We hope the this infographic on Hot Facts About Raynaud’s will be useful in helping those with Raynaud’s identify their symptoms, help them understand that their pain and discomfort has a medical explanation, and encourage them to seek appropriate treatment options.
Most people (including many medical professionals) have little, if any, knowledge about Raynaud’s. But they should, because it’s a very widespread medical condition. And while for most people Raynaud’s may not be serious, it can be a sign – often the first sign – of a more serious autoimmune disease, so it warrants serious medical attention.
- Raynaud’s incidence in the population
- Gender differences for Raynaud’s
- Key triggers for Raynaud’s attacks
- Description of Raynaud’s symptoms
- Most knowledgeable medical specialists
- Treatment options
- Lifestyle suggestions
Hot Facts About Raynaud’s
Special thanks to our friends at HeatMax, makers of Grabber® and HotHands® warmers, for helping us put together this infographic on Hot Facts About Raynaud’s.
For more information about Raynaud’s, check out our 35-page guide The Cold Facts on Raynaud’s at www.raynaudsguide.org.