I need some help on my cham. I noticed that about a week ago he has started sleeping a lot during the day. Not long ago he has started keeping his left eye closed almost at all times, even when feeding. He seems quite healthy and hydrated. Eats pretty well, maybe, just maybe, a little more lethargic than usual. I thought it could be because the UVB is too strong? I have some pics. Chameleon Info: Your Chameleon: About 7 month old male veiled chameleon. Handling: I try to handle him. As he is sleeping alot he seems ok to be handled. If he's awake he will puff up and hiss but can be held. Feeding: Eats well, up to 8 small dubia roaches a day around 3 o'clock. I have a colony of roaches that are fed a very good high quality cat food, oats, and occasionally lettuce. Supplements: I use Flukers calcium with d3 almost every feeding, exo terra multi vitamins about twice a month. Watering: He has a monsoon mister going off for 30 seconds every hour. I try to mist with a spray bottle once in the morning and afternoon. His poo looks good, so I assume he's drinking. I only saw him drink once. Fecal Description: Normal looking black with a normal looking white urate. Never been tested for parasites. History: Only had him for about 2 months, don't really know his history before then. Cage info: Cage type: Screen Reptibreeze 48x24x24 inch. 3 sides are covered with plastic wrap to keep humidity in. Lighting: One 10.0 tube zoomed UVB light. One exo terra 75 watt daylight basking spot bulb. Lights turn on at 7 am and turn off at 8:30 pm. Temperature: Basking spot goes up to 95 degrees Fahrenheit. The rest of the cage stays around 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. I use two thermometers and a humidity gauge. Night time temps can go to 65 degrees Fahrenheit at winter. Now, it's about 67 degrees. Humidity: Stays around 50 percent but can go down to 30. When I mist with a spray bottle it can go up to 70 percent for about an hour. Again, I use a humidity guage. Plants: I have some fake plastic vines and three live plants, an umbrella plant, pothos, and a Venus fly trap (I read on this forum fly traps are ok). Placement: Low traffic right now as I'm in school during the day. It is located in my room about 2 and a half feet from my window, 3 feet off the ground. Location: I'm located in Eastern Washington. Hot summers, cold winters.