Raynaud's Disease Remedies and Supplements

Raynaud's disease is a condition that affects the flow of blood to the extremities of the body, causing pain, tingling, and discoloration of the affected fingers or toes. Fortunately, natural treatments for Raynaud's disease exist, including magnesium oil, lemon water, and cayenne pepper.

What is Raynaud's Disease?

Raynaud's disease is one of countless diseases that is rather elusive. Some connect this condition to lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, or thyroid disease. It is often counted as an auto-immune disorder. Triggers of Raynaud's disease include stress, cold (even from something as simple as opening the freezer!) and nutritional deficiencies. 

In Raynaud's disease blood flow is restricted to the extremities causing pain, tingling, and discoloration of fingers and toes. A typical recommendation for those with this disease is to avoid cold. But this is not always easy for those who live where the seasons change, and especially in areas where it is cold most of the time. Air conditioning, cold air from the freezer, or even a cool breeze can make it nearly impossible for those even in temperate climates with Raynaud's to avoid cold at all times.

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List of Remedies for Raynaud's Disease