By Anonymous - United States
Today, I woke up in a complete daze. It took me a few minutes to realize what had happened. Apparently my sleepwalking problems have returned, only this time I managed to overdose myself with Nyquil. As a result, I slept for fourteen hours, wet my sheets and lost my job. FML
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  dramakat11  |  0

She obviously took the nyquil while sleepwalking! My friend's dad eats while sleepwalking all the time. It's hilarious. He eats really weird thinks like pickles dipped in margarine or still-frozen corn dogs.

  DameGreyWulf  |  0

You're a dude.
I read somewhere that dudes fair better if they have a sleeping schedule (a constant set bed time and wake time), whereas women fair better if they are allowed to sleep as they wish, waking themselves rather than setting alarms or someone else waking them. Kinda odd...
But, anyway, it's not really a good idea... though I'm sure even if you're a chick it's a problem if it's 14 hours. That's too much sleep.

Also consider that you're a young teen. Sleeping long is easy for you, but if OP is an adult (beyond the lower 20s) then sleeping long isn't so easy.

Also consider that if OP is sleepwalking, likely (s)he doesn't sleep easy in the first place, so overdose can be what kept him/her out, especially if (s)he pissed him/herself.
Aaaand, yeah, probably OP found evidence of what happened and assumed.

  jane99  |  0

What do you mean 'with out your eyes'? I do crazy things in my sleep. Change clothes, clean, do laundry, rearange things. So apparently sleepwalkers do use their eyes.