Thanks for the response.
I did some searching online and saw somewhere that less than 5 per hour is considered normal. I don't know how accurate that is, but I'm pretty sure 15-30+ isn't normal. Also, I know my results were not due to sleeping in a strange place because I slept better than I do at home! I only remember waking up 2-3 times that night, when normally it's more like 4-6 average.
My results say that there were 0 obstructive apneas, 2 central apneas, 7 hypopneas, and 5 respiratory effort related arousals. Since nothing else is mentioned, I'm guessing this means most of the 15 per hour were spontaneous arousals. I haven't read about UARS, but I'll look it up.
I find the conclusion to my study results somewhat amusing:
"Mild snoring. No significant sleep apnea/hypopnea. Weight control and attention to sleep hygeine advisable."
I weigh 108 pounds, I don't think weight is an issue. :P I go to bed at the same time every night, wake up around the same time every morning (even on weekends), leave plenty of time for my night time routine and getting sleepy. Falling asleep isn't the issue, it's staying asleep.
My neurologist was expecting to hear that I snore and have sleep apnea (due to often waking with a headache). Since that wasn't the result, he didn't really have anything more to say about it. I have been sleeping a little better in the past few weeks (I still wake up a lot, but I'm not as tired during the day). I went to my GP to ask her for something to help me sleep and we decided to start with mild and go with Vistaril, rather than jump to the heavy sleeping aids right away. If it stays bad though, I will consider seeing a sleep physician.