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    Sleep way to much since child birth.
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    cocobutter posted:
    Hello I hope I came to the right place. My husband is like a baby. He wake, eat then sleep again, wake and eat and sleep again. Coffee doesn't really help. Driving at night is a nightmare. He eat a balance diet. He sweat a lot to, when doing stuff. Like really, he get shirt wet and fill 1/4 a cup if you can. I ask his mother and she said that he been like that since he was a child. He would wake and eat and feel asleep on the table, even feel asleep on top of his food.
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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Cocobutter,

    Your husband really needs to see a doctor to find out what is going on, sooner rather than later.

    Let us know what they find out.
     
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    An_248704 responded:
    Your husband may have narcolepsy or sleep apnea. I would see a sleep sepcialist.


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