If you want to email me, you need to go for a sleep study. It could be more important than blood work. Researchers are finding so much attributed to sleep apnea and obstructive sleep apnea. Plus, it could be many secondary things,like insulin resistance r/t apnea. First things first, your primary care physician will definitely sign off on a sleep study if you tell him what’s going on. Some people experience over 200 events per night. Basically, think of your airway being shut off for 20 seconds every couple minutes, like getting a pillow over your head then when you do breath ,usually people will snore or stay at under 90 % sPo2 or oxygen saturation. There are some real telltale signs, headache, feeling tired all day, can actually lay down anywhere or fall asleep at the wheel. If it is causing you some of these things and you get a cpap machine, you will feel like a million bucks. Skinny, big ,men ,women can affect anyone.