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My pressure jumps to 17cm in the morning..
#1
Hi,

I want to share with you my data last night i noticed my pressure jumps from 16-17.5 most in the morning and i always wake up with the sound of air gushing out.. but my average says 9cm.. is this normal? or it adjust because of the leak..

i left it on 20 for the first day to gauge my ideal pressure. would really appreciate your help. thanks a lot!

here's my data>
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Pls. find as well my graph data. would really appreciate your help..

Thanks a lot!

   
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#2
You either rolled onto your back or finally fell into deep sleep. That's really too short a time span to tell what happened though since it is just a few hours.

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