I saw the last post you made regarding this. At that time I wished you a happy holiday and thought that would be the end of the Android QA you seem to do all day, every day.
However, I noticed you getting back into that not long after you got back to the 9-5 routine and couldn't help but think "you said you weren't doing this any more". Obviously from my point of view it was nice because I enjoy conversing over Android with you and I'm certainly not alone in that (though I am aware of your NDA's and don't feel the need to pester you about upcoming releases or fixes, etc).
Now you've once again gotten to the point where you need to tell people to leave you alone, I'll be curious as to how long that'll last again.
I appreciate you like to get involved and more-so, you're a nice person who likes to help (even to your own detriment, it would seem). At the same time Google+ is much
better for the average Joe to look for support than all of the helpsites/groups in existence - we get the "personal" response direct from source without spending all day searching. It's a toxic mix and as soon as you offer an inch, the internet will take a mile and this cycle will never end.
If it were me, personally, (of course I cannot speak for you) and I had a skill so sought after by the rest of the world that I could not live an hour of my life without it being called upon I would do two things:
1) Create myself a page that'll be used for anything Android.
2) Make it clear on my profile that it's a personal one and not for Android. Point people to the other one which will be used when I want to talk about Android and no other time.
At first it'll be like no one is paying any attention to your request, but people will start getting the message when you politely state on any post you're +'d in on via the personal account that they should + the page and you'll get to it when you have the time.
This will by no means completely resolve your problems, but it should dilute them to a more manageable state. Of course you need to make sure your personal account is just that and talk as little about Android on it as possible, instead using the page to do so. If you don't people will feel it's fine to + you in on posts since you are publicly discussing it.
This would be my approach, coupled with the word "no" for people who don't "get it".
Anyway, enjoy your holiday and get rested up. As someone who's suffered from both stress and cronic lack of sleep, I know exactly how important it is that you get yourself back on track.