6 weeks later and I’m still sleeping 15 hours a night.I was recently diagnosed with a couple autoimmune diseases, which I think explains it for me.Putting your alarm across the room isn’t the answer - you’re not being lazy by sleeping 12+ hours - you either really need this much sleep every night, or you need your levels checked by your doctor.I would suggest a sleep study. How satisfied are you with your life and eager to face the day?I have the same issue as OP. Orrange is an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in the Division of Geriatric, Hospitalist and General Internal Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC.Get the best ways to save on your prescriptions delivered to your inbox. We'll text you a link to download our Prices from It has a huge amount of research showing the its therapeutic potential. Typically around 2:00pm he starts to drift hard and will take his prescription that helps him wake up, and by 3:00 he's back to normal. Taking venlafaxine can result in a false positive urine test for PCP. For more information about Berberine’s great benefits, check out our article on the The recommended daily Berberine dosage to lower blood sugar is around 1500mg.

Possibilities include not getting restorative sleep so that you need more (from obstructive or non-obstructive sleep apnea, for example), or hypothyroidism, or (with some other symptoms) narcolepsy.Figuring it out online is next to impossible, but talk to your primary care doctor about how this has worsened and consider a sleep evaluation. I can easily sleep 12 hours multiple times a week and waking up before 9am is a nightmare.
I feel like you’d benefit from seeing a doctor again and having tests run... it sounds like it could be more complex than just being tired or lazy. Maybe think about your diet, if you’re getting enough nutrients etc? 12) Antidepressants. Don’t eat or exercise for at least 2-3 hours before bedtime. My issue is that even if I do force myself up, I need to nap during the day. Ask a doctor or medical professional on Reddit! Prices from In 2016, the percentage of Americans living with diabetes was estimated to be just under 10%. Don't stop taking an antidepressant or other medication just so that you can drink. Even with many sleep labs shut for COVID, there are now at-home measuring devices that can help.If the last time you were evaluated was 2 years ago, consider getting re-evaluated.

I've tried to stay awake but I can't stay awake passed 8am.Going to copy & paste my comment to a similar post a while back because it also applies:Not a doctor. The few Berberine side effects include mild gastrointestinal discomfort at high doses. I've since then been diagnosed with Asperger's (autism), and my psychiatrist thinks it's very likely related, in that I'm a very well-adapted, "normal" looking individual, which probably comes at a huge expense to my body and brain. There is a chance that the SSRIs stopped working for you (tachyphylaxis), other medications (buproprion) can be really helpful for that symptom cluster.Also consider going to sleep doctor. If you drink caffeine or eat sugary foods, don’t for 8 hours prior to bedtime. It helps to neutralize potentially dangerous free-radicals in your body. I’ve had insomnia since I was a kid, so the opposite of you and found that once I followed the things I suggested along with a healthy diet, limiting sugar and caffeine, I have been sleeping normal hours finally and feel energized.
For example, the metformin and diarrhea side effect is a powerful one that causes problems for many people.One important and potentially dangerous interaction to mention is Berberine with macrolide antibiotics.