Gliders are nocturnal which means they are most ACTIVE at night, but they can still be awake and alert during the day. My gliders will normally wake up, play for a while, go back into their pouch and groom each other, come back out, etc.
It could be the change in environment that has her a little off-kilter. You really should let her be for a few days so that she can get used to her surroundings. She is more than likely stressed out and once she gets used to her new home and the people in it, she will settle down.
Do you plan on getting her a friend? Gliders are social animals and cannot be kept alone. They will eventually get depressed, which can lead to over-grooming, lack of appetite, self-mutilation and starvation. Having a friend should also even out your glider's sleep pattern.
And since you're new, I'd like to offer a few other friendly suggestions. First being take your glider to an exotic vet. If you don't know of any vets let us know the area you live in and we will help you find one. Make sure you ask for a wellness exam AND a fecal smear/float. The fecals will help rule out any parasites in your glider.
Also, what diet are you feeding your glider? Gliders can live up to 15 years with proper care, and we want our beloves pets to live as long as possible. A good diet is a step in the right direction!
What size cage do you have? Gliders need lots of room to glide and play! So the taller, the better when it comes to cages. And be sure to fill it with toys!! Anything safe for a baby is safe for a glider. Mine love barrel of monkeys, Fisher Price toys and straws. Just be sure to avoid anything with catnip as that is toxic to gliders.
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