Clinomania is one of many mental disorder categorised under the category of anxiety disorders. Clinomania is symptomised as being obsessed with bed and related objects. Diagnosis of clinomania is little difficult as excessive sleepiness is often taken as laziness by people. Though clinomania is associated with many other psychological disorders like depression, chronic fatigue syndrome and sleep disorders, it is different in many ways. Thus diagnosis of clinomania demands that other disorders and conditions to be ruled out. Following points can be used as a diagnostic guidelines.
A very common but rarely known psychological condition, Clinomania is characterised by the excessive desire to be in bed. Today 70% of the population suffer from this condition. Symptoms of clinomania includes, excessive sleepiness and desire to be in bed, difficulty in leaving the bed, obsession with other bed associated objects, physical inactivity etc. Clinomania has adverse effects on person’s personal, occupational and social well being.
Clinomania is a condition where a person has an excessive desire to stay in bed all day. People who suffer from clinomania are obssesed with their bed and hate getting out of bed. If you think you might be suffering from this condition, here are a few points that can help you identify whether or not you’re a clinomaniac.
#1 – After a long day at work, all you can think of is hitting the pillow. Any other house work, cooking, cleaning or even meeting friends for that matter doesn’t interest you as much as sleeping does. Continue reading “Signs That Clearly Indicate You Suffer From Clinomania”