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Y axis shifts?
Haven't been sweating at night for a while. All of the bedding has been the same for a while. I sleep primarily on my left side. I sometimes roll over onto my back but never on my right side because I blow Mrs. PaytonA right out of the bed and she does not appreciate that too much.

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Uhhh......that's right - PaytonA
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Resistance is futile. Time to try the P10. Coffee
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Since I have recently started learning how to post images, I will post some Sleepyhead images that show the change.

First, the good.

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Then the bad.

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Lastly, last night.

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I think that I got a little improvement last night.

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Picky, picky, picky...you need to quit looking at that data. The spikes are caused by Mrs. PatonA jabbing you in the ribs for throwing your arm across her face. That's evidently some Freudian act you're subconciously subcociously unaware of doing while asleep.

But seriously, I'll trade you graphs anytime. There is nothing wrong with yours that amounts to anything. Someday it'll change back to square one and you still won't know why. Obviously it's caused by an intermittent leak but the cause of that leak is up for grabs. You have nothing to worry about until you get larger leaks that go on for a much longer time.

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Payton: You'll have to move to Seal Beach. (pun Intended.)
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I am really not that concerned about it. It is just a puzzle that has become a challenge to solve.
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