We found an article on Prevention's web site that includes information that we contributed in 2009 to a book published by Rodale, Prevention's parent company, called the Doctor's Book on Home Remedies. The web article is dated 2014, so it's good to see our efforts recycled! Two things covered by Prevention that aren't commonly shared by doctors: First,
Well & Good, a publication in New Zealand, published an article in August titled How to Manage the Pain of Raynaud's Disease. We're always glad to see Raynaud's in the press, and given the fact that this article was published during winter in that part of the world, this was very timely content for local Kiwis.
While no product will work for everyone, it's good to know that some Frosties are finding solutions that are bringing them relief. Kristel (MO) is a runner and one of her tips shared on Facebook says she's found that placing a disposable hand warmer (like Grabber® or HotHands® ) along the waist band of her running pants helps
Several fellow Raynaud’s sufferers recently submitted suggestions, and we’re sharing them in our Member Tips – Spring 2016 post.
Jan on Facebook shared with us a video posted on LittleThings.com for making your own disposable hand warmers. The formula makes what is known as "Hot Ice," and the ingredients require only baking soda, vinegar and boiling water The post includes a video from Household Hacker with everything you need to know to create the Hot