Symptoms, conditions and causes

What can I do for Raynaud's Syndrome?

Raynaud's syndrome is a condition where your fingertips turn blue or purple, usually after exposure to the cold. Stress can actually trigger Raynaud's syndrome as well. This could last from minutes to hours. 

The treatment for Raynaud's syndrome is typically to avoid the cold and/or medication that involves influencing the sympathetic nervous system, which is a part of the autonomic nervous system.  This problem may actually come from a failure of the autonomic nervous system to adapt to the cold. 

A few Raynaud's syndrome risk factors:

• A history of frostbite 

• Women in there 20s to 40s

• Estrogen dominance 

Primary Raynaud's syndrome:

• Is idiopathic (there is an unknown cause or it occurred spontaneously) 

Secondary Raynaud's syndrome:

• Comes from a connective tissue disorder 

What can you do for Raynaud's syndrome?

1. Take vitamin B1

2. Take inositol hexanicotinate 

Last updated: Aug 10, 2023 14:06 PM