One in six people in the UK suffer with Raynaud’s, which prevents blood from reaching the extremities, causing numbness, tingling and pain.
The cold autumn and winter months are typically worse for Raynaud’s sufferers, but you can try some of these self-help tips.
Keep warm and avoid draughts.
Try thermal socks, gloves and heat packs and exercise regularly to help boost circulation.
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