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If you do not think about various pathologies now, then we can assume that this is the norm for you.�
That is, as one option, you sleep too long when you “get enough sleep”
As the second – when you sleep less, you still do it during the period of the day that is most favorable for your body due to the peculiarities of the biorhythm.�
Perhaps there is a combination of these factors at once.�
That's all I can assume, based on the terms of your question.
This is the physiological effect of sleep deprivation. Many psychiatrists and doctors have long known this and sometimes treat diagnosed depression with deprivation, but the exact mechanisms of mood enhancement in the absence of sleep have not yet been discovered. Maybe it's the REM phase.
if you're talking about an unmotivated fit of laughter that looks more like hysteria, then it's not from a good mood) this is a normal reaction of the body to fatigue. a kind of self-test of shaking in cases where the body needs rest, but it is not given)