Oura Ring

GrammaLinda

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After I read Cort's experience I researched Oura. I felt it was pricey but after realizing hey - I certainly am not spending any money on this debilitating disease for meds or treatment - I am getting the ring. I have no trouble wearing it 24/7. I have had it for one week and only take it off to charge when the app tells me to charge. Less than one hour. I have found it to be very helpful. I think sleep plays a bigger factor than I ever realized. It tracks all phases of sleep. I am low on rem's. When it was really low last night I have had the most horrible day today. Can barely stand without assistance and my digestive system has gone beserk. It monitors heart rate and recovery and actually gives you a readiness score. Or tells you based on all data to take it easy today. Someone in another post had mentioned their training. I ask what training? I wish I cold. We have had several gorgeous sunny days and when feeling better than today I have pushed and worked outside for a couple hours daily. But I pay dearly. Pain and not in overused muscles. Sickening pain.
I highly recommend the ring for help managing and pacing.
 
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JameDiagonal

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What other rings are available in the market and how does it differ to Oura? I'm not sure if I've gone thru that thread. Anyway, I 'm happy that it works great with you.
 

GrammaLinda

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What other rings are available in the market and how does it differ to Oura? I'm not sure if I've gone thru that thread. Anyway, I 'm happy that it works great with you.
I do not know what else is out there I trusted the observations of Cort and the Oura. I have a Samsung watch, which is good also. But it doesn't track phases of sleep which are very important. Samsung does not track temperature, either. I find that vital. It cost $300, which to me was expensive - but considering, as I stated, I am left to my own devices with this disease - no $$ going out to meds or treatments. Just turned loose to my own devices. Managing and pacing, which I frankly, am not good at. Oura is a very helpful tool for me.
 

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