1. you breathe differently at different parts of the night.
2. you can see how your snore was spaced out, or clumped together.
3. you can see that some of the apneas that were counted in your other chart were Clear Airway, others were obstructive, and where they happened.
4. there are hypopneas as well.
These interest points just coax you to look closer at those regions, with "I wonder what made me breathe that way!?", or "looks like I got a nice patch of calm sleep there!"
So, just for grins, zoom up on your chart and post 2 - 5 minute snips of sleep one at 1:00 and another at 2:45 (if you are up to it).
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