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Refreshed analysis
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Refreshed analysis
Hello
Last time I had my results analyzed by the team of this forum was over 2 years ago
I would appreciate a new viuew here, especially as in the last month or so, I feel hard to wake up and low energy during the day. Due to that, I came back to Oscar and looked at my results. From the statistics I see that over 12 months, my IAH oncreased slowly but regularly from 1.3 to 2.3 (as per the last night)

So, I am interested if you see some improvements I could do into my settings

Thank you very much

Pierre


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Your graphs are pretty good, but I suggest that you increase your minimum pressure to 10. 

This may help reduce your events. 

Regards
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RE: Refreshed analysis
Merci
First night with min at 10 and IAH at 0.5!
Will see longer term
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Parfait !
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