Relief for Raynaud’s

Cold hands and feet often can be managed with lifestyle measures.

It’s normal for your body to sense cold. But when your fingers (and sometimes toes, nose, lips and earlobes) have a severe reaction to chilly temperatures, it could be Raynaud’s phenomenon, named after the doctor who first identified it (Maurice Raynaud). “With Raynaud’s, small blood vessels in the fingers and toes go into spasm in […]
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