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A Little Depressed by Recent Numbers
Spouse, I used a tennis ball. Smile

Zonk, I'm using an S9. Love that little machine.
Spouse, I've noticed that when I do have events they seem to happen about a half hour into sleeping, last about half an hour. Then I'll sleep largely uninterrupted during the night and have a cluster of events again in the morning, shortly before I wake up.

All I can say is that I'm sleeping better than ever now and feel more alert during the day. Can't wait until the sleep debt is paid off.
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So last night was my best night yet. No hypopnea incidents and only two others—one OS and one CS.

I know I'll have good nights and bad nights, but to have the best night of sleep I've had in over twenty years is reason to celebrate. Smile
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