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Monday, 29 February 2016  |  Alex
Our Guide to Keeping Warm

Feeling the freeze? At Raynaud's Disease.com, we've got you covered. Our range of high quality products are designed to ensure your warmth and comfort, but with such a wide variety of products, where do you start? Check out our guide to the products that you need!

1 CommentMonday, 11 January 2016  |  Admin
Giving You Some Glovin'

The cold is fast arriving and so are the risks of your poor hands and feet suffering from Raynaud's Disease! Blue fingers, red toes, white hands and all pain no gain...until now, because we want to reward your Raynaud's-suffering hands! Yes, you heard us, in acknowledgement of hands and feet that struggle through the winter with this condition, we would like to give you a pair of our fantastic Silver Gloves or Silver Socks to give your hands a helping hand, or shivering feet a cosy treat this winter! 

Friday, 2 October 2015  |  John
Raynaud's Symptoms Infographic

Worried that you might have Raynaud's Disease? See our helpful infographic, containing everything you need to find out more about the symptoms of Raynaud's Disease. Raynaud's is a condition that affects a huge amount of adults around the world and thankfully, there is a lot that you can do to manage and control the effects.

Thursday, 1 October 2015  |  Admin
Treating Raynaud's Disease Infographic

Find out more about how to treat Raynaud's Disease. Raynaud's affects a vast amount of people in the UK and while for some people it is a relatively minor inconvenience, for others it can be a serious problem. Use our infographic to learn more about the treatment of Raynaud's Syndrome and visit our website for a range of products to warm you up.

Monday, 28 September 2015  |  John
Signs and Symptoms of Raynaudís Disease

Raynaudís disease, also known as Raynaudís phenomenon or simply Raynaudís is a condition which affects blood vessels in extremities, most notably the fingers and toes. It causes them to contract, reducing blood flow to extremities in a very visible way.

Monday, 28 September 2015  |  John
Raynaudís and Arthritis

Raynaudís disease (also known as Raynaudís phenomenon, Raynaudís syndrome or simply Raynaudís) is a condition which causes the blood vessels in extremities, most commonly in fingers and toes, to contract, reducing blood supply to the affected areas. Alongside primary Raynaudís, where the condition is caused by itself there is secondary Raynaudís, which is where the condition is caused by an underlying condition.

Monday, 28 September 2015  |  John
Gloves for Raynaudís Disease

Raynaudís disease (also known as Raynaudís phenomenon, Raynaudís syndrome or simply just Raynaudís) is a condition which affects the blood vessels in the extremities. Usually triggered by cold temperatures or stress, it causes a reduction of blood flow in the extremeties, most commonly the fingers and toes. One of the main ways people help prevent Raynaudís attacks is to wear gloves to keep their hands warm.

Monday, 28 September 2015  |  John
Cold Hands and Feet: Raynaudís Symptoms

One of the most common effects of Raynaudís disease, a condition which causes blood vessels in your extremities to reduce blood flow, is that your hands and feet feel colder than normal. This is caused by reduced blood flow to the areas and can be quite painful.

Monday, 28 September 2015  |  John
White Fingers: Raynaudís Symptoms

Raynaudís disease (also known as Raynaudís phenomenon, Raynaudís syndrome or simply Raynaudís) is a condition which causes blood vessels at the extremities to contract and spasm, reducing blood flow. When this happens, it is known as an attack of Raynaudís and it can cause several visible changes.

Monday, 28 September 2015  |  John
Purple Hands: Raynaudís Symptoms

Purple hands are a common symptom of a severe case of Raynaudís disease (also known as Raynaudís phenomenon, Raynaudís syndrome or simply Raynaudís). Raynaudís disease is where blood vessels in the extremities occasionally contract, reducing blood flow to certain areas of the body, usually the fingers or toes. When this happens, it is known as a Raynaudís attack.


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