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help reading SleepyHead data charts
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Thanks for the help several of you have been giving me in trying to figure out why my AHI #s jump around - from a low of 0.4 to a high of 9.5 in the last 10 days. Haven't been sick - no obvious changes that would cause this.

When I look at my Daily SleepyHead data charts -they are mostly black and thus hard to read. See chart from last night below for an example.

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Ideas on how to make the daily data chart NOT BLACK?

Also - I did increase my minimum pressure from 5 to 6 and then to 7. However, AHI has not been decreasing. Also - my lower readings of a month ago - mostly below 3 -where when the APAP was set from 5 to 15. Suggestions?

Thank you!

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#2
Suggestion.....post one of your graphs in the Software Support Forum, and ask for help with the black outs of your graphs. Hopefully, someone there can advise on fixing the problem as they are very hard to read.
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#3
Have you tried using the "BrokenGL" version to see if it's a video driver problem?
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