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Rera sleep
I seem to have the apena undercontrol . Buf the rera i dont.  Is there away to control rera
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#2
RE: Rera sleep
It would help to post your data.

In general, however, you increase the pressure setting in order to try to reduce the number of RERAs scored by the machine.
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Post a recent graph showing RERA's.  The last graph you posted a couple weeks ago didn't show any RERA's.   Dont-know
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http://imgur.com/a/K47y5

I Am trying to understand. I am thinking it might have been a mask leak that caused it?
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RE: Rera sleep
Your data looks great. Only one hypopnea and one RERA doesn't seem to be a cause for concern. Most in this forum would love to have numbers as good as yours. It's nice to have 0 events but I don't think it's realistic to expect that frequently. I consider my therapy to be excellent but I don't have many nights as good as what you posted.

I would say your RERA are already well controlled unless there are nights a lot worse than what you posted.
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RE: Rera sleep
Agree with Melman.  Your data looks really good, can't get much better.   Smile

I think you may be looking at that crazy pie chart.  You only have two events total, so they are split on the pie chart, and of course that makes it look bad.

The only thing I noticed are the breaks in therapy. You are waking several times.

You had a few leaks, assume they are mask leaks (see the spikes on the leak graph) that may be waking you.

The leaks aren't bad though and doesn't affect therapy.
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