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Hello from a new BiPAP user
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(07-05-2017, 06:18 PM)robysue Wrote: Raven87,

Your data looks very, very good in terms of AHI, leaks, and usage. So the big question is: How do you feel?

Are you waking up feeling reasonably rested? And do you have enough energy to get through your days without feeling tired, exhausted, or excessively sleepy?

You ask:
(07-05-2017, 10:08 AM)Raven87 Wrote: I have a some questions... 
1. Should I increase my PS minimum more? 
2. Should I increase my PS maximum (still on 6) more? I have not adjusted that at all yet.
If this were my data, I would NOT change the PS settings.  You're doing great right now, particularly since you also write:

Quote:Overall, I am sleeping very well and feel so much better.

So my advice is this: Stick with your current settings since they're working, you're sleeping well, and you're feeling good.

Thank you Robbysue. 
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