7 Science-Backed Strategies to Manage Jet Lag
Follow these tips to cope with the effects of jet lag and make the most of your well-deserved vacation days.
Oura Q&A With World Champion Surfer Carissa Moore
Word Champion Surfer, Carissa Moore, sits down with Oura to talk about sleep, recovery, and performance.
9 Ways to Be More Present
You hear these phrases all the time: “Be present,” “Live in the moment,” “The present is life’s best present.” But how do you do this when your mind keeps wandering to yesterday’s regrets and tomorrow’s worries?
Why Am I Tired? How to Stop Feeling Sleepy in the Afternoon
Can’t stop yawning? Feeling sleepy in the afternoon is a common experience. Sometimes, we put this down to overeating at lunch, but the ‘post-lunch dip’ is driven by our body clock. Find out what you can start doing to counter this.
Does Sleeping Multiple Times A Day Work? Polyphasic Sleep Explained
Conventionally, adult humans are “monophasic sleepers,” which means they sleep in a single block, depositing sleep as one payment each night. However, some individuals have tried “polyphasic sleeping,” where sleep is divided up throughout the day in a series of smaller sleep segments of a few hours scattered throughout the day.
Oura Partners With USA Surfing for Their Olympic Debut
As USA Surfing heads into their Olympic debut, kicking off their season, surfers will use Oura Ring to monitor their sleep and recovery. By delivering personalized Readiness, Activity, and Sleep insights and guidance directly to their apps, Oura will help surfers stay present, improve performance, and maximize recovery.
Naps Around the World
We’ve all been there. It’s 2 pm, you just had lunch, loads more to get done, but your body wants a breather. What if you just took a nap? Naps, when done right, are a perfect way to take a short mental timeout during the day.
Oura Ring Data Reveals How Lockdowns Affected Sleep Across the Globe
Researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) teamed up with Oura to analyze sleep data from over 100,000 individuals to uncover the effect of COVID-19 lockdowns on sleep health across the globe.