6 Tips to Help Control Raynaud’s Phenomenon Flares


For scleroderma patients, Raynaud’s phenomenon symptoms are much more apparent in the winter when the brutal cold takes its toll. However, there are ways to manage the condition that can help sufferers quickly recover from a flare and get the circulation flowing again.

We’ve put together a list of six tips to help manage Raynaud’s phenomenon flares based on information from the Sjogren Syndrome Foundation.

Warm Water

When you come in from the cold, one of the quickest ways to bring your hands (and feet) back to their normal state is to run them under some lukewarm water or soak them in warm water until the color comes back.

Read Nicola’s latest article about how the seasonal changes impact Raynaud’s.

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One comment

  1. Charmaine Nygaard says:

    I use hot hands-and find they help me the most. Thanks for your update. Plus I put beanbags in the micro bag , warm them up and hold onto it until my fingers return to a better status.Thanks, Charmaine

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