6 Tips to Help Control Raynaud’s Phenomenon Flares

Review Your Medication

Certain medications such as beta-blockers can make the symptoms of Raynaud’s worse and there are medications that your doctor can prescribe to help ease the symptoms such as calcium channel blockers.

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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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