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Weight graph in Sleepyhead?
#11
I think Tom In RI is simply asking where the "helpful to him" weight graph went, or did he delete it somehow.

It was there, he found it useful, now it's gone, he misses it.

Simple...
#12
^this! Also, if you are a Congestive heart patient and need to weigh daily, due to fluid retention effecting your breathing, then yes weight plays a big part in your pap therapy because if your weight is up and your AHI jumps it will probably give you a good idea why.
#13
I do not normally bite at the drivel and implied insults to intelligence in posts like Tyrones Shoes, perhaps it (sex undisclosed ) is happy with its weight. Others are not and body mass and body weight are also an important factor in a large percentage (not all) of sleep apnoea so a weight graph can be very relevant .
The weight correlation in my case was very evident in the corresponding reduction in pressure output of my APAP, therefore the graph was useful in monitoring my treatment. It could also be turned off in the graph check list for those not requiring it so was not in anyone's way.
See how easy it is to insult without thinking things through.


#14
I think it would be helpful if SleepyHead had the option of including a weight graph for those, like the OP, who would like to see it.

The best thing to do, Tom, is to post this question in the SleepyHead thread, here:

http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...Discussion

You'll have a better chance of getting an answer there, plus it will document it as a feature request for the author.

Closing this thread.
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