This site/blog explains everything about Raynaud's Phenomenon in normal human language,
no sophisticated and scientific words, but everything discussed here have a scientific base.

This blog is created, in the hope that it will help the people affected by this disease.
Kindly use "Index" for a better experience. (Given on right hand side.)

Monday, September 12, 2011

Do's For The Patients of Raynaud's Phenomenon

  • First of all, always keep yourself warm.
  • Always wear hand-gloves, and when the temperature is pretty cold, use mittens.
  • We, need to maintain the body temperature, but we feel hot and sweaty like any other person, so the trick is to wear layered clothes.
  • The clothes must be loose fitting, that is, they must not be tight.
  • When holding something cold, no matter what for how long, use gloves/mittens/insulators.
  • Wear wool, synthetic, or cotton-blend socks. They keep our skin drier and warmer by taking the moisture away.
  • Talcum powder absorbs moisture from our feet. When our feet are damp they are more easily chilled.
  • Drink plenty of water to avoid de-hydration. (De-hydration can lower the amount of blood moving through the blood vessels.)

Warm Regards,
Kiran Nayak :-)

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