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    How to Make 2021 About You & Your Health

    The calendar striking 2021 brings a new opportunity to make positive personal change and regain our mental resilience. But there’s one important question we are all asking ourselves: “Where do I start?” The answer? With You. 

    January 06, 2021

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    5 Tips to Stay Healthy & Happy During the Holidays

    With Oura's holiday health tips, you can make a commitment to yourself this holiday season — and go into the new year rested and ready. 

    December 10, 2020

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    Use HRV to Manage Stress

    Ever wonder what stress or anxiety look like in your body? Your HRV can tell you.

    February 12, 2020

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    Train Better Using HRV

    Your body varies day by day, so why not your training regimen? Use HRV to get the most out of your workouts.

    February 12, 2020

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    Your Resting Heart Rate

    Resting Heart Rate (RHR) is the number of times your heart beats per minute when you're at rest. It's a good indication of your sleep quality, recovery, and overall health.

    February 12, 2020

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    Your Normal Body Temperature Isn't Just 98.6 Degrees

    Each day, your body has plans to adjust your temperature to follow your circadian rhythm by warming you up to start the day and cooling you down for sleep. Yet diet, exercise, hormones, and many other things affect your temperature.

    February 11, 2020

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    Your Normal Respiratory Rate

    Learn more about your respiratory rate and how monitoring changes can alert you to changes in your physical fitness, health, or hormone cycle.

    February 11, 2020

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    Heart Rate During Sleep: Look for These 3 Patterns

    By looking at your resting heart rate (RHR) curve, you can also see the effects of late meals, evening workouts, alcohol, sickness, or being misaligned with your body’s ideal sleep window.

    February 11, 2020

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    What is HRV?

    HRV can react to stress and/or illness before resting heart rate (RHR), which makes it one of your body’s most powerful signals—providing useful insights into your stress levels, recovery status, and general well-being.

    February 10, 2020