Active_Remove1617 t1_je2go01 wrote

No,I hear that’s really good. Top class. This makes the O2 poor performance all the more lamentable. The o2 measuring is actually accurate but the sample rate is awful.


Active_Remove1617 t1_je1wmtx wrote

I don’t rate the Apple Watch oxygen monitoring. It only samples about 10 times in a single nightly sleep period. I sometimes wear an oxygen monitor and it never correlates with the watch. I’m on CPAP too.


Active_Remove1617 t1_iruskjz wrote

I once read a study about this kind of subject where there were and abnormal amount of traffic accidents near Paris and it was concluded that sunlight coming through the trees at particular angles at a particular time of day was triggering epileptic fits in some drivers. It’s been forty years since I first came across the study. Would not know where to begin now.