Monday, 1 October 2018
Living with Raynaud's disease is never easy, but it becomes especially challenging once the temperatures start to drop. It's no secret that your fingers and toes are most affected by the phenomenon, and while a lot has already been said about how to warm up your hands, the topic of Raynaud's disease in feet remains relatively unexplored. To help you get ready for winter and prevent any attacks in the upcoming months, we've prepared a few simple tips and tricks for keeping your feet warm.
Wednesday, 7 February 2018
We're already a quarter of the way through Raynaud's disease awareness month and I don't know about you, but we're feeling the cold. It's more important than ever to wrap up well and prevent episodes of the condition. We've compiled our favourite hand warmers that'll help you stay cosy, even in this frosty weather.
Wednesday, 31 January 2018
Wheat bags are an excellent way of helping you stay warm while also soothing your troubled mind. However, in more recent years there have been a handful of reports saying that these seemingly harmless aids are extremely dangerous and can cause house fires. Find out how to avoid this by reading our blog on the matter.
Wednesday, 24 January 2018
With winter in full swing, you're probably finding it more difficult than ever to get to sleep. If you suffer from Raynaud's disease, this season is particularly gruelling for you. Thankfully, we've outlined solutions to this problem in our latest blog.
Tuesday, 2 January 2018
Beta blockers, also known as beta-adrenergic blocking agents, are medications most commonly prescribed for treating high blood pressure, angina, heart failure, and as protection against recurrent heart attacks. While most people who take beta blockers won't have any side effects, you might have found yourself experiencing cold hands and feet. If that is the case, we're here to answer your questions about possible beta blocker side effects and find a solution for your cold extremities.
Wednesday, 20 December 2017
With one of the most common triggers of Raynaud's disease episodes being the cold, it's now even more important than ever to bundle up this winter. With winter in full swing, now's the time when the syndrome will once again become a difficulty you have to face daily. To help you stay warm this winter, we've created a number of bundles with products we think are most helpful for reducing the number of episodes you suffer from throughout the year. Find out more about how you can literally bundle up this winter by reading our helpful blog!
Tuesday, 12 December 2017 | John
Everyone knows the feeling of having cold hands and feet on a chilly day, but for sufferers of Raynaud's disease, this feeling is all too common and can sometimes feel like an inescapable part of everyday life. While most people can simply go indoors or sit by a fire to heat their extremities, those with Raynaud's will often have to take extra measures, and even these will sometimes be insufficient. At RaynaudsDisease, we're committed to helping those with Raynauds, and while we stock plenty of products to provide warmth and comfort, often the most important first step is proper education.
Monday, 29 February 2016 | Alex
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
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
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.