6 Tips to Help Control Raynaud’s Phenomenon Flares

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Extra socks, warm boots, fleecy gloves, and heated hand warmers are good ways to stop the cold from penetrating and will help ward off Raynaud’s flares. Ask other people to take things out of the freezer for you, or wear gloves when doing so.

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  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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