(05-19-2017, 08:05 PM)quiescence at last Wrote: looks interesting. I would say that the exhales during the rattle-jack CA episodes are suggestive of highly agitated possibly restrictive (or throttling) airflow. This is also just before waking so it may be associated with your "I'm done sleeping for a while" business.
Sleeper noted in some recent posts that exhale pressure is an important key to retaining an open airway, and reduction of OAs.
I suggest you raise the starting point to 9.0 or 9.5, and keep your maximum at 10.6 for now.
and look into Vagus Nerve pressure points. pressure points can also be places to apply balm such as vaporub or hotfreeze.
Thanks for the input QAL but the last time I tried raising the lower pressure it felt really bad and the events almost doubled. Felt better with the last changes so going to make minor adjustments around them and see what happens. Right now believe that getting rid of the CAs as they feed my CSRs is what I would like to work on. Not sure if the Vagus Nerve has any pressure points that will help but it is a good suggestion that I have not tried - thanks.