By Whoopsie - 30/06/2014 19:51 - United States - Worcester
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You could be right, but who knows why OP may've fallen asleep. Feeling unwell, helping someone out or taking care of someone at night...narcolepsy...watching a hot neighbour all night, just breathing in and out, in and out...all understandable reasons. Well, the last one obviously isn't, but you get the gist.
I used to get night terrors. I was taking sleeping pills for a while to battle them. Then I went to my sleep doctor and he got me to take a program for getting rid of trauma based night terrors (like the kind you get from ptsd or big changes in your life). Now they're almost completely gone!
Time to prioritize and go to sleep at a more decent time. Be lucky you didn't lose your job.
Sometimes it is more easily said than done. We don't know why OP is so tired, but if he gets night terrors, it could be hard to get to sleep at night. Also, there are other circumstances - maybe he was taking care of someone, maybe he wasn't feeling well, maybe he has insomnia. I don't think he should be judged unless we know.