(11-23-2015, 06:05 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: As long as you're on hold, why not download Sleepyhead from the link at the top of this page, and see if your CPAP is working to improve your sleep? The answer as to whether you can reduce pressure lies within the data.
Well, I downloaded it and uploaded my data. I do know that my AHI was roughly 2.1 with APAP, now I am down to 0.77. In the last few nights I've had 3 CA's, 8 hypopnea's, and 4 obstructive apnea's, and 3 RERA's. So, I would assume it's working fairly well. I do know during my sleep study the tech told me I was loaded with RERA's.
So, that being said, do I just ride it out and see if the air swallowing resolves itself? Maybe this is just an adjustment period and I have to get used to the constant pressure? I am so dang miserable though. I guess I need to buy stock in Gas X or something else for the time being. But, I did take some of that today and it's not helping