What else can I do to avoid a Raynaud’s attack or provide quick relief? Dress warmly, and in layers. Wear a hat when outdoors in cold weather. Try to stay indoors during cold weather. In cold weather or when exposed to air conditioning or cold temperatures (in the refrigerated section of a supermarket, for example), … Continue reading Tips for Raynaud’s
In today's video I am sharing what the products that I use for keeping my hands and feet warm.
Since saliva plays such an important role in the oral cavity, decreased salivation can lead to many problems. If this condition persists for months or years, a patient may develop oral complications such as difficulty swallowing, severe and progressive tooth decay, oral infections (particularly fungal), or combinations of these.