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... I had an apnea index of 5. ... (3 replies)
... Does anyone know what a normal range for the arousal index is? ... (3 replies)
... My primary says she's leaning towards isomnia and didn't even mention the extremely high arousal index or what might be causing it. I can't find any info on a high spontaneous arousal index, so now I'm at a complete loss. ... (5 replies)

Sleep Apnea
Nov 11, 2008
... Total recording time was 451 Minutes The Latency to sleep onset was 6.4 minutes Total sleep time 437 minutes Calculated sleep efficiency was 97% REM latency was 241 Minutes Stage I = 3% Stage II = 78% Stage III & IV = 0% REM Sleep = 20% (31 replies)
... Mild to moderate sleep aphnea: Sleep deficiency: 57% Time: 215.5 minutes 53 arousals, Arousal index 15 per hour 27 respitorary evets, 4 obstructive hyponeas, 5 obstructive aphneas, Overall index of Apnea-Hyponea: 3 events hour Respitorary stress index: 8 events hour O2 level Awake: 97% Asleep: 87% What does this all mean, they ordered the CPAP titration as the next... (5 replies)
... My sleep study showed an arousal index of 3 per hour of sleep, which is within the normal range. ... (0 replies)
... what was your arousal index? ... (40 replies)
... Many sleep labs do not detect mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea, which still requires treatment. If you snore and your sleep study results were "normal" you should consider a second opinion from another sleep center. One way to find out if they know what they are doing is to ask the doctor if they score RERAs (respiratory effort related arousals) as part of their... (3 replies)
... Thanks for the response. :) I did some searching online and saw somewhere that less than 5 per hour is considered normal. I don't know how accurate that is, but I'm pretty sure 15-30+ isn't normal. Also, I know my results were not due to sleeping in a strange place because I slept better than I do at home! I only remember waking up 2-3 times that night, when normally it's... (3 replies)
REM sleep
Mar 26, 2009
... I had an arousal index of 32. ... (2 replies)
... I've hit a wall apparently. I guess that arousal index didn't raise any red flags for them. ... (5 replies)
... I got a sleep study done at the end of December because of bouts with Sleep Paralysis. The results came in and in a nutshell they are: -Sleep Efficiency 52.9% -Sleep onset latency 122 minutes -Short REM onset latency 42 minutes -Abnormally low stage 4 and 5 sleep 0%(yes, 0%) -Abnormal arousal index(10/hr TST), 36 arousals total in eeg, resp, and plm areas -Nightmare... (0 replies)
Sleep Apnea
Oct 15, 2008
... hypopneas index 69. ... (31 replies)
... hypopneas index 69. ... (5 replies)
... So I was wondering if someone could help me on interpreting the data.....One section is arousal count and index paramenters. ... (40 replies)

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