I have done blood tests all normal my b12 and folate are also normal
Sleep apnea can cause a lot of stuff, and it can also cause nothing at all, so it's very hard to say. I have a friend who has it when he gets overweight -- that's the greatest cause of it along with conditions such as asthma or allergies so when you add too much weight to those things it can cause it -- and when he has it he gets anxious when he drives because he's tired. His permanent fix is losing weight, but when he does have it he says CBD oil fixes the anxiety for him and helps him sleep. How much it affects someone depends on the severity and just who you are. I wake up all the time and my doctor kept wanting me to get tested for apnea, but do take care in who does the testing because most sleep study centers are just ways to sell you a CPAP machine, as it's a gold mine that needs constant expenditures of money. My problem was from one of the 3 most common sleep problems, that caused by side effects of medication, and I could never get this doctor to hear me that I never had it until I stopped a medication and got a sleep problem. So one, make sure you do have it, and make sure it's the problem if you do have it. My wife has it, it's obvious, she often wakes herself up by snoring or snorting but just goes back to sleep and has no ill effects from it. So as you can see, yes, it can be a nightmare or nothing at all. Do get tested, you've seen several docs and they've so far eliminated a lot of possibilities -- one was a slow heart, but you apparently don't have that -- and if it's severe, try the remedy for it and if your problems go away you know you've found the answer. If they don't, you know you haven't. But it could still be lots of things and sometimes it takes a lot of different doctors to find one who finds the right answer. As with most things medical, the answer is, yes. and also no. It just depends on how your body reacts. But it could also be something else. Keep searching. Peace.