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Raynaud's Disease

Raynaud's Disease: More Than Just Cold Hands and Feet

Raynaud's disease, also known as Raynaud's phenomenon, is a condition where blood vessels in the fingers and toes (sometimes also the nose, ears, and lips) overreact to cold temperatures or stress, causing them to narrow significantly. This restricted blood flow leads to characteristic symptoms:

Two Types of Raynaud's

Who's Most Affected?

Raynaud's is more common in:

Beyond the Cold: Understanding Triggers

Managing Raynaud's: Self-Care and Beyond

When to Worry: Signs That It May Be Secondary Raynaud's

Seek medical advice if you experience:

Living with Raynaud's

While Raynaud's can be inconvenient and sometimes painful, it's usually manageable. By understanding your triggers and practicing preventive measures, you can minimize attacks and improve your quality of life.

Key Points to Remember

Let me know if you'd like more information on specific self-management techniques, medications used to treat Raynaud's, or the conditions associated with secondary Raynaud's.