Avoid Raynaud's AttacksThe platform we use for placing our social media posts called Lately now has an AI capability for drafting article content.  Curious to see what it could do on the subject of Raynaud’s, we put it to the test asking it to suggest ways to avoid Raynaud’s attacks.

To our surprise, it did an excellent job!  Here’s what we got back from our AI buddy:

  1. Keep your hands and feet warm: Wear warm clothing, gloves, and socks to keep your extremities warm. Use hand warmers or heated gloves if necessary.
  2. Avoid exposure to cold and dampness: Try to avoid cold and damp environments. If you have to be outside in cold weather, cover your face and head to minimize exposure to the cold.