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SleepyHead Data - leaks
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(06-13-2014, 07:51 AM)bdok74 Wrote: Anyway, back to the original question...am I a mouth-breather? How can I tell from the sleepyhead data? My wife seems to think I'm mouth breathing at certain times in the night (waking her up). Is there a definitive way to tell from the data? Or other ways to tell?
Waking up with dry mouth is an indication of mouth breathing
Its harder to detect on the software as your leaks don,t look too bad for most of the night but normally when you see some spikes in the graph at some periods and none at other periods

Some masks exhausts are noisier than others, maybe that and mask leak what waking her up
Ask her if she can hear snoring too

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