The Ava bracelet is worn like a watch, at night while you are sleeping where it measures specific physiological parameters when your body is completely at rest. These include:
- Skin temperature
- Resting pulse rate
- Breathing rate
- Heart rate variability ratio (HRV)
- Heat loss
Here are a few things I love about the Ava…
#1 It tells me how much sleep I got, and how much of that sleep was light or REM sleep. I really like this because it’s pushing me to go to bed earlier and make sure my sleeping environment is on point! I’m also paying attention to how my sleep is impacted by the different phases of my cycle, and how much my sleep impacts my hormonal health (it really does ladies! We need our sleep).
#2 The fertility window is unquestionably accurate. Last month it readjusted my fertile window to a day later (May 8th instead of May 7th), based on the data it had been collecting since I began using it on April 15th (which was the middle of my previous cycle). Impressive!
#3 Ava gives you a cycle report once you’ve completed a full cycle. This cycle report shows details such as cycle length, luteal and follicular phase length, period flow, period length, average day of ovulation and the longest and shortest cycles.
If you’re digging the Ava Fertility Bracelet you can get your hands on one right here. And be sure to grab my special $20 discount by using code HCJARDIM at checkout!
(Click here to read my full Ava review)