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SnoreClock App

Post by Snoring Insomniac » Mon May 09, 2016 10:57 am

Has anyone tried this App?

I only heard of it yesterday. £2.99 is a no-brainer, so I gave it a go.

Just reviewed last night's performance & am shocked! I would have said I was awake most of the night, but the noise suggest otherwise. And what noises!!!!! First time I've ever heard myself. No wonder my sleep quality isn't good, it sounds like I'm fighting for every breath.


Does anyone here know how to analyse the data?


Thanks

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Re: SnoreClock App

Post by Sleep2Snore » Wed May 11, 2016 7:39 pm

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Re: SnoreClock App

Post by Snoring Insomniac » Thu May 12, 2016 8:56 am

Thanks S2S

I know how to view the data. I mean analyse it. IE, my 50% snoring rate, I don't know if that's average or really bad...

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Re: SnoreClock App

Post by Sleep2Snore » Fri May 13, 2016 12:26 am

What you want to look out for is periods where you stopped breathing.
How loud are you snoring?
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Re: SnoreClock App

Post by Snoring Insomniac » Sat May 14, 2016 9:30 am

Thanks again S2S

I'm not sure the App is sophisticated enough to detect that, is it?

BTW, I'm not claiming that I stop breathing (for long periods) or that I have Apnoea. I did I full overnight Sleep Study in hospital in 2010. I was in a rickety narro bed with metal rails. Probes stuck all over my head & chest. Some big monitor the size of a brick strapped on..... If I could devise a plan to prevent sleep, I could only add an un-lubricated Hedgehog where the sun don't shine... It was awful. In the morning I was told the results showed loud snoring (surprise to me, as I didn't think I'd slept at all), zero stage 3 or 4 sleep, BUT No Apnoeas or drop in Oxygen... I ended up being shoved down the ENT route & had Uvula & Tonsils removed.

My snoring is loud, but it's the type of noise that concerns me. I have periods of proper snoring (in and out), but lots of choking & gasping & moaning.





I've just done a 7-night CPAP trial, which I'll keep to the other thread.

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Re: SnoreClock App

Post by Sleep2Snore » Thu May 19, 2016 9:50 pm

Don't like the sound of that!
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