Am i oversleep? i feel very dizzy

@aciek12 (138)
April 29, 2012 4:20am CST
Yesterday, i sleep from 13.00 till 18.00 , at night, i sleep at 23.00 and wake up at 10.00 this morning Until now, i feel very dizzy. . Am i oversleep??how to make it better ?
4 responses
@jricky1 (6800)
• China
7 May 12
Well,i think that it's the reason that you slept too much and remember try not sleep in the day except a snap in the noon.You would find sleep well at night.
• United States
30 Apr 12
Why did you sleep so long? Did you have trouble sleeping before that time? I had 3 days where I had less than 5 hrs. sleep last week. I finally caught up on all my sleep yesterday & today, and I winded up feeling so relaxed that had a hard time getting motivated to do anything since I didn't have to do anything yesterday & today. So, I was much slower than the other days & let my mind wander & I felt so lazy that I finally started to do something after 1 yesterday - went to the Museum that I volunteer for just to do a little work outside,like I promised, but it had been done so I went in & visited whoever was working there that day & had a conversation with 3 volunteers & later 2 visitors. Then I helped one of the other volunteers who came in & delivered more stuff for the annual garage sale next week. I felt like helping since I had sooo much sleep & leisure after my sleep that I felt useless & bored if I didn't do any work. Today, after another great night's sleep, I watched my news talk shows & winded up not doing much until about 2, getting an old college sticker off my window, getting some boxes of things for the museum garage sale from the celler to the garage sale. Today was the most boring even after doing some stuff. I felt I had to go out beyond my house to do something. I don't know what, but something. So, I finally came on myLot & saw a thread that I could relate to recently.
@GemmaR (8517)
29 Apr 12
Sleeping too much can have just as much of a negative effect on us as sleeping too little can, but this is something that a lot of people don't seem to realise, which is why most people still think that the more sleep they have the better. I sleep for eight hours per night, and will usually go to bed at around 11pm and then get up at 7am. This is the time that is the best suited for my body, and you will be able to find the time that is best for your body too if you take the time to experiment around with it a little bit and see what suits you the most.
29 Apr 12
Hello there aciek12. I think all you need is some type of light exercise to waken all your bodily systems up. Do not practice a sedentary lifestyle. Likewise, you should be informed that oversleeping can be as bad as lacking sleep. Too much and too less of things are not good. These can lead to several negative results, an example is your dizziness. Just have that typical eight to ten hours of sleep, do it in a routine fashion and you will bring that biological clock of yours into normal mode again. Hope that helps. Cheers and Godbless.