(10-12-2014, 12:50 PM)Galactus Wrote: Well see there you have it, if you are awake when it is happening, as you go to sleep then it is just the unit picking up data that doesn't really matter. If when you are asleep there is nothing than you are doing better. I'll ost a chart so you can see, and compare.
Mr Youtube can be found at http://www.youtube.com there are many videos there after a search of what you are looking for.
Hah. I thought there was someone on the board using the nickname "Mr. Youtube". My APAP is obviously not working 100% yet.
Looking at some youtube videos, I think I might need a different cushion for the mask. Can I just get those direct somewhere or do they also require a subscription order via doctor?
(10-12-2014, 12:59 PM)retired_guy Wrote:(10-12-2014, 12:41 PM)wheaton4prez Wrote: Interesting. The graph shows that many of the events are happening as I'm going to sleep. In fact, almost all of the Clear Airway events are at that time. The OSA events almost completely go away after the first 30 minutes.
There are a lot of "Vibratory Snore" events later during sleep...
Anything that occurs when you're awake doesn't count. It's called "Sleep Apnea" because the breathing thingies that occur when we're asleep are different than the breathing thingies that occur when we're awake. The machine, not being Santa Clause, cannot tell the difference between when we're awake and when not. So your observation regarding the CA's showing up while you're going to sleep make sense. They're bogus, and can be ignored.
Vibratory snore does not necessarily mean "snore" snore. It may just be mask leakage.
Got it. Is there a way to "trim" the data so that I can remove the unhelpful part of the data from the numbers?