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RE: UARS and APAP - sheepless - 10-12-2019

I wonder if the chart in #220 is simply showing ca <10 seconds followed by recovery breaths. IDK how long pb has to be to be periodic but I don't think there's enough there to be pb.


RE: UARS and APAP - slowriter - 10-12-2019

Also, a couple of resources I've found say PLMS disrupts deep sleep, while I (if we trust dreem) only wake up out of REM and light.


RE: UARS and APAP - slowriter - 10-12-2019

(10-12-2019, 02:36 PM)sheepless Wrote: I wonder if the chart in #220 is simply showing ca <10 seconds followed by recovery breaths.  IDK how long pb has to be to be periodic but I don't think there's enough there to be pb.

Oh, right; need some stretch of time to identify those candidates.


RE: UARS and APAP - mper6794 - 10-12-2019

Hi, september 24th video, i don't thimk is periodic, would Far distinct from oct 9h.....pay attention on RR kicks during PLMS ( there is a science paper on this)....this one>>>>>

Periodic limb movements in sleep are followed by increases in EEG activity, blood pressure, and heart rate during sleep
Mariusz Sieminski, Jan Pyrzowski, and Markku Partinen


RE: UARS and APAP - slowriter - 10-12-2019

(10-12-2019, 03:09 PM)mper6794 Wrote: Hi, september 24th video,  i don't thimk is periodic, would Far distinct from oct 9h.....pay attention on RR kicks during PLMS ( there is a science paper on this)....this one>>>>>

Periodic limb movements in sleep are followed by increases in EEG activity, blood pressure, and heart rate during sleep
Mariusz Sieminski, Jan Pyrzowski, and Markku Partinen

I'm not really finding anything obvious in the graphs for the two nights I recorded. What about this?

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RE: UARS and APAP - mper6794 - 10-12-2019

..more like PLMS....amplify your RR to some 10 to 20 scale


RE: UARS and APAP - mper6794 - 10-12-2019

...10 to 25


RE: UARS and APAP - slowriter - 10-12-2019

(10-12-2019, 04:37 PM)mper6794 Wrote: ...10 to 25

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RE: UARS and APAP - mper6794 - 10-12-2019

...no!...all charts....context is everything!


RE: UARS and APAP - slowriter - 10-12-2019

The context is exactly the same as the previous one. But I updated image.

Anyway, over a few minutes of that span, the only movement I see is gentle (not jerky) ankle and toes, but seems to have variable spacing; sometimes maybe 30 seconds apart, and others more like a minute.