Anyone else suffer from Reynaud’s Syndrome? It’s not fun. My fingers get like this, even when it’s not turribly cold out…
(Not my hands)
They get numb and painful, super cold to the touch like ice cubes, and go from white to blue (only sometimes) to bright pink once they are warming up again….
Been dealing with Raynaud’s for a couple years. I like to use a rice sock in the winter to keep myself warm. Just fill a tube sock with uncooked rice and tightly knot the open end shut (you could also sew it shut). Make sure to leave some room in the sock (maybe 1/3 to 1/4 of the sock) so the rice can move around. To warm it up, microwave it for about two minutes. You can adjust the time based on your microwave’s temperature. If these instructions don’t make sense, there are tutorials online. Hope this helps!Source: stripeddoll