Hi! You didn't reply in the chat, so it reverted to the question/answer format. I'll answer here, okay?
I'm rather concerned about this as I know you are. I can imagine how worrisome this situation must be for you. You are indeed sleeping in a pattern that needs to be examined, evaluated, and assessed.
It is possible that everything medically will check out. And then it will be a psychological issue that you will need to address in psychotherapy. However, you need to rule out the biomedical possibilities first. That's crucial.
Your condition is called idiopathic hypersomnia. That's a big term that means that you're sleeping too much, there's no apparent cause visible, and that it's not an issue of lack of muscle control. Here's a link to a reliable web page about this disorder:
So, please, make an appointment with your doctor to be referred for the evaluation process to rule out why this may be happening.
Okay, I wish you the very best!
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