I've been going to a sleep doctor at a sleep center for about 1 year. I've been diagnosed with mild/moderate sleep apnea during that time and now use a CPAP machine. I've also used the Zeo for about 1/2 of that time. I went in today for a consultation and brought some Zeo data in with me. My doctor said he hadn't heard of Zeo and was pretty skeptical of the data. Is there an easy way for me to convince him this data is worthwhile? He did think the time to bed and time to rise data was somewhat useful and accurate. He specifically asked me how Zeo worked, and I had to admit that I didn't know besides some radio waves sent from the headband.
Are there some other users examples of how they were able to succesfully use the Zeo data with their doctors?