@Caelismadison You need to get a sleep study done, ASAP!!!
The app you are using is hiding the most important information you (your sleep doctor) needs to assess the quality of your sleep - how many apnea and hypopnea events you are having each hour. AHIs are essentially interruptions in breathing resulting in lack of oxygen delivery to your brain (snoring is a symptom). This is serious stuff! If you are getting 6+ hours per night and don’t wake up fresh, there is potentially something serious going on. I know. I have been there.
I’m 61 and about 20 years ago I had your situation, although I would get much less sleep than you seem to be getting. My doctor sent me to a sleep specialist who had me do a sleep study. Sure enough, I had a Rest Disturbance Index (RDI) of 29 (10 or below is generally considered good). [RDIs result from apneas and hypopneas]. Surgery brought my RDI to about 10.
Unfortunately, as we age our tissues get soft so my RDI went back up to 19. [Being overweight can contribute to a high RDI, but that isn’t/wasn’t my issue]. I elected not to have further surgery, but instead use a CPAP. I tried to include a screenshot from my CPAP that shows the # of my apnea & hypopnea event (AHI index), but it is too large for the Forum thread. I can monitor daily/weekly/monthly. I am averaging about 6.0 (that’s very good) and wake up rested every day I use the CPAP (about 98% of the time).
I don’t want to scare you, but lack of oxygen to the brain is very serious! Do yourself a favor and discuss with your doctor why he/she is not recommending a sleep doctor to you or find yourself another doctor that will do so. PM me if you want to talk privately.