The problem with treating symptoms like yours is that they could be caused by a myriad of things. The more you research the more you will realize how everything is interconnected and overlapping. Thyroid function, either directly or indirectly affects the whole organism. Some of your symptoms could be from low T, which could be due to thyroid issues in conjunction with other nutritional deficiencies.
When trying to address a laundry list of issues, which so many of us have, I think the best route is a holistic one. Dont go after symptoms individually because their source can be so varied you could be chasing your tail for years.
The most expedient way I have found to address issues like your is to simply step back from the symptoms for a bit and ask yourself "what does my body need for optimal function"? Then what you do is put together a complete supplement plan and ride it out for quite a few months and then reassess your symptoms and see what changed.
Many homeopaths operate the same way. Patients come in with a huge laundry list of symptoms and instead of going into analysis paralysis trying to identify and solve each one the first step is to address the body as a whole. Invariably this action alone alleviates a majority of the symptoms making whats left a lot easier to isolate and address individually.