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5 Signs of Raynaud’s Disease and How to Manage It

Raynaud’s disease, or Raynaud’s phenomenon, causes blood vessels in your extremities to become narrow. This disease restricts the blood flow to your fingers and toes. These attacks occur when from exposure to emotional stress or cold weather.

This misunderstood condition can be controlled with lifestyle changes. However, it can become severe, causing skin sores that lead to gangrene. Here are five signs of Raynaud’s disease and how to manage it. There are two types of this Raynaud’s disease-primary and secondary.Primary: This is the most common form of this condition.

It’s unknown what causes primary Raynaud’s disease, but it’s not because of a medical condition. For example, you may first notice discoloration of your fingers or toes when you’re out cold.  ADVERTISEMENT Secondary: This is a more severe form of this disease due to an underlying illness or other factors. Raynaud’s occurs in people with these conditions: ADVERTISEMENT These diseases damage your blood vessels and arteries, putting you at risk for Raynaud’s disease.

ADVERTISEMENT Anyone can get this disease, but some groups are more likely to get it. Those people most at risk include the following:Watch for these red flags that can reveal this syndrome.The first indication that you have this condition is that your hands or toes turn a pale white when exposed to cold or stress. You’ll notice how the tips of your fingers are extremely pale, but there’s a line below where your skin is a typical color.

People may mention it to you because it’s very noticeable. The skin of the affected parts of your body turns white because the blood flow is restricted. Once your extremities start warming up, they’ll turn blueish purple. This symptom happens because as the

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