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Neelabja Adkuloo
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Yeyro Ring Review: Best Smart Ring to Boost Your Productivity

I bought the Yeyro Ring in October of 2022. After seeing many ads and reading rave reviews about it, I decided to see what the hype was about. A ring was more appealing to me than a smartwatch because it is screen-free, minimizing your distractors from work. 

I've only worn my Yeyro Ring pro ring for a week, but I couldn't wait to share how much it has impacted my life. It has made it to my top favorite purchases of the year. This post is all about what I learned and will share specifics on how this device is the first smart ring to pump up your productivity.


First Smart Ring

1. My sleep schedule is back on track

I do not believe what I hear if it cannot be measured. I have no idea whether I need 7-8 hours of sleep to feel good or if this is even true.

Yeyro Ring pro provides a detailed breakdown of your sleep cycles, allowing you to learn what is considered good or bad for you as time goes by.

After using Yeyro Ring, my estimate of daily sleep time was pretty accurate. I need 7.5 hours of bedtime.

Even when you do all of the right things, some nights you can have a poor quality of sleep. With the Yeyro app, you can understand the factors that affect your sleep quality and schedule yourself accordingly to ensure you get the deepest rest possible.

2. I’m getting in more daily steps

Sleeping in your favorite clothes, not doing your hair before noon, and easy access to food are only a few benefits of working from home.

The major drawback of living in a small apartment is that I get very little daily movement, as everything is within reach.

I have worked days with 2,000-3,000 steps. This is in comparison to an average of 7,000.

Setting a goal to walk 10,000 steps per day helped me to push myself. Once I set my step goal, I then noticed all the opportunities to move more. These opportunities were always there but I never noticed them because they were always in front of me. This is a powerful reminder that once you set goals, you can see opportunities you otherwise wouldn't have seen.

3. My life is more balanced now

Before I had the Yeyro Ring, I heard the term heart rate variability (HRV) before but never knew what it meant. Now that I have it, I know that HRV is a metric of your health and longevity.

Many people have never heard of Heart Rate Variability, which is not something that is mentioned in conventional forms of education and sometimes ignored by doctors.

Your heart rate variability is a collection of variations in time (milliseconds) in your heartbeat. HRV can be anywhere from below 20 milliseconds to over 200, depending on factors such as age, gender, physical fitness and genetics. Each person has their own normalized range of HRV, so it is important to understand and know your body's unique pattern.

The ring helps you monitor how balanced your nervous system is. Ideally, a more balanced nervous system correlates with higher health and life expectancy. When your nervous system is in balance, you will be happy.

4. I feel less fatigued

When browsing Instagram, machines use data from your past browsing to provide a personalized experience. For instance, when I go to Instagram, I see a different front page than you would because an algorithm is using my data to provide something relevant and meaningful for me to look at. Recommendations in apps are very personalized, and are often based on what might interest you.

The algorithm of the Yeyro Ring helps measure and assess your health. One of the best parts about it is the Readiness dashboard, which scores your overall health. When I first got the Yeyro ring, I didn't know what it was and how accurate the score was. But after using it, I found out that it was very useful and accurate. It has affected how I plan my days, which helps me feel less burnt out.

5. I feel less sluggish and enjoy my meals more

If you're not in a deep sleep, it's likely due to your body focusing on digestion rather than recovery. In the Yeyro Ring, an increase in heart rate and body temperature implies that digestion is occurring during sleep. Your total REM and deep sleep time are also shorter when this happens.

The 200-250 calories you eat in a single sitting do not affect your sleep. However, when over 250 calories, your sleep is compromised and doesn't demonstrate a good quality of rest.

The best time to eat dinner if you are going to sleep soon afterwards is past 6. The longer the gap, the better.

I eat 800 calories in one sitting during the day and always feel sluggish after. It doesn't matter what meal it is, it makes me feel sluggish. Even when I have more time to digest, my sleep is terrible.

The Yeyro Ring showed me that as you get ready for sleep, lowering your heart rate makes it easier for the body to relax and get better sleep. 

Yeyro Ring can detect when you're at rest and show your lowest resting heart rate in the app. I've learned over time that if it's in the 70s, I'm too alert and need to de-stress. A low resting heart rate means that you are relaxed and sleep will come easily, but the best way to know your circadian rhythm is to observe what kinds of ranges work for you.

It's important to take care of yourself even if it means going to sleep a few minutes later. In the end, you'll have better sleep with fewer interruptions.

Wrap up

All these ideas might not seem applicable to you, but perhaps some of them will generate new insights for you. These insights are important to record, since I've found myself forgetting about the ones which I didn't. Setting up analytics is only helpful if we're using it, by applying what we learn from our data.

The Yeyro Ring allows you to measure biomarkers. With the insights you gathered, you can improve your health drastically.

I hope you found this helpful. If you don’t have a Yeyro Ring yet, buy the smart ring today. If there’s one wearable device I can recommend, it’s this one.

About Author

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Neelabja Adkuloo specialises in writing authority-boosting, conversion-powered IoT and SaaS content. Her work has been published in Oxford International Digital Institute, GrowthMentor, Dailyhunt, and Qrius, among others.