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  1. I know that would be beneficial to me, but there is a 100% chance of that not happening, if you know what I mean lol I was diagnosed with adjustment disorder with depression while in, and it is in my service treatment records. I would rather not go that route, mainly because of how it could effect my personal life for reasons I'd rather not share. In my dental record upon my exit examination, "excessive occlusive wear" was noted. From what I've read, that can be related to teeth grinding, which can be related to sleep apnea. Is that something I need to submit for evidence? Or
  2. I was discharged January 29, 2011. During my time in I did not have a sleep study, but some sleep issues were documented. I filed for disability for sleep apnea through the VA January 9th, 2012. By Feb 22 2012, I had a sleep study. I was diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and issued a CPAP. After that my life turned into complete chaos with a divorce and losing my house to my wife. I moved probably 8 times between 2012 and 2014. In 2013 I got a call from the VA saying that my claim was about to be closed, and that I don't have evidence of service connection for my sleep apnea. They also t
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