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You can actually force your hands to warm up through a simple exercise. Swing your arm downward behind your body and then upward in front of you at about 80 times per minute. This exercise forces blood to the fingers through both gravitational and centrifugal force.

Eat Iron rich foods. Lack of iron may alter your thyroid metabolism, which regulates body heat. Iron rich foods include poultry, fish, lean red meat, lentils, and leafy green vegetables. Orange juice is okay too since it increases the body's ability to absorb iron.
Eat iron riched foods.

Dress to maintain your body temperature. To keep your body temperature warm you need to dress warmly. This does not mean to just put on a pair of gloves and a beanie. Perspiration is a bigger cause of cold hands and feet than temperature. If you wear 100% cotton this caused perspiration and will chill your feet. Cotton blend fabrics is a much better choice.


Try foot powder. Clothes aren't the only way to keep dry. "Absorbent foot powders are excellent for helping keep feet dry," says Marc A. Brenner, D.P.M., a private practitioner in Glendale, New York, and past president of the American Society of Podiatric Dermatology. But he cautions people with severe cold feet problems caused by diabetes and peripheral vascular disease to use a shaker can rather than an aerosol spray, since the mist from the spray can actually freeze your feet.


Don't smoke. Smokers set themselves up for cold hands and feet whenever they light up. Cigarette smoke cools you in two ways. It helps form plaque in your arteries and, more immediately, nicotine causes vasospasms that narrow the small blood vessels. These effects can be especially hard on people with Raynaud's. "Raynaud's patients are sensitive even to other people's smoke.



Eat a hot, hearty meal. The very act of eating causes a rise in core body temperature. This is called thermogenesis. So eat something before you go out to stoke your body's furnace. And eat something hot to give the stoking a boost. A bowl of hot oatmeal before your morning walk, a soup break, or hot lunch will keep your hands and feet toasty even in inclement weather.



Dehydration can aggravate chills and frostbite by reducing your blood volume. Ward off the big chill by drinking plenty of fluids such as hot cider, herbal teas, or broth.



Coffee and other caffeinated products constrict blood vessels. The last thing you want when you have Raynaud's syndrome is to interfere with your circulation.



Avoid alcohol. Don't be misled by the lure of a hot toddy, either. Alcohol will temporarily warm up your hands and feet but its detrimental effects outweigh its benefits as a hand and foot warmer. Alcohol increases blood flow to the skin, giving you the immediate perception of warmth. But that heat is soon lost to the air, reducing your core body temperature. In other words, alcohol actually makes you colder. The danger comes from drinking an immodest amount and being subjected to unexpected cold for an extended period, which can lead to severe problems like frostbite.


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Readers Remedies for Raynaud's

Remedy By - ColdHandRay
Date - 24 November 2010

Remedy
Keeping my body warm does no good at all. I can sweat bullets and my fingers still freeze. April 2010 I started adding 2 drops of Grapefruit Seed Extract to my lemonjuice (1 oz) and water (24 oz). I have not had a Raynauds episode since. Works for me.


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