REM or rapid eye movement sleep accounts for 20%–25% of total sleep time in most human adults. Most memorable dreaming occurs in this stage manifested with muscle paralysis necessary to protect us from self-damage through physically acting out scenes from the often-vivid dreams that occur during REM.
When tired, we sleep on it.
When mad, we sleep on it.
When emotionally depressed, we sleep on it; but then we wake up early.
When mentally fatigued, we sleep on it.
When sleep deprived, we sleep on it.
When bored, we usually sleep on it.
To some when hungry, they sleep on it.
Also when we eat a lot, we sleep on it.
These things being said… I therefore conclude, I am oversleeping.
I’ve been dreaming a lot, lately…