Get Relief from Raynaud’s

Raynaud's can usually be managed with lifestyle measures

Everyone’s fingers feel cold when temperatures dip down. This is because small blood vessels in the fingers, toes and other extremities narrow in response to cold; that’s the body’s way of ensuring there’s enough blood to warm the critical organs in the center of the body. For people with Raynaud’s syndrome, however, the response is […]
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