Raynaud's disease: How to stop throbbing fingertips when coming in from the cold

published 13.01.2021 16:29

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However if you have Raynaud's disease, blood vessels in your extremities respond to cold weather by contracting in an exaggerated manner.

For mild forms of Raynaud's disease, covering exposed skin – with gloves, scarfs and warm socks – before leaving the house can help.

Although not very common, chilblains can emerge as a complication of Raynaud's disease.

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