sleeping for very long periods or being extremely tired during the day.
excessive sleeping, especially during the day.
sleeping too much or being too sleepy during the day.
extended periods of sleep.
This is a problem which is characterized by too much sleeping.
also called excessive (daytime) sleepiness or somnolence; the inability to remain awake during an individual's normal wake period.
a condition that means “someone who sleeps too much.
Prolonged or too much sleep. In adults, this usually means NORMALLY sleeping more than 9-10 hours a day.
Excessive sleepiness for at least one (1) month as evidenced prolonged sleep episodes or by daytime sleep episodes occurring almost daily.
Excessive sleeping (can be from 9â€“20 hours, or more); a symptom of dysthymic and major depressive disorder.
Excessive or prolonged sleep. Sometimes associated with difficulty in awakening or sleep drunkenness.
excessive sleepiness, as evidenced by prolonged nocturnal sleep, difficulty maintaining an alert awake state during the day, or undesired daytime sleep episodes. [DSM-IV
Sleeping for uncharacteristically long periods of time.
excessive sleep, characterized by recurrent episodes of unusual daytime sleepiness or prolonged nighttime sleep. Different from feeling tired due to lack of or interrupted sleep at night, persons with hypersomnia are compelled to nap repeatedly during the day, often at inappropriate times such as at work, during a meal, or in conversation. These daytime naps usually provide no relief from symptoms. The symptoms are typically treated, not the underlying problem. Stimulants, such as amphetamine, methylphenidate, and modafinil, may be prescribed. Other drugs that doctors sometimes use include clonidine, levodopa, bromocriptine, antidepressants, and monoamine oxidase inhibitors. Page on hypersomnia.
Excessively deep or prolonged sleep period; Symptom is described as excess sleepiness
Hypersomnia, also known as excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS), is excessive amount of sleepiness.