Oura offers integrations between the Oura App and several continuous glucose monitor (CGM) companies. To use one of these integrations, you must have an active Oura Membership, and a subscription to the CGM service.
What Are Continuous Glucose Monitors?
A continuous glucose monitor is a wearable device worn on the back of the upper arm to track interstitial glucose levels. Glucose levels indicate how your body responds to certain foods, and monitoring them can provide insights into your sleep and recovery patterns.
High or low glucose levels can cause sleep disturbances. Likewise, low-quality sleep may also impair glucose metabolism. To learn more about how sleep quality and glucose levels affect each other, check out our blog post.
CGM Integrations with Oura
Currently, three CGM companies include the ability use Oura Ring data within their apps:
January’s app uses data from a continuous glucose monitor and any compatible activity tracker (including the Oura Ring) to provide glucose predictions and real-time behavior insights. For more information on how it works, see the January website.
Supersapiens (Europe only)
The Supersapiens app can use sleep data from an Oura Ring to chart the impact of glucose on sleep, and vice versa. Workout metrics can also be imported from Oura into Supersapiens. For more information on this integration, see the Supersapiens help article.
Veri users can automatically import sleep and workout data from Oura into the Veri app, as well as see heart rate and sleep stage data overlaid with the glucose data. For instructions on setting up an Oura integration with Veri, see the Veri help article.