Just make one pressure change at a time and leave it for a week or so, checking your data each day. Remember, you are looking for trends, (changes over time.)
Good luck, keep us posted on your progress, keep up the good work.
I admire you for sticking with it, given that you haven't had a sleep study.
(03-01-2014, 10:10 PM)Franklyspeaking Wrote: Thanks for everyone's help, I feel so dumb sometimes asking questions so please forgive if my questions sound silly.
Don't ever feel dumb~! If you were dumb, you'd not be smart enough to realize you don't know something...
We've all asked most of the same questions at one point or another, keep asking til it gets explained in a way that you understand
Please remember, one night's data alone has no value, you are looking for trends over weeks or months not a day here or a day there. We all have both random good and bad days (or nights).
Me for example - great AHI lately, but last night I spiked my pressure to the limit, not once, but three different times, and my AHI last night was 14.9 (leaks were low) - in other words, I had a bad night last night, and if I looked at it alone, my machine (which goes to 25) isn't enough for me - but again, that was *one* night.
*I* am not a DOCTOR or any type of Health Care Professional. My thoughts/suggestions/ideas are strictly only my opinions.
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