Our CGM Program combines powerful data and in-app insights to empower you towards long term metabolic health.

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How it works👇

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1. Receive your CGM sensor & start tracking your glucose in our app

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Glucose CGM sensor tracking app
Get notified for sugar levels spike

2. Get notified when your sugar levels spike & what to do about it

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3. See how food, sleep, exercise and stress affects your glucose levels

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Glucose Response
Discovering the right diet and lifestyle

4. Discover the right diet and lifestyle to improve your health

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5. Take control of your long term health

Glucose level score

Listen to your body with Vively



What is the importance of having a CGM?

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A continuous glucose monitor (CGM) is a type of glucose monitor that works through a tiny sensor inserted under your skin. It measures your interstitial glucose level, or the fluid between your cells, storing this data every few minutes. A transmitter in the device wirelessly sends the information to a mobile app so that you can monitor what your blood sugar is doing throughout the day. To obtain your glucose data, all you need to do is scan the sensor with your phone. If you do not have diabetes, you may be wondering: aren’t glucose monitors not needed for someone like myself? Even if you do not have prediabetes or diabetes but are insulin resistant - or borderline insulin resistant - committing to several months of using a CGM can be a powerful way to discover what foods, exercises, and habits keep your blood sugar stable and thereby reduce your risk of developing a more serious condition down the line.

The CGM provides instant and personalised feedback about your dietary and lifestyle choices, helping you understand what works specifically for your body to optimise your metabolic health. For example, both brown rice and quinoa are whole grain carbohydrates. But perhaps your body metabolises quinoa in a way that does not cause a blood sugar spike or vice versa. Or maybe it's a matter of whether you are eating a certain food before or after a workout that makes your body tolerate it better. See where we're going here?

Why do you only provide one 14-day sensor in a 3 month plan?

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Great question. At $129 per sensor, that could get quite expensive and out of reach for lots of people. Fast!

That’s why Vively has designed a system that only requires 14 days worth of glucose data every 3 months. Once we have your data, our dietitian and algorithms use that data to help you implement your insights and learnings, in a measurable way. Then in 3 months time, its recommended that you re-calibrate your glucose data with another sensor. That way, we bring the cost right down for you, but you’re still able to adapt to any changes in your diet and lifestyle, and give you the control over when you monitor your glucose.

You can purchase additional sensors through the app at cost price whenever you like. Free shipping included.

Do you replace faulty sensors?

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Occasionally, sensors can be faulty. If you experience an issue with your sensor, our support team will help you troubleshoot the issue. If it’s deemed faulty by our team, we will walk you through the process of receiving a free replacement direct from the manufacturer.

Unfortunately, we won’t be able to replace sensors that have been damaged or mis-used by the user.

Is this only available in Australia?

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Yes, at this time the service is only available in Australia and on Australian app stores. Users must have an account with the Australian Apple App store or the Australian Google Play Store in order to use the product.

What is the minimum device and operating system requirements to use Vively?

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iOS App:            
▪ iPhone 8 and later, running iOS 15.5 or higher

Android App:            
▪ NFC-enabled smartphones, running Android 8 or higher

Is the sensor water resistant?

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Yep, it's water resistant - but it's not waterproof. You can wear it during exercise (including swimming) and in the shower. We'll give you a complete breakdown of what you can and can't do with the sensor when it arrives.

What is insulin resistance?

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Insulin is a hormone secreted by your pancreas that regulates blood sugar levels. Its function is to convert glucose, or blood sugar, into energy for bodily functions.

Insulin resistance occurs when your muscles, fat, and liver do not respond to insulin. If your body does not respond to insulin, your blood sugar remains higher (since it is not being converted into energy as efficiently) and your pancreas will produce more insulin, leaving your insulin levels high as well. People who are insulin resistant are likely to develop type 2 diabetes and inflammatory conditions down the line.

Oftentimes, individuals may not exhibit any symptoms, but over time as the condition worsens, the pancreas is no longer able to produce enough insulin, which results in elevated blood sugar levels. As a result of high blood sugar levels, symptoms such as hunger, energy spikes and crashes, stubborn weight gain, frequent urination, thirst, headaches, and skin infections can occur.

What happens to my data?

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At Vively we take our data security very seriously. All of your data is 256 bit SSL/TLS encrypted. Access to your medical records are encrypted with the industry standard AES-256 encryption algorithm to protect your data at all times. You can read more about this in our privacy policy.
Only our health professionals and authorised staff will have access to view your medical records. Data can be stored on third party servers, but it’s always encrypted.