The following is a graph of how many times/hour my breathing is in trouble while I wear the CPAP. There is a one-to-one correlation between the nights that I have ~2/hour and what I classify as “bad days” with spasticity. The question is which is the horse, and which is the cart. Is there a causal relationship? If I control one, can I control the other? I
I have no clue what this data means, but I am bringing to my doc on Friday.
On a lesser note, the nights that I approach 1/hour, my days are not peachy, but survivable. So, I would venture to say that the less my apnea is, the better the quality of life I have overall.
What does this mean? What does all of this mean?