Cold Hands and Feet
Thursday, 6 December 2018
Raynaud's disease is extremely common, yet many people don't know which steps to take to prevent Raynaud's episodes and many more don't even know that they have the condition. There is plenty of advice for protecting your hands, though less so for your toes, despite Raynaud's in toes causing difficulty walking in extreme cases. To solve this deficit in Raynaud's toe prevention advice, this article explains How to Prevent Raynaud's in Toes, explaining how with a few tips and tricks you can make winter more bearable.
Thursday, 22 November 2018
Raynaud's disease can take anywhere between a few minutes and a few hours to subside, with your fingers, toes and other extremities remaining either a white colour or a blue colour with numbing, tingling and pain. Although there is no cure, Raynaud's is generally nothing to worry about, but that doesn't mean you can't take precautions to ward off attacks. This article explains How to Prevent Raynaud's in Hands, perfect for those who are concerned about a long winter ahead.
Thursday, 15 November 2018
Cold hands are normal even in warm temperatures, as they are a sign that your body is regulating its temperature. Persistent cold hands however are more of a concern, and if you find your hands staying cold for a significant amount of time along with other troublesome symptoms, it may be a sign that you need to start asking questions. This article explains the reasons why you suffer from cold hands, what it could mean, and the steps you can take to make living with cold hands easier.
Thursday, 15 November 2018
With the weather starting to get colder, most of us are updating our wardrobes to prepare for the long winter months and freezing dark nights. If you have Raynaud's disease, the problem becomes a lot more difficult, as even the slightest change in temperature can bring on a Raynaud's episode. As buying for Raynaud's can be costly, we've decided to present Our Best Warming Raynaud's Bundles, which include specially selected products bundled together to help you keep warm at winter for an affordable price.
Wednesday, 7 November 2018
Cold weather is slowly but surely making is way across the UK, and sufferers of Raynaud's disease are bracing to tough it out over the next few months. One of the first parts of your body to feel the cold is your feet, so we've had our experts pick out some of the best socks and warmers out there to stop the cold in its tracks. These are some of our best Warm Socks for Cold Feet, along with some other useful tips to keep you warm!
Tuesday, 6 November 2018
If you suffer from Raynaud's disease, then you'll know all too well how cold and painful your hands can feel, no matter what time of year it is. With the right pair of gloves, however, you can better manage the condition by retaining and targeting heat where it is needed most. View our top picks for the Best Gloves for Raynaud's Disease to find the perfect pair for you!
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.
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.
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!