In the mail was a letter that said, "We would like to take this opportunity to let you know that one of our board certified sleep physicians (MY DOCTOR) has interpreted your recent sleep study and has preliminarily determined that the study showed signs of Primary Snoring." So they don't want to say inconclusive in writing anymore and call it "Primary Snoring"???
I briefly searched online to find out what Primary Snoring is but didn't really find a definition but more how it differs from sleep apnea. The differences listed are:
- A complaint of snoring by an observer without witnessed gasping.
- No evidence of insomnia or excessive sleepiness due to snoring.
- No dryness of the mouth upon waking.
- No associated abrupt arousals, lowered oxygen in the blood, or cardiac disturbances.
- Normal sleep pattern.
- Normal breathing pattern during sleep.
- No signs of other sleep disorder.