Overall my AHI is down a lot. (about 1.75 per night on average) I had one night with an AHI of 0 (Zero). I use the machine 7-8 hours or more each night; and tolerate it much better than the ResMed S9 Autoset I used about the same number of hours each night, so that seems odd.
I still have excessive daytime sleepiness each day even though I am certain I'm getting better sleep. That was one of the justifications for my sleep specialist prescribing the SV Adapt - hoping to reduce or eliminate daytime sleepiness.
Does anyone with sleep apnea (or Complex/Mixed Apnea) have any information on a drug called Modafinil which is the generic name for Provigil? I don't take it but I am considering asking my Dr. about it next visit. It apparently is very effective at dealing with excessive daytime sleepiness.
It seems it's used by quite a few "yuppies," students and other Gen X brainiacs and techies as a drug of choice to help them focus during the day. It's even used by the military as a way to stay awake in combat situations. That's not me at all, but I would gladly use it if it would help my EDS.
I use SleepyHead and ResScan to track my data. SleepyHead is much, much easier and faster to use than ResScan. ResScan does generate nice reports but it takes forever to get them. I export SH data to an Excel spreadsheet where I can study it from many different perspectives.