I've pretty much pulled a 12:00 pm - 12:00 am 2 days from then before, with interrupted sleeping XD Usually when I have severe insomnia, I pull an all nighter, an all-dayer, and then crash around 8:00 am and sleep for until 8:00 am or sometimes 12:00 pm the next day
Hmm... in my experience, discounting the usual terror of mental health issues - I tend to think of it as a bit of a shock. In my experience, one time - I woke up in a different bed - after having passed out on the couch, and thinking to myself: "omg... wait... what happened? Why am I in this bed? Who put me here?" plus most likely thinking about the dream I had, that woke me up. But there's also a sense of loss of time to go with it - like you've felt like you've only slept for seconds, but you've slept for an entire day. There might be moments where you almost wake up from your 24 hour sleep marathon, but you're only in a half dream state, and never fully move your muscles. It's happened to me enough, that the shock feeling has gradually gone away, and it's left me with a feeling of frustration like: "why did I waste all of that time sleeping? Why couldn't I have been awake during that time?" But the first time it happens, it usually fills you with amazement and wonder.
LOL YES I THINK THAT WOULD BE WISE Haha... but sometimes I feel like I honestly need a little boost of energy :'D I guess I have to make it that way for myself OTL Tea is better I'll use tea... but only when I'm happy and I know my body will cooperate with me :'D And I can only have white tea... not Green, not Black. Black tea in general is horrifying