem.I thought, this was terribly a desease.I got up late early in the morning like 10am up to 11.Moreover, i really want to stay in bed during break of dawn until morning due to cold temperarure.
    Now i knew then im not really alone.

  48. Jenny W 12 months ago

    I was also born with this tendency. Go to bed wide awake and wake up feeling as tired as!!!! I was lucky to have a job which meant working mostly night shifts but only till 10 .30 or midnight then a 10km bicycle ride home . Played sport, basketball and badminton at night .Being physically tired at night really helped . Then married a dairy farmer and discovered that a sharp elbow in the ribs was a great motivator .(On the receiving end of course) Going to bed
    physically tired was the only thing that helped me. Now I am elderly and still married to a person who is wide awake before his feet hit the floor. I must have done something really bad in a past life to cop this punishment in this one!!!! I hope I am not born with the body clock of an owl next time. Be just my luck to be a fowl married to an owl.. If so I hope I can remember what it is like.


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