-SWS wrote:I'm not so sure about my own vote now. I was one of those who answered: "I have no interest in purchasing a Zeo". Now I'm starting to become interested in it... Sorry for skewing the results!
I am the other person (so far) with no interest in purchasing a Zeo. I already have a pulse oximeter that I just bought a few weeks ago and have yet to use because as suspected...the morning headaches have quit since I purchased the pulse ox. I knew it would happen that way. Headaches for 3 weeks and bite the bullet and buy the pulse ox (despite AHI less than 1 most nights) and I really didn't think they were desat headaches.....get the pulse ox and headaches go away without even using the darn thing.
I already sleep fairly well considering all things that are beyond cpap control and my data is quite decent and if my back didn't feel like I have been thrown from a horse and then trampled on...my sleep would be fairly unexciting and I just don't see what the Zeo data would offer me in some way to make me feel better. Nothing that I can see that would alter the way that I do things.
I am getting older and when it rains..my joints hurt like the devil. I don't need something else to tell me that sometimes my sleep stages aren't ideal. I already know that... So I just don't want any more "stuff" on me right now unless it will point to some miracle revelation that will point me in a direction that improves how I feel.
I like data as much as the next person but only if I think it is going to point me to something different or useful.
I really do need to go bring out the pulse ox and at least use it once. Otherwise a total waste of my money. I am afraid that the Zeo would suffer the same fate.