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.
Raynaud’s can occur as a “primary” disease; that is, with no associated disorder. It can also occur as a “secondary” condition related to other diseases, such as scleroderma, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis.