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Help in analyzing Sleepy Head data
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Hi. I'm a newbie to Sleepyhead and pretty new to this forum. I have looked as best I could to find a step by step description of what each of the daily graphs produced by SH means, i.e., definition of terms (what is being measured), what is most important and why, acceptable/unacceptable (good/bad) ranges, etc.

Can anyone point me to such information on the forum or elsewhere?

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(01-24-2016, 08:12 PM)A1BSTEG Wrote: Hi. I'm a newbie to Sleepyhead and pretty new to this forum. I have looked as best I could to find a step by step description of what each of the daily graphs produced by SH means, i.e., definition of terms (what is being measured), what is most important and why, acceptable/unacceptable (good/bad) ranges, etc.

Can anyone point me to such information on the forum or elsewhere?


This may help:
http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...SleepyHead
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