I am a 46 year old male. My height is six feet and weight is 216 pounds. I have been having balancing problems for over a year. It is some form of sensory ataxia. I also have compression in C4-C5 and C5-C6 cervical spine. I also have severe sleep apnea. I had some breathlessness and chest discomfort last year. I had a positive TMT and had an angiogram. The result was minor plaques. Since then, I was given Ecosprin 75, Monotrate 10, Dilzem 30 and Atorva 10. Again, I have breathlessness. Also, my chest pain is on and off. I feel fatigued and tired. Again, I had an ECG and Echo. The ECG was similar to the last time with T-wave inversion. Last year Echo showed mild concentric LVH and mild diastolic dysfunction. My latest echo reported mild concentric LVH, moderate diastolic dysfunction with increased LVEDP, dilated LA, sclerosed aortic valve and mild PAH (PASP=40mmHg). I have enclosed the above reports for your reference. Are my symptoms of breathlessness and fatigue due to diastolic dysfunction? Or due to my sleep apnea? I am not able to use CPAP due to body jerks and discomfort with CPAP. Is this diastolic dysfunction serious? Will it lead to heart failure? My BP is usually 140 to 150/80 mmHg. Is there a chance for minor blocks in arteries having become bigger? What course of action should I follow now?