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Saturday, March 7, 2009

Alternative Treatment of Raynaud's Disease

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by PETER HUTCH


Raynaud's disease is a condition of the circulation that affects blood supply to the skin and causes the extremities of the body to lose feeling and become numb. The symptoms of Raynaud’s are most commonly associated with cold and stress and sufferers of this condition will find their toes and fingers feel very cold or even lose sensation in response to a stressful situation or exposure to cold.


Raynaud's Disease is an uncommon condition caused by nervous spasm in the small arteries, especially of the fingers, resulting in their going cold, white, and often numb. It most often affects young women. Raynauds disease is a condition that causes extremeties of the body such as fingers and toes to feel cold and numb. Prolonged attacks can be painful and debilitating. It is caused by spasms in the blood vessels reducing the flow of blood to the affected areas, and can be brought on by low external temperature or stress.

Treatment involves symptomatic relief using herbal medicines such as Chilli & Comfrey Cream and Ginger to promote peripheral blood flow. Supplementary Rutin along with Bilberry and Horse Chestnut are all excellent long-term treatments vital to improve the condition of the blood vessel walls and thus the efficiency of the circulation generally. Herbal Medicine Rub in calendula (marigold) ointment if the skin is broken.

Chilblains are caused by exposure of extremities such as fingers, ears, nose, and, especially, feet and toes to cold and damp, causing the skin to become tender, painful, and intensely itchy. People with sensitive skin or poor circulation are most vulnerable, especially those who smoke (nicotine reduces circulation in the skin).

Ginger and has a yearn record of permit in habitual Chinese and Ayurvedic (Indian) Chinese herbalistsmonly rmend this "hot" herb to investigate conditions involving difficulties with distant including the distant fingers caused by Raynaud's.

Conventional treatment of Raynaud’s will include treatment of the underlying condition (in Secondary Raynaud’s) as well as medications to reduce the frequency of attacks and prevent tissue damage. These medications work mostly on the principle of dilating the blood vessels in order to prevent the symptoms of Raynaud’s. In severe cases surgery on the nerves in the hands and feet may be performed.

To help sort out the problem, you can consider using nutritional compounds to assist with this. Raynaud's disease can be classified as one of two types: primary (or idiopathic) and secondary (also called Raynaud's phenomenon). Raynaud's disease affects a small percentage of Americans. Women are more likely than men are to have the disorder. It's more common in people who live in colder climates. Treatment of Raynaud's disease depends on its severity and the presence or absence of associated conditions. Secondary Raynaud's phenomenon may also be associated with exposure to vibrating tools such as jackhammers, which cause trauma to the hands and wrists. And it may be linked to certain drugs, such as chemotherapy agents, or to chemicals such as vinyl chloride.

If you use birth control pills, you may wish to switch to another method of contraception because these drugs affect your circulation and may make you more prone to attacks.

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3 Comments:

At March 8, 2009 at 1:59 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think anything that makes heat and is warm for the computer user with Raynauds is good.

 
At February 9, 2011 at 6:31 AM , Anonymous wheelchairs said...

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At July 30, 2011 at 12:35 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I never knew what Raynaud's was all about until I came across an internet article in Scotland and found that I have exactly what is written in their and shown on the pictures. I am now glad that I know more about my condition and to know that there is some remedies that I can take cause I have been sufferring for a very long time now. thanks for the wonderful work that you do to broaden people's knowledge. Keep up the good work.

 

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