So for the past 2 months or so, I have been feeling very tired in the mornings. Lots of brain fog an my eyelids feel very heavy. Took a blood test, my thyroid TSH is up to 2.5 from 1.5.
Decided to check my data. I have a weinman somnobalance, so I can pull the card and read the csv, but the sleepyhead software doesnt work with my machine.
So I have total sleep time and RDI. My sleep hours vary from 5 to 8 hours.
My rdi varies from 1 to to 14 (mostly its under 10)
So what does all this mean? What is a good range of rdi numbers to have.
Cants stand this brain fog anymore or this tiredness I feel in my eyes!!
I should note, I am also a runner, and run about 3.4 Km not flat by hills in about 30 minutes.
I have been losing weight from 110 Kg to now about 98 Kg (target is about 90Kg).
I am also 197 Cm tall
Anyone help with interpreting these numbers and what can I do about this tiredness? Any supplements? I have Gaba and melatonin, but havent taken them
I know nothing specific about your machine, I am assuming that "some" things are common among all machines.
your pressure is VERY low, I find I feel starved for air below 6 and you never even get that high. I spend most of my time around 9-10CM. I would try to understand why your machine is set so low. I can only assume that your machine specifies pressure the same as ours across the pond, cm H2O?
I have no idea what comfort settings are available to you, but this can make a huge difference, if your not comfortable then you wont get good sleep.
I have no idea if there is a professional version of software for your machine that the Doctor uses, perhaps you can get hold of that so you can see the nightly detail. If it graphs the results and you can take a scree shot, my guess is that that would be close enough for people here to look at
I agree. Increase pressure and use trial and error if you don't have good data. You should feel the difference. None of the machines sold in the U.S. are capable of pressure less than 4.0 cm, and very few people can use that low pressure.