Yep, you're right....... Shoulda had a V8.
But ignoring the extra high events on the 12th and the lack of compliance, I suggest you double down a little and work the program.
It says you are on a fixed cpap pressure of 6? I think it's time to adjust things a bit and see if you can't pull the day-to-day ahi back down to where it belongs. Next year, if not before, you're going to have another stressful period. So focus now on getting your sleep apnea well controlled and you might just discover it's not stressful at all.
I would take the pressure up to 7 and see what happens over the next few days. I would also get the bottom end off the floor of 4, by turning off the ramp, or at least setting it to minimum pressure of 6.
You know, the 12th just happened also to be the night you had the sucker on for only about 2 hours. You likely slept while watching a calming episode of NCIS or SVU, that knocks the insomnia out of yah. But, the jiggle and jurts probably bopped the machine around. So, don't sweat it. "Just enjoy the show...." - Money Ball.
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