Living with Raynaud's

Do your hands, fingers or toes ever turn white, blue or reddish purple? 1 in 6 people in the UK live with Raynaud's, a condition that affects the blood supply to certain parts of the body - usually the fingers and toes.

Do you get cold hands or feet and are unsure whether you, a member of the family or a a friend has Raynaud's?

Find out more about the symptoms to help you fully understand it.

You may be wondering what has caused your Raynaud's? To help you understand it better read about some of the causes of Raynaud's.

Do you regularly have cold hands or feet? Does it have a large impact on your life and you are in pain? You may need to visit your GP for a diagnosis.

Here is some information on diagnosing Raynaud's.

Learning to live with Raynaud's and manage symptoms is sometimes difficult. This section will give you some nutritional information on how to wrap up warm, nutrition advice and exercises that may help.

Diane talks about her diagnosis of Primary and Secondary Raynaud's.