(05-30-2014, 09:04 PM)ShelaghDB Wrote:Quote: Make sure Sleep Quality set to ON in the clinical menu
otherwise if set to Usage, the AutoSet becomes more like an Escape model which you don,t want
Thank you for that tidbit.
Interesting as I now must assume many others are using Macs here as well for I have seen so many mention SleepyHead software.
Ok, I will have to go through and read it all again tomorrow as I don't yet know how I am supposed to figure out what to set my machine at, what numbers. My Escape was set at 13 but now this will change.
In any event, this no doubt not a 3-minute procedure
/wonders why anyone would but an auto set only to make it work like an escape but figures this will all become clearer to me when I am setting it up
Thanks for ur help
The medical mafia likes in lab $leep te$ts. The manufacturers work for the medical mafia, not the patient, so they put a dumb down setting to keep the patients from getting any ideas about looking at their own data.
(05-31-2014, 10:04 AM)ShelaghDB Wrote:Quote:SleepyHead software works fine on my MacBook Air. I'd be very surprised if it wasn't the same with one of your MacBook.
Yes thats what i have gathered. The person I bought the AutoSet from suggested Rescan only. Hence I wondered if it was better than Sleepyhead but the more I look around, I see tons of Sleephead software on members info, hence there must be a lot of Mac users on this forum
Quote:If you want to use the auto just set the min / max a couple lower and higher than your prescribed pressure to start. I hope you see where I'm coming from, it's not that difficult and I'm sure you will grasp it all very soon.
LOL Not so easy. I keep getting distracted and lose where i was....too many new posts to read ;-)
Ok, I must buckle down now and get this done........... I think my number is 13 so I have to look that up to make sure and I guess i set it to 11-15?
SleepyHead still has some bugs. Sometimes the display of information is messed up. The author is working on it and improving things. ResScan is more stable, and has fewer bugs.
To me, SleepyHead is much better than ResScan other than the display errors. I find it's easier to find the information I want on SleepyHead.