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Digital Subscriptions > Healthy Magazine > December/January 2017 > WHAT TO DO ABOUT RAYNAUD’S


If your fingers turn white and numb in the cold, then you could have this common condition

MR CONSTANTINOS KYRIAKIDES is a consultant vascular surgeon at BMI The London Independent Hospital and BMI The Blackheath Hospital. He also runs a busy NHS clinic at St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London Hospitals


Although Raynaud’s most commonly occurs in your fingers (and toes), it can affect the ears, nose, and even nipples, too.

When we’re exposed to cold temperatures, extremities, such as our fingers and toes, lose heat. The tiny blood vessels under the skin constrict or spasm and slow down blood supply in order to protect the body’s core temperature.

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