Slep·to·ma·nia noun \ˌslep-tə-ˈmā-nē-ə, -nyə\
Definition of SLEPTOMANIA
1. a persistent neurotic impulse to steal sleep wherever and whenever possible. Unlike narcoleptics who can’t help themselves, sleptomaniacs can, but will still steal sleep anyway, even mid-conversation or in the middle of boring sex. Often confused for narcissistic assholes, they’re usually just so tired they don’t even feel like explaining themselves.
2. A city in western Slovenia.