I like my nasal pillows as well as anything and after going back an forth all week find the medium size work best. My nose isn't as sore. My eyelid is not droopy now. And it was such a strange feeling to wake up the other day and feel like both my head and my body were awake and ready to go. So unlike the wake up in a fog and hope the coffee will hit, and maybe feel like getting dressed sometime before the end of the day. Of course being retired lets you set your own time limits, which is why I started volunteering recently so I have to be up and somewhere by a certain time. I have no discipline.....
I am still trying to find answers on this board, but mostly what I'm finding is how to adjust your settings, and what I'm searching for is interpreting what the numbers mean. So far I get the AHI but what does all this mean? It was the same as yesterday. And how do I check for last week's readings, or do I only get to see the previous night? ResMeds9autoset.
Last night it showed I used it for 9.3 hours and my AHI was 4.4 my pressure is at 6 and EPR level is 2 (what's that?)
I am not a math person but if someone could explain what the abbreviations stand for and what it means, I would appreciate it. That S could also be a 5--not sure if I read that right. I get the smiley face and all.