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I've done a lot of research with people who have these symptoms. Of course some people have specific neurological diagnoses that cause neurological issues and thats different. But in the remainder of cases i discovered they all potentially had sleep Apnea. Either caused by snoring, weight, head injury, etc. The only other cause that was much more rare but possible was Lyme Disease. So definitely ask your doctor for the test to rule that out then ask for a sleep study. Sleep Apnea can cause a host of neurological issues (tingling & numbness, tired, weight gain, heart issues, fatty liver, visual anomalies, vibrations, headaches, the list goes on) Definitely see a doctor and get help. Make sure its not something else. If test all come back negative definitely get a sleep study to diagnose the possibility of SLEEP APNEA. Best wishes
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