If you've ever had a sleep study and gone over the results with your sleep specialist, you may have been overwhelmed by the sheer number of acronyms used when measuring certain key aspects of your sleep.
All of them matter, to be sure. However, there are two which are of particular interest for those who have sleep breathing disorders.
AHI and RDI both measure the quality of your breathing during sleep, but they technically count on different aspects of breathing in order to arrive at their numbers.
So what is the difference between AHI and RDI?