Thank you. I want to point out that I did the test from a take-home sleep study, not a sleep watch. I only entered "sleep watch" as a description of the evidence I attached because "sleep study" was not available as an option. If you have read the medical files I have attached, my RDI is 17.8, which is quite high. The report was also interpreted by my ENT doctor, who specializes in sleep apnea, and he said that my low AHI might have been because the device did not measure chest movements and airflow, so essentially the device missed out on the hypomanic episodes that could have shown up had those been measured. I have scheduled a new sleep study with him with a device that measures those. I do not have depression as I do not lack motivation, and my only problem is persistent fatigue, difficulty with concentration, thinking, problem-solving, and formulating sentences (I stumble over my words a lot). Due to this, I am having a problem with my studies, and I have been suffering for two years. I agree that I feel pessimistic about my prognosis because of how much I have suffered, but that is not my concern: I want to know the prognosis for a patient like myself objectively. I don't want to become less intelligent for the rest of my life due to sleep apnea which has gone untreated for the last two years. I have heard that the effects on intelligence (represented in IQ) are greater if you have sleep apnea at a young age than in old age. I am also worried that my brain could have been growing since two years ago when I was 22 and that it was slowed down because of the sleep apnea, which in effect would result in a decrease in IQ (because I would have grown slower intellectually than I used to before having sleep apnea).