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2 CommentsTuesday, 12 December 2017  |  John
Whats the Difference Between Primary and Secondary Raynaud's?

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.

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, 24 September 2015  |  Admin
​Cold At Your Fingertips: Our Hand-Protecting Products

You know what they say, cold hands, warm heart, and weíre all heart here at Raynaudís, where we do our very best to bring you only the most effective products for fending off those awful Raynaudís attacks through the winter months.

Thursday, 24 September 2015  |  Admin
​Feeling Blue? Raynaudís and Discoloured Fingers

Raynaudís Disease got you feeling down or your fingers turning blue? White fingers may have become the symbol of Raynaudís everywhere, but blue fingers are just as likely, just as painful and just as able to benefit from our range of warming products here at!

Thursday, 24 September 2015  |  Admin
How Raynaudís Disease is Treated

Whether you suffer from Primary Raynaudís Phenomenon or Secondary Raynaudís Syndrome, there is sadly no cure for either. Those with primary Raynaudís may be lucky enough to see their symptoms fade as quickly as they came within a few years of their arrival, but for many people their relationship with Raynaudís is for the long run. While there may be no absolute cure for this chilly condition, there are ways of treating it so its impact on your everyday life can be lessened.

Wednesday, 23 September 2015  |  Admin
​Cure Cold Hands

If youíre one of the estimated 10 million adults in the UK suffering with Raynaudís Disease then youíll know the daily struggle of needing to keep your hands warm. Cold hands and fingers, or feet and toes are a sure sign that you may be suffering from Raynaudís, which is triggered by poor blood flow and compromised circulation in the hands.

Tuesday, 22 September 2015  |  Admin
​Frozen Feet: Raynaudís Symptoms

Raynaudís Disease Symptoms may be most commonly in the hands, but they can also affect your feet. Toes are just as vulnerable to Raynaudís as fingers and can suffer the same colour-changes as blood supply is cut off. With the feet being some of the coldest areas of the body, and not easily as warmed as hands which can simply be rubbed together, keeping feet feeling warm can be quite the task!

Monday, 21 September 2015  |  Admin
​Home Treatments for Raynaudís Disease

Raynaud’s Disease may have no cure, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be managed. Taking measures against attacks of Raynaud’s doesn’t complicated and, thanks to our great range of products, can be done from the comfort of your own home!

Monday, 21 September 2015  |  Admin
What Causes Raynaudís Disease?

We may have a plethora of items to help you understand how to best manage Raynaud’s Disease, but do you know what causes it? Neither do we, in fact, in the case of Primary Raynaud’s, nobody does! Unprompted by anything apparent, you may have heard it being called “Raynaud’s Phenomenon” due to its mysterious nature. Secondary Raynaud’s Disease, on the other hand, is caused by a pre-existing health condition, medications or long-term damage to the area.

Monday, 21 September 2015  |  Admin
​What is Raynaudís Disease?

The winter months are upon us and we’re all about to start feeling the chill, cue furious hand-rubbing, the futile search for the other glove, and hugging your morning coffee for hand-heating goodness – until Raynaud’s stops you in your tracks. If you’re one of the ten million UK sufferers of Raynaud’s disease you’ll be all too aware that these usual thermal remedies just aren’t enough to keep out the cold. With Raynaud’s Disease affecting your blood flow, hands turn white with the chill and living with this condition through the winter months can be incredibly uncomfortable and disruptive to your routine.

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