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Eight weeks in and not feeling rested
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I have the same device. If you are into changing settings, here is one you might try:

Go into Clinical Settings / Comfort / Response and then select Soft (as opposed to Standard). I did this on mine and it immediately had the effect of reducing my average IAH by a factor three! 

If you have the same experience as I had, you should also find that you are no longer woken up by the machine because of feeling that it isforcing you to relieve some of the pressure through your mouth.

As I understand it, this Response setting if only available with a recent release of the software in the device. I have no idea how you would go about getting an upgrade to the embedded software. If anyone knows, could they please post a reply as well?
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