Perfect! I'll make the changes and we'll see what happens.
My wife likes the air COOL, hence the manual settings for temp and humidifier. I think we've found the balance of temp and humidity that doesn't cause too much condensation for the machine to choke (it took a few nights of experimentation).
I'll follow up in a few nights as well once we get some more data.
Thank you for the response! I'll up the min. to 7 cm and change EPR to 3 cm (that's actually where it used to be), and get some data for a few nights and follow up.
My wife is a new CPAP user - not officially diagnosed with sleep apnea - but we had a spare machine and she wanted to give it a try for a few weeks to see if it'd make a difference. Since I sleep next to her I know she snores a LOT, and I can hear her stop breathing several times throughout the night.
We're still going through the process of trying different masks and whatnot, so the results are relatively minimal, but I'll post the screenshot from OSCAR below.
She is currently using the Philips DreamWear with the nasal cushion, which she likes best so far (not a fan of the pillows).
The settings are very basic as you'll see, and we wanted to see where we might begin to tweak the settings a bit. One of the issues she is experiencing is that she loves COLD air, and also likes the humidifier, so we're trying to find the balance of cooler air and humidity that won't cause the condensation and then the machine choking a few hours into use.
Anyhow, would appreciate any insights you may have!
I've been a CPAP user since June 2019, diagnosed with mild sleep apnea by my sleep doctor via a home study test. I started with the ResMed AirSense 10, and just recently switched to the AirSense 11.
I've used the ResMed AirFit P30i since the beginning, and generally average about 8 hours of sleep per night with the machine. I'm very comfortable with it and have noticed a difference the past few years utilizing CPAP therapy.
I haven't talked to my sleep doctor since 2020, and highly doubt any adjustments have been made to the machine or my therapy since then. I learned a few days ago about this program called OSCAR, the ability grab data from the machine, and start taking control of my therapy. I very much like that idea!
I wanted to start optimizing my therapy and learning what all this data means and how to use the tools I have.
I was hoping to get some help in interpreting a general night's sleep based off the screenshot in the Google Drive link below, and where I might begin to start making tweaks to the settings, and if it even makes sense to. I've read a few forum posts and wiki's about OSCAR and the data, but will need a bit of hand holding.
My wife is a new CPAP user, but I'll post her data in a different thread so as not to mux everything up.
Would certainly appreciate any insights as to what is going on, what I might be able to tweak, what I can learn, etc., and thanks in advance!