Anything below 5 is good. Of course, the closer to zero you can get is good, too. BUT don't kill yourself trying to get there. Watch the data and find out where your range is.
For me, it's a good night if I have less than 3. I've noticed that when I am sluggish, it is days where the AHI is over 3.5. But we're all different. And soooo many things go into having a good night's sleep. Stress, food, surroundings, etc.
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Breathe deeply and count to zen.
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